Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Microteaching has for a long time been used as one of the important method for assessing pre-service teachers' competency in pedagogy and content. In the recent publications by Kilic (2010) and Peker (2009), microteaching has been identified as one of the very strong tool to enhance pre-service teachers confidence and skills of teaching. It is possible that most of the teacher training colleges apply the approach in assessing their prospective teachers. It can be interesting to come into contact with these recent publications about microteaching to identify our weaknesses, strengths and improvements needed to make microteching a more interesting approach for students assessment. Just click here to get a publication by Kilic also click here to get a publication by Peker. Peker, tries to describe how microteaching can help to reduce anxiety among pre-service mathematics teachers.