Search results for: Wiens Peter D.
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The Role of the Mentor in Supporting New Teachers: Associations with Self-Efficacy, Reflection, and Quality
The aim of this investigation was to better understand the mentoring component of an induction program and how the variability may relate to multiple novice teacher outcomes such as self-efficacy, reflection, and quality of student–teacher interactions. The findings revealed that novice teachers and mentors viewed this program as an effective support for early career teachers, and attribute the high new teacher retention rate to supports received in it.
Updated: Nov. 02, 2016
This article seeks to understand how teacher preparation makes a difference in classroom instructional quality that leads to student learning. It reviews the research that has been conducted on the fundamental practices of teacher education and how they affect student learning. It shows repeatedly that the link between teacher education programs, effective teachers, and student learning is missing in research on teacher education. The article indicates the complicating factors of making causal connections between teacher education and student learning. It also focuses on research that attempts to link program characteristics to student learning.
Updated: Apr. 13, 2015
Using a Standardized Video-Based Assessment in a University Teacher Education program to Examine Preservice Teachers Knowledge related to Effective Teaching
The purpose of this study was to analyze the implementation of the Video Assessment of Interactions in Learning (VAIL) as a standardized measure of preservice teacher learning. Based on the Classroom Assessment Scoring System, the VAIL measures participants’ ability to identify effective teaching strategies and interactions related to emotional supports, classroom organization, and instructional supports. The data suggest that the VAIL may be a useful tool in examining preservice teacher learning. However, large variability in preservice teachers’ ability to identify effective teaching strategies and behaviors remains unexplained by this model.
Updated: Dec. 02, 2014