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Development of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Commitment To Teach Diverse Student Populations
Assessed Oakland University's elementary-teacher-preparation program to determine aspects of the program that most affected students' preparation to teach in diverse classrooms. Pre- and post-semester surveys of student teachers placed in urban/suburban schools indicated that students learned adequate skills for teaching diverse students, but their attitudes or beliefs about teaching in such settings were not adequately affected. (SM)
Author/Creator: Wiggins, Robert A., Follo, Eric J.
Date Published: Mar-Apr
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Teacher Education
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