Characteristics of Effective Collaborative Practices in a Student Teaching Classroom: Perspectives of University Field Coordinators
Leadership and Learning
College of Education
Collaborative skills are an essential competency identified within the Interstate New Teacher Assessment Standards Consortium (InTASC) standards for teacher preparation. Research is readily available that explores expectations for collaboration from the viewpoint of the cooperating teacher and the student teacher but of the expectations of the university supervisor are less well-documented. This study examines the expectations of the university supervisors regarding how they see collaboration within the student teaching experience. Utilizing InTASC competencies as the investigative framework, this presentation explores three themes incorporating a range of practices that foster effective collaboration.
Traverse City, MI
McCrea, Linda and Busman, Doug Dr., "Characteristics of Effective Collaborative Practices in a Student Teaching Classroom: Perspectives of University Field Coordinators" (2014). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 833.
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