|Types of Field Experience (with Aram deKoven)|
|Varieties of Teaching Situations|
|The Student Teaching Experience|
|Concerns and Personal Goals|
|Reflecting on Field Experiences: Fieldwork Logs|
|What Is Reflective Thinking and Why Is It Desirable?|
|When Should I Write My Logs?|
|What Is the Anatomy of a Log?|
|Criteria for Evaluating Fieldwork Logs|
|What Do You Bring to the Experience?|
|Personal Influences on a Perspective|
|Experience as a Learner|
|Favorite Subject Matter and Topics|
|Experience as a Teacher|
|Contributions of Foundational Studies|
|Six Basic Issues of Teaching|
|Interrelations among the Six Issues|
|Contributions of Methods Courses|
|Theory and Practice|
|Sorting Out Ideas|
|Analysis of Beliefs|
|What Is the Situation Where You Will Teach?|
|The Community and the School|
|The Classroom, Technology, and the Curriculum (with Aram deKoven)|
|The Students (with Aram deKoven)|
|Students in the School|
|Students in the Classroom|
|Students at Risk|
|Diversity in the Classroom|
|The Cooperating Teacher|
|What Have You Learned?|
|The Fieldwork Portfolio (with Laurie Vasily)|
|The Anatomy of a Fieldwork Portfolio|
|Sample Logs and Fieldwork Portfolios|
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