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ArtikelPreparing High-Quality Teachers for Urbanized Schools: A Program Evaluation of a Partnership Model  
Oleh: Masci, Frank J. ; Stotko, Elaine M.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Education And Urban Society vol. 39 no. 1 (Nov. 2006), page 46-68.
Topik: teacher preparation; alternative certification; program evaluation
Fulltext: 46.pdf (120.15KB)
Isi artikelThe Professional Immersion Master of Arts in Teaching (ProMAT) program is a cooperative venture between Johns Hopkins University and Montgomery County (Maryland) Public Schools, a large school district that has experienced increased urbanization. This graduate-level teacher preparation program provides candidates with extensive internship experiences, a high degree of supervisory support, and significant financial assistance. The school district provides tuition assistance in return for a multiyear commitment by candidates to teach in the district. Data from an exit survey indicate candidate satisfaction with the program. A comparison of Praxis II Pedagogy examination scores with state minimum passing scores shows that in two thirds of the ProMAT certification areas, candidates score significantly higher than the state’s required passing scores.
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