Teachers - training of - New York (State) - New York; First year teachers - supervision of - New York (State) - New York; Elementary school teachers - New York (State) - New York; Student teaching
This article presents an experimental training program initiated at Bank Street in 1955. Although Bank Street had been preparing college graduates for teaching in an intensive one-year program, faculty questioned whether they could put more...
Social sciences - Study and teaching; Geography - Study and teaching
A rather weighty article which follows Lucy Sprague Mitchell as she muses upon the meaning of each of the title words separately and then together -- all along providing insight into how children learn best -- by doing.
Long Trip; Photograph collections; Field work (Educational method); Experiential learning; Bank Street College of Education; New York. Bureau of Educational Experiments; Mills and mill-work--West Virginia
Caption on verso: "Drying kiln at saw-mill, West Va., May 1936"
Claudia Lewis shares with the reader the delightful and surprising ways in which her class of four and five-year-olds describe the world around them. They refreshingly bypass grown-up cliches with their own version of description: "Easy as drinking...
Long Trip; Photograph collections; Experiential learning; Field work (Educational method); Cumberland Gap National Historical Park; Bank Street College of Education; New York. Bureau of Educational Experiments
Caption reads: "Oh, beautiful for spacious skies - Up the Boone Trail to the Cumberland Gap." Bank Street students walking along the roadside near the Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail.