Student Teachers in School Practice: An Analysis of Learning Opportunities by Alaster Scott Douglas

Alaster Scott Douglas

I (Clare) thought Alaster Scott Douglas’ recently published text, Student Teachers in School Practice: An Analysis of Learning Opportunities, might be of interest to those of you involved in teacher education. Douglas is the Assistant Director of Education and Reader in Education and Professional Practice at the University of Roehampton. He has written a book thatexamines student teacher learning during school teaching practices. The book includes a number of case studies that illustrate how learning opportunities for students are very different. Click on the link for more information about the text. Alaster Douglas Flier_STUDENT TEACHERS IN SCHOOL PRACTICE US
Congratulations Alaster on the publication of this important text. For all of us involved in teacher education we know how complex student/practice teaching can be and it is an area that warrants much more research. This text promises to add to our understanding of a critical yet often misunderstood aspect of teacher credential programs.  Clare

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One thought on “Student Teachers in School Practice: An Analysis of Learning Opportunities by Alaster Scott Douglas

  1. Thanks for the tip of reading, Clare. I have already ordered the book that can answer several of my questions associated with practicum in Brazil.
    We have to congratulate and support this kind of research that point to this important issue that contribute to built the teacher’s craft in social processes in school settings!

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