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exploration into the effects of teacher self-concept on perception of pupils

T. L. Ashton-Jennings

exploration into the effects of teacher self-concept on perception of pupils

by T. L. Ashton-Jennings

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.) - University of Warwick, 1988.

StatementT.L. Ashton-Jennings.
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Open LibraryOL13922449M

Exploring the Effect of Teaching Methods on Students’ Learning of School Informatics Said Hadjerrouit University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway [email protected] Abstract School informatics is a relatively new subject in comparison with mathematics. As a result, there is much less research in informatics Size: KB. Teacher Perception of Barriers and Benefits in K Technology Usage Associate Professor Dr. Lin B. Carver, Ph. D. teacher perception of importance for evaluating information online was , but the mean frequency of the integration of technology into .

teacher and also make the stated objectives achievable. As a result of this, the study on the comparative study of some teaching methods and its effects on the academic performance of pupils in nursery and primary schools worth pursuing. It is hoped that the results of this study will provide evidence as to the nature of two basicFile Size: KB. The effects of a teacher program in self-concept enhancement on pupils* self-concept, anxiety, and intellectual achievement responsibility. Journal of Educational Research, , 6j6. Felsenthal, H. Pupil sex as a variable in teacher perception of classroom behavior.

  This study focuses on the assessment of students' (N=) versus their teachers' (N=8) self-perception of the latter's personal style (PS) in the context of science and mathematics teaching in college; it uses the Personal Style Questionnaire and structured interviews for this purpose. The teacher's preferred (the ideal) and the actual personal style profiles thus obtained indicate that there Cited by: been added over the past 18 years provide a fascinating glimpse into the birth and growth of the science of psychology, and into the insights we have acquired into the complexities of human nature. Many studies of human behavior have made remarkable and lasting im­ pacts on the various disciplines that comprise the vast field of psychology.


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Exploration into the effects of teacher self-concept on perception of pupils by T. L. Ashton-Jennings Download PDF EPUB FB2

No significant relationships exist between teacher self-concept and pupil reading achievement when pupils are identified on the basis of assignment in first and second grades to teachers manifesting varying degrees of discrepancy between self-concept and ideal self-conceptAuthor: Janice Wirth Dimick.

An Exploration of How The Beliefs and Self-Perceptions of Early Childhood Teachers Influence Their Classroom Practice by Margaret C. Chin Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Education In the School of Education University of Sheffield July, Supervisor: Professor Elizabeth Wood.

The impact of literature education on students' perceptions of self and others: Exploring personal and social learning experiences in relation to teacher approach. The study indicated that student’s perception and teachers’ perception of classroom learning environment has an effect on the students’ academic achievement.

INTRODUCTION Physics is the study of matter and energy and how they affect each other. It is also referred to as the study of natural phenomena in its fundamental state. An exploration into the reading lives of a class of year 9 pupils, English in Education, DOI: / To link to this article: g// Book Description: This book focuses on current trends, potential challenges and further developments of teacher education and professional development from a theoretical, empirical and practical point of view.

It intends to provide valuable and fresh insights from research studies and examples of best practices from Europe and all over the world. Dutta and Talukdar () [19] reported that majority of the students with vision impairment obtained low scores on all dimensions of self-concept, namely physical, moral, personal, family, social.

seems to have an effect on the students’ self-concept. It is against this background that the study attempted to establish whether there is a relationship between teachers’ labelling of students and the students’ level of self–concept among secondary school File Size: 53KB.

The Social Impacts of Inclusion on Pupils with SEN and their Mainstream Peers Research Report (RESA) PI: Dr Elias Avramidis, University of Exeter Background Inclusive education is believed to be an effective form of education (UNESCO, ) for pupils with SEN, with positive effects on their social development due toFile Size: KB.

As a teacher, you can model the steps involved in problem solving by using both spontaneous activities (such as the sandbox event) and planned explorations. The following outdoor experiences help illustrate how you can turn children's curiosity about ants eating a cracker on the sidewalk, or about seeds, into problem-solving activities.

THE EFFECT OF TEACHER ATTITUDE, EXPERIENCE, AND BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE ON THE USE OF INQUIRY METHOD TEACHING IN THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM ABSTRACT Relatively recent research conducted in the area of science teaching, such as that done by Cole & Beuhner-Brent inhas indicated that currentFile Size: KB.

Of the existing research that does explore these perceptions, it is often the views of professionals in these settings that are taken into account, rather than of the pupils and primary caregivers.

Moreover, teacher education students’ perceived roles as teachers might be transferred into the images of a good teacher and induce themselves to match the images with self-concepts of a qualified teacher, to carefully choose the occupation, and to comment on their choices (Ben-Peretz, Mendelson, & Kron, ).

A student’s self-concept is File Size: KB. Davis & Sullivan, ; Hardre et al., ), teachers’ perceptions of students’ WTC and their expectations may have an impact on interaction strategies and also serve as predictive precursors of change in teachers’ differential treatment of students in tapping into their willingness to communicate.

As some research in EFL puts the use of Cited by: 7. Regarding the importance of adjustment in improving learning and adaptive behaviours of students, this study has been done to investigate the effect of two types of teaching style, i.e.

teacher – oriented and learner – oriented ones on adjustment of students in three emotional, social and educational domains teachers and students in fifth grade were selected by multi-stage cluster Cited by: This study investigates the perceptions of Saudi Arabian primary school teachers in Years 4, 5 and 6 and discusses the effects of class size on teaching.

The data comes from 30 teachers who teach small classes in two private schools, and 37 who teach large classes in two state schools in Alhafouf, Saudi Arabia. The study.

A study of the correlation between student teacher self-concept and the fostering of pupil autonomy in the classroom. Huggins, Kenneth Bruce, "A study of the correlation between student teacher self-concept and the fostering of pupil autonomy in the classroom." ().

strumentsurveyedpupilsinAuthor: Kenneth Bruce Huggins. Research on teacher variables has revealed that attitudes were related to self-perceptions of competence, educational preparation, and experience in teaching students with disabilities (Rizzo & Vispoel, ).

Specifically, teachers’ attitudes toward inclusion were more likely to be favorable if. Teachers' Perceptions of Inclusive Education and its Implication for Adult Education in the Bahamas. Norrisa Newton,Janelle Cambridge,Yvonne Hunter-Johnson, PhD The College of the Bahamas Keywords: Inclusive Education, Adult Education and Bahamas.

Abstract: Despite the paradigm shift globally regarding the adoption of inclusiveAuthor: Norrisa Newton, Janelle Carbridg, Yvonne Hunter-Johnson.

Self-concept and teachers professional roles * despite the recognized effects of positiv e self-concept on. an exploration into HE in FE teacher self-concept.

Article. The Effects of Attitudes, Pedagogical Practices and Teachers' Roles on the Incorporation of ICT into the School Curriculum Margaret Cox King's College London, Franklin-Wilkins Building, Stamford St, London SEl 9NN. @ Abstract: Research conducted at King's College into the attitudes of teachers towardsCited by: 6.perceptions for school, teachers, and themselves as learners and the attendance Table Means, standard deviations, F value, probability for student perceptions of their teachers, school, and self using grade point average categories Page 37 39 41 43 53 57 68 70 75 76 77 Gadin & Hammarstrom () analyzed the effects of psycho-social factors on pupils’ health and self worth from a longitudinal perspective.

They found that a negative development of psycho-social factors at school was associated with poorer health and self worth among Size: KB.