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Comparing Pre-Service Teachers' Attitudes toward Diversity: Internship and Student Teaching Experiences
This study used qualitative and quantitative methodology to ascertain preservice teachers' attitudes toward multiculturalism and diversity and determine how they viewed their student teaching and internship experiences with respect to issues of diversity. The 46 participating student teachers completed a cultural inventory in the spring of 1998 and then again in the fall of 1998 (after 3 months of student teaching).
Author/Creator: Agnello, Mary Frances, Mittag, Kathleen Cage
Date Published: 01-00
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Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southwest Educational Research Association (San Antonio, TX, January 21-23, 1999).
143 Reports--Research; 150 Speeches/Meeting Papers
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