NEW YORK, April 15, 2020 (Newswire.com) - R. A. Blahus, PhD, an assistant professor of education at Shippensburg University, has completed her most recent book “Becoming an Intentional Cooperating Teacher”: a gripping and potent compendium that discusses the nature and work of a cooperating teacher and how their passion impacts the future of education.
Blahus writes, “The role of the cooperating teacher is challenging and can be overwhelming, especially if there is no official training regarding supervision techniques. ‘Becoming an Intentional Cooperating Teacher’ uses research combined with actual experience as a framework for working mindfully as a mentor. Beginning at preparing for the student teacher through the final evaluation and letter of recommendation, practical suggestions will support the cooperating teacher through every stage of assisting the next generation of educators.”
Published by Fulton Books, R. A. Blahus, PhD’s book provides guidelines and perspectives that lead to the understanding of mentoring and directing tasks of cooperating teachers in a clinical setting.
This book also enlightens readers by defining the purpose of cooperating teachers as professionals who impart support and counsel to student teaching interns.
Readers who wish to experience this relevant work can purchase “Becoming an Intentional Cooperating Teacher” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books