Clinically Based Models of Teacher Preparation
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Dietrich, S., Hulan, N., Kirby, G., & Evans, S. (2016). Clinically Based Models of Teacher Preparation. Educational Renaissance, 4(1), 19-26. https://doi.org/10.33499/edren.v4i1.84

Abstract

A teacher preparation institution critically reviewed current programs and began moving toward a clinically based model. One focuses on Middle Grades/Secondary Math and Science, another focuses on Secondary English Language Arts, and a pilot project focuses on Elementary with a minor in either English/Language Arts or STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

Keywords: teacher education, clinical practice, and clinical teacher preparation

 

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