Student Teachers’ Perceptions about the Teaching Practice Supervisors’ role in developing their Instructional Practices

Shahinaz Eissa, Raed Rbu-latifeh

Abstract


The study aimed at exploring Student Teachers' Perceptions about the Teaching Practice Supervisors' role in developing their instructional practices at the University of Jordan. The sample of this study consisted of (79) students, (40) of them were specialized in Classroom Teacher Education and (39) in Childhood Education. Data was collected using a 39- item questionnaire covering four fields: instructional planning, instructional performance, classroom management and instructional evaluation. The findings of this study indicated a strong effect of the teaching practice supervisors' role. Besides, there were no significant statistical differences in the mean scores of student teachers' perceptions due to gender and interaction between gender and specialization. However, there was a significant statistical difference due to specialization.


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Psychological Studies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jeps.vol3iss2pp89-106

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