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practice teacher


prac′tice-teach′ v.
practice teaching n.

stu′dent teach′er


n.
a person studying to be a teacher who does closely supervised teaching in an elementary or secondary school.
Also called intern, practice teacher.
stu′dent teach′ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.practice teacher - a college student who is teaching under the supervision of a certified teacher in order to qualify for a degree in educationpractice teacher - a college student who is teaching under the supervision of a certified teacher in order to qualify for a degree in education
college student, university student - a student enrolled in a college or university
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practice teacher

n (US Sch) → Referendar(in) m(f)
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This prestigious award recognises a practice s approach to patient health and wellbeing, exemplary service and quality of care provided to patients, health promotion initiatives and the practice s involvement in general practice teaching.
The relative theory includes higher vocational education management theory, practice teaching theory and project management theory [2].
Pre-service teachers experience a gap between the realities of teaching and on-campus courses which becomes evident from the first practice teaching session undertaken by pre-service teachers (Allen & Peach, 2007, p.
The four-week intensive course in the beautiful city of Prague incorporates practical methodology, grammar skills, interview skills, public speaking skills and the opportunity to practice teaching Czech students.
The award was open to all qualified social workers in Wales who have been involved in mentoring and supervising students and was presented to Dan for the contribution he makes to the education and development of practice teaching.
To meet the NCATE standards, some of the things SQU will need to do are increase the amount of practice teaching the students do and ensure they have physical skills and knowledge of different sports, Lund said.
Her teaching career spans more than 25 years and after joining the School of Health as a community care lecturer, she has since been involved in practice teaching in the NHS and practice management for adult nursing.
Separate chapters on reading, writing, math, science, and social studies demonstrate best practice teaching across the curriculum.
Focused on building expertise in best practice teaching methodologies and techniques, participants will also engage in a host university-organized two-week internship at a local secondary school.
London school nurse team leader Margaret Haughton-James stated: 'In order for a band-6 school nurse team leader to become a band 7, they would have to undergo a school nurse practice teaching course.
They are founded on the idea that the only way to learn to teach well is to practice teaching in a real school setting.
When asked to convey his account of the observation experience during practice teaching, in the context of a university teacher training program in Israel, Sandy, a first year student teacher (teacher candidate), wrote the following entry in his portfolio: