Mentoring Student Teachers And Interns: Strategies For Engaging, Relating, Supporting, And Challenging Future Educators by Lawrence LymanMentoring Student Teachers And Interns: Strategies For Engaging, Relating, Supporting, And Challenging Future Educators by Lawrence Lyman

Mentoring Student Teachers And Interns: Strategies For Engaging, Relating, Supporting, And…

byLawrence Lyman, Harvey C. Foyle, Michael A. Morehead

Paperback | May 2, 2017

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Mentoring Student Teachers and Interns: Strategies for Engaging, Relating, Supporting, and Challenging Future Educators is an interactive how-to guide for teacher preparation professionals who are charged with the supervision and mentoring of student teachers and interns. Written for both seasoned teacher educators and those new to teacher education, the book provides research-based, best practices for clinical supervision.
Lawrence Lyman is Professor of Elementary Education at Emporia State University where he serves as co-director of the Professional Development School program and facilitates mentor teacher training. He has served as an elementary school teacher, elementary principal, and university department chairperson. Harvey C. Foyle is Profess...
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Title:Mentoring Student Teachers And Interns: Strategies For Engaging, Relating, Supporting, And…Format:PaperbackDimensions:182 pages, 9.12 × 5.82 × 0.57 inPublished:May 2, 2017Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield PublishersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1475833709

ISBN - 13:9781475833706

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Table of Contents

ForewordAcknowledgmentsIntroduction Chapter 1 - Creating and Sustaining Productive Partnerships Chapter 2 - Building Positive Relationships Chapter 3 - Student Teaching Program Assessment and AccountabilityChapter 4 - Planning and Sequencing Chapter 5 - Supervising the Intern Chapter 6 - Helping Interns Succeed in Diverse Classrooms Chapter 7 - The Struggling Intern Chapter 8 - The Excellent Intern Chapter 9 - The Principal's RoleChapter 10 - Training New Mentors and University SupervisoAppendix A - Answers to Video ActivitiesAppendix B - Observable Instructional Behaviors to ReinforceAppendix C - Professional Development School AgreementAppendix D - Intern Improvement ContractSelected BibliographyAbout the Authors

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Mentoring Student Teachers and Interns:  Strategies for Engaging, Relating, Supporting, and Challenging Future Educators is a very useful instrument that can provide teacher preparation programs a development model needed to prepare successful Mentor Teachers. It is also beneficial to school districts and could also assist with mentoring frameworks to build stronger communication pathways when working with the classroom intern.  Materials in this book have been used successfully with our Mentor Teacher training program since 2002.