This complete, hands-on guide to classroom observations is specifically designed for use by teacher education students prior to their student teaching. The workbook provides detailed guides for observing the dynamics of the classroom, participating with the classroom teacher, and then reflecting on the experience. It also includes more than 50 practical blank forms that cover all aspects of observation, participation, and reflection, from the structured observation of a lesson to a checklist for determining teaching styles to reflections on small-group teaching.
Part I: UNDERSTANDING FIELDWORK
Chapter 1: The Importance of Fieldwork
Part II: OBSERVING IN THE SCHOOLS
Chapter 2: Observing Teachers
Chapter 3: Observing Classrooms, Schools, and Curriculum
Chapter 4: Observing Students
Part III: DEVELOPING SUCCESSFUL TEACHING SKILLS
Chapter 5: Participation: Preteaching and Planning
Chapter 6: Teaching
Part IV: THE PORTFOLIO
Chapter 7: Keeping a Portfolio
Part V: FORMS
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