Student Teaching Reform (pp. 55--57)


  • Zach Thornton


The author explores problems inherent in popular models of student teaching along with poten-tial solutions that better address the needs of candidates, cooperating teachers, and university supervisors.


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How to Cite

Thornton, Z. (2020). Student Teaching Reform (pp. 55--57). Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, 84(1). Retrieved from