Student Teacher Telephone Conferencing with Satellite Maps as a Monitoring Device
J M. Kirman, J Goldberg
Alberta Journal of Educational Research Volume 25, Number 4,
According to cooperating teachers and a controlled evaluation, student teachers who were supervised by telephone conferencing did not demonstrate a lesser degree of teaching effectiveness, but they were not satisfied with the supervision procedure. Telephone conferencing would allow faculty to supervise a larger number of students from a central location. (SB)
Kirman, J.M. & Goldberg, J. (1979). Student Teacher Telephone Conferencing with Satellite Maps as a Monitoring Device. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 25(4), 275. Retrieved March 23, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/133463/.
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