This casebook focuses on real-life field experiences about the unique problems and issues that student teachers face. These teaching cases, written by student teachers themselves about actual dilemmas they confronted during their internships, are an ideal mechanism to enable beginning teachers to learn how to analyze and to reflect on their own practice. The cases offer students the opportunity to construct their own understanding, to work at their own level, to have choices in the curriculum, and to be active participants in their own learning. The book supports a constructivist approach, but since the cases are open-ended, it can be used with a variety of approaches.
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