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Teaching as a clinical practice profession : research on clinical practice and experience in teacher preparation / edited by Patrick M. Jenlink.

Publication:
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2021]
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Book
xvi, 209 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
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Subjects:
Student teaching.
Student teachers.
First year teachers.
Summary:
"Teaching as a Clinical Practice Profession: Research on Clinical Practice and Experience in Teacher Preparation introduces the reader to a collection of thoughtful research-based works by authors that represent current clinical-based teacher preparation programs. What we know is that excellent teaching is a clinical skill and that exemplary teacher education provides for clinical education in a clinical setting. Important to teacher preparation, as a clinical practice profession, is a realization that strong clinical preparation of teachers is a key factor in their students' success. Chapter One opens the book with a focus on teaching as a clinical practice profession, providing the reader with an introduction to the book and an understanding of the growing importance of clinical practice in teacher preparation. The authors of Chapters Two-Ten present field-based research that examines the important role of clinical practice in teacher preparation. Each chapter offers the reader an examination of clinical practice and field-based experience in teacher preparation based on formal research that provides the reader with insight into how the research study was conducted, and equally important, the findings and conclusions drawn with respect to clinical practice and teacher preparation. Finally, Chapter Eleven presents an epilogue that focuses on the future of clinical practice and its growing importance in teacher preparation"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents:
Preface
Acknowledgments
Teaching as a clinical practice profession / Patrick M. Jenlink
Preservice english teachers' perceptions about early field experiences : value, benefits, and challenges / Leilya Pitre
Differing approaches to teacher preparation : perceptions of collaboration in the field / Natalie B. Tye and Sandy Hutchinson
The perfection trap : the influence of 'perfectionism' upon pre-service and early career teachers / Ai Kamei and Eden Haywood-Bird
Exploring the democratic development of teacher candidates : mentor teacher perceptions of facilitating spaces in the clinical model / Michael Hess, Charles Lowery, Sara L. Hartman, Christopher Kennedy, Marcy Keifer-Kennedy, Ann Kaufman, and Madison Paige McClain
The wicked problem of clinical placement selection and preparing teacher candidates for diverse classrooms / Kendra Hearn and Kevin Hankinson
Measuring the effects of a merged, dual-certification program in elementary and special education on preservice teachers' sentiments, attitudes, and concerns about inclusive education and efficacy to implement inclusive practices : a comparative sudy / Miriam G. Lipsky and Andrea Adelman
Community-based fieldwork as clinical practice : re-envisioning the relationship between curriculum, teachers, and learners / Heidi L. Hallman and Melanie N. Burdick
Statewide perspectives on developing and sustaining partnerships for clinical experiences in teaching / Vincent Connelly, Laura Wasielewski, Megan L. Birch, and Stephen J. Bigaj
"What else can we do?": teacher preparation programs as fields of epistemological community transformations / Carmen Ocón
Epilogue : considerations for the future of clinical practice in teacher preparation / Patrick M. Jenlink.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Jenlink, Patrick M., editor.
Other format:
Online version: Teaching as a clinical practice profession
ISBN:
9781475857696
1475857691
9781475857702
1475857705
9781475857719
OCLC:
1199056587