Search results for: Gurvitch Rachel
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The Effects of Laboratory-based and Field-based Practicum Experience on Pre-service Teachers' Self-Efficacy
The goal of this study was to explore the effect of Laboratory-Based (LB) and Field-Based (FB) practicum experience on pre-service teachers' efficacy levels within one Physical Education Teacher Education program. 59 undergraduate students participated in the program. The participants were placed into two groups, LB design and FB design. Both groups were administered a version of the Teacher Efficacy Scale (TES) adapted for physical education teachers at four stages of their preservice program.
Updated: Mar. 31, 2009
The purpose of the paper is to investigate proteges' perspectives on their mentoring relationships within doctoral programs. The authors employ an autoethnographic approach to research writing. They share their journey after having studied the mentoring relationships within their own doctoral programs. The paper provides implications for practice for proteges and mentors, as well as future research directions
Updated: Jan. 28, 2009
The article examined preserive teachers' successful video sketches. They were also interested how the participants wrote reflections, as a result of creating these sketches. Results showed that participants focused on video vignettes about themselves, and on technical aspects of teaching.
Updated: Oct. 29, 2008