Pre-service Teacher Field Experience Reflections: A Qualitative Case Study on Attitudes toward Control, Behavior, Students and Self
The impetus arose to understand the thinking of pre-service teachers as they navigate between the student-centered and teacher-centered approaches to their practice. Further, a better understanding of how pre-service teacher attitudes stressors in their teaching practice and their students and classroom management in general is necessary in order to design better approaches to improving pre-service teacher practice and combat poor teaching practices.
Copyright © 2017 Georgia Association to Teacher Education. This article first appeared in GATEways to Teacher Education 28: (October 2017), 24-34.
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Spires, R., Paine, D & Cox, J. T. “Pre-service Teacher Field Experience Reflections: A Qualitative Case Study on Attitudes toward Control, Behavior, Students and Self.” GATEways to Teacher Education, 28:1 (October 2017): 24-34.