Title

Contextual Responsiveness in Administrative Internships

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Spring 2001

Abstract

"Tucker and Grogan argue that real and daunting environmental constraints make it difficult to create ideal field experiences. In response, they argue for individually crafted internships that maximize the benefits of the internship and yet are responsive to student needs and the shifting demands of cooperating school systems, and they share with their readers three ways that such individually crafted internships might be organized."

Comments

This article was originally published in UCEA Review, volume XLII, issue 2, in 2001.

Dr. Grogan's address begins on page 9.

Copyright

University Council for Educational Administration