Teacher Education Faculty Publications

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-1993

Publication Source

Reading Horizons

Abstract

The theme of this issue of Reading Horizons is exemplary practice, and as I recall, several of the sessions from the annual conference of the International Reading Association it becomes clear how central the concept of teacher as professional is to exemplary practice. One session in particular — Teacher Preparation and Staff Development: Lessons from New Zealand — presented by Debra Elliot and colleagues provided some food for thought in considering the teacher as professional. In discussing current models of student teaching, which is of course a critical component to the development of the teacher as professional, Stephanie Steffey from San Jose State University prompted our thinking through a series of questions about our own teacher preparation experience.

Inclusive pages

449-450

ISBN/ISSN

0034-0502

Document Version

Published Version

Comments

Reading Horizons is an open-access journal published by Western Michigan University.

Publisher

Western Michigan University

Volume

33

Issue

5