Classroom teachers participate in many university teacher education programs as partners in the education of teacher candidates. The Mentor Teacher project was initiated in 2003 to allow teachers a voice in the school internship or student teaching process. This study investigated the strengths and weaknesses of the program through individual interviews and open-ended surveys. The program was perceived as very successful by the Mentor Teachers as they moved into a new level in their profession.
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Sullivan, M. (2010). Taking the Lead Role in Intern Supervision: The Mentor Teacher Intern Project. Perspectives In Learning, 11 (1). Retrieved from http://csuepress.columbusstate.edu/pil/vol11/iss1/11