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Student Teaching: Theory And Experience
|Title:||Student Teaching: Theory And Experience|
|Contributors:||Stueber, Ralph (advisor)|
|Date Issued:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Success in the democratic society such as that existing in America depends greatly upon an enlightened and informed citizenry who can adequately participate in the formulating of the many principles around which that society functions. In order to produce this citizenry, the society, the democratic state, and those subjects deemed necessary for the proper development of the young to their children. In these early days, the general consensus was that anyone could teach; thus we hind that many of the very early teachers were just respected citizens with some education, or just an obliging citizen with time to spare. This were not educated; much less did they know the principles of teaching. There was education of the young, but no professional education for those who were to educate the young.|
|Pages/Duration:||iv, 49 pages|
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