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Kindergarten teachers` needs for educational practice supervisors :Focusing on field teachers who experienced supervision
Park, Ji-Sun;
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 Abstract
This study aimed to explore the supervisors` qualification and roles and to analyze the possible policy directions related to supervision for the efficient educational practice aid. 6 field teachers who experienced educational practice aid, participated in the in-depth interviews from April to May 2015. The participants reported that 5 field career and PhD qualification were needed for supervisors. Also, supervisors were expected to be `relationship-oriented counselors` who were comfortable and tried to keep secrets. The participants felt the needs for a policy of educational practice aid, supervising and for this, financial matter and clear role description should be solved out.
 Keywords
educational practice aid;field teachers;supervisors;
 Language
Korean
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