A Comparison of Two Types of Early Field Experiences
Compares the impact of two types of early field experiences on prospective teachers' attitudes, beliefs, and dialect-speaking elementary school children. Assesses student teachers' perceived helpfulness of field-based experiences, theoretical orientation for reading instruction, and attitudes toward dialect speakers. Advocates an immersion-type experience which provides diverse experiences for prospective teachers. (MM)
Citation / Publisher Attribution
Reading Improvement, v. 26, issue 3, p. 254-265
Scholar Commons Citation
Gipe, Joan P.; Duffy, C.; and Richards, Janet, "A Comparison of Two Types of Early Field Experiences" (1989). Teaching and Learning Faculty Publications. 559.