A Follow-up Study of Three Cohorts of IUB Teacher Education Graduates. Prepared in partial implementation of the Unit Assessment System (UAS). Charge and Purpose. IU has not studied the impressions of its teacher education alumni regarding their preparation to teach.
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Prepared in partial implementation of the Unit Assessment System (UAS)
For each of these, student teachers considered themselves well-prepared as undergraduates, but much less so now as experienced teachers.
Data collected from call-back interviews to 40 telephone survey respondents.
“How prepared do you think you were in relation to other beginning teachers you see?”
4) Increase attention on classroom management and student behavior issues.
5) Continue with training that addresses state standards, an area that graduates consider a primary teaching challenge.
6) Seek ways to support students in their transition to professional teaching, including certification tests, job searches, and how to work with school administrators.
7) Consider that 30% of teacher education graduates live and teach outside of Indiana.
8) Enhance efforts to connect theory and practice, with a focus on authentic cases and application of ideas.