student teacher

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student teacher

A college student pursuing a degree in education who teaches in a classroom under the supervision of an experienced, certified teacher. Also called practice teacher.

student teaching n.

student teacher

(Education) a person who is teaching in a school for a limited period under supervision as part of a course to qualify as a teacher

stu′dent teach′er

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.
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Noun1.student teacher - a college student who is teaching under the supervision of a certified teacher in order to qualify for a degree in educationstudent 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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To adequately address learning and program outcomes, we utilized an action research methodology for evaluation of the student teacher program for continuous improvement.
The focus of this article is to codify specific cooperating teacher behaviors that were identified repeatedly in the data set as contributing value to student teacher development.
Perhaps the visually impaired student teacher feels like a pioneer who must persist in the journey just because others wondered if he or she could really achieve what he or she set out to do.
They were asked why they had decided to take on their mentoring role and about the benefits they and their students gained from having a student teacher in the classroom.
The audience for the book includes teacher educators, student teachers, student teacher supervisors, and program coordinators.
The assessment coaches were directed to facilitate student teacher understanding of the student-centered assessment model, and help student teachers implement student-centered assessment strategies in their lessons and activities.
Before implementing reforms, our university used a triad model of student teacher supervision in the field experience.
In the new model the idea is the mutual learning between mentor and student teachers as an essential element for both the growth of the student teacher and the professional development of the mentor teacher.
Praisner (2003) advocated in-service training related to students with disabilities in general, and Pace (2003) found professional development seminars effective in increasing awareness about students with disabilities among regular education student teacher supervisors.
Precisely because the primary motivation for student teachers as servant-leaders is a deep desire to help students experience self-growth, the student teacher rejoices in the achievements of one's students.
We have just received a request from State University to place a Student Teacher in health and physical education next fall.
Today, as a student teacher supervisor, I see few genuine mentoring relationships develop between student teachers and randomly assigned mentors.

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