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student teacher supervision

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2 Feb 1997 15:49:28 -0000

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Hi, I am currently beginning my professional semester and was very
interested in the ongoing conversation about how to go about dealing with a
student teacher and their inappropriate dress and/or odor. I believe
strongly that it is the cooperating teacher's right and obligation to inform
the student teacher of anything considered inappropriate within the school
district. Although I do not smoke, I feel that their are many smokers who
do not realize how strong and distracting their odor is and that it can even
make co-workers and students sick. Therefore, I feel it is a very important
part of being a supervising teacher to let us student teachers know what is
expected of us. I know there are many other student teachers who are
currently subscribed to this also and would be interested to hear their take
on the subject. Well, I just thought I would give the point of view from
someone in the the hot seat. Hope it helps, let me know!! -Rebecca
Potsdam, NY

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