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Student teachers getting a boost - Bowling Green Daily News: Local

EDUCATION Student teachers getting a boost

WKU, high schools work on pilot project

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Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2013 1:00 am

Western Kentucky University has gone back to high school to build a better teacher.

Realizing that the traditional student teaching model isn’t as effective as it needs to be, WKU, Bowling Green High School and Franklin-Simpson High School are collaborating on a new approach to the instruction. With funding from the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education last year, the Clinical Experiences and Practices in Teaching (CEPT) program is now well underway.

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