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Presents an experimental training program initiated at Bank Street in 1955. Although Bank Street had been preparing college graduates for teaching in an intensive one-year program, faculty questioned whether they could put more teachers into elementary classrooms sooner, for they felt the societal pressures of a growing teacher shortage and questioning of the need for teacher education at all. What follows is a description of the experimental training program in which novice students without teaching experience enter Bank Street in the fall semester, and emerge in the spring carrying full teaching responsibility. The key component? Advisement.
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teacher supervision, Bank Street College of Education, student teachers, in-service training
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Lewis, C., & Winsor, C. B. (2015). Supervising the Beginning Teacher (1959). Bank Street College of Education. Retrieved from http://educate.bankstreet.edu/thinkers/5
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