BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
In the world today, teacher’s education remaining a thing of focus, because of its role in national development through political economical and social development to meet societal needs. That is the reason of the value of instrument depends to a large extent on the quality of a professional training of teachers. Hence an enviable opportunity to acquire competence needed for effective teaching in the area of imparting knowledge, helping those being taught to become more aware of their talents, power and how to use them and so on.
Similarly, in teacher education, adequate preparation of the student’s teacher for his task is very important for his/her success in field of experience such field experience is a core aspect in the training of teachers and often referred to as teaching practice. In Nigeria, students teacher here often adopt practice from experience teachers, which are not in line with the demands of current educational objective. The mistakes of current educational objective. The mistakes have contributed to the failure of many teachers in the classroom while pupils too become dropouts. The overall effect for their professional calling is the falling standard in education of our country. Hence, teaching practice is essentially that which come into existence in the 19th century. Its roots grew over the years to assure on indispensable and distinct competent of teachers training program met any level. It is a requirement that have its blue prints in Nigeria National Policy of Education (1998) the third competent of teacher education curriculum similarly, in the college of education, Ikere ekiti, ekiti state teaching practice is taken as a core course of the curriculum and instruction what lasted 10-15 weeks supervised teaching practice it began without credit load or unit attached to it and as merely a requirement to graduates in education. But now, teaching practice is weighed to carry a total of 6 credits for students in college of Education in their final year.
Consequently, the scheme is been geared as a launching pad for the emergence of a corps of highly dedicated, devoted and capable teachers who are highly predisposed to innovation as well as purposeful pattern of teaching. This imperative for quantitative and sound supervision. However, supervision entails the cooperate efforts of coordinating the students teachers, the principal and all members of staff of the cooperating school (i.e. school where teaching practice exercise is done) including the college of education, the external supervisors and the students teachers. Inspite of these various hands in the scheme, students teacher often come out complaining of one form of abnormality or the other on the supervision exercises and supervision seems very vogue to reckon with. It becomes necessary to investigate the student’s teacher perception on the quality of teaching practice supervision among teachers.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Teaching practice was introduced like other practical experiences in fulfillment of the certificate requirement of the teacher to be. It is an experience every education students in the college of education must undergo it was in view of the importance and necessary of teaching practice that the need for a well programmed vitally well pattern follow to achieve meaningful success. However, with the crop of grounding and graduating teachers being varied in the scheme of professional growth, teachers education proficiency and performance coupled with the decreasing standard of teacher education product performance as well as the falling standard of education, the learning problems seem burdensome to resolve. Even those in teaching practice their ordeal in performance create worry over what ought to be and how it was done. Similarly the series of flush resulting from improper coordination. Thus these variation in assessing teacher during teaching practice. This will however, creates desire to study the students teacher perception of the quality of teaching practices supervision. To ascertain the effectiveness of supervision, the following are being tested.
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