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Twelve teachers and their effects on students.

Roy Coulter Bryan

Twelve teachers and their effects on students.

by Roy Coulter Bryan

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Published by School of Graduate Studies, Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo .
Written in English

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  • Teachers -- Rating of.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSchool of Graduate Studies, Western Michigan University. Faculty contributions, ser. 4,, no. 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB5 .M56 ser. 4, no. 4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination75 p.
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5815370M
    LC Control Number60063124
    OCLC/WorldCa3457981

      The recipient of the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) National Teacher of the Year Award, Shanna Peeples, recently spoke about the importance of teachers believing in their Author: Seth Gershenson. Technology and Education Reform: Technical Research Report - August Effects on Teachers In discussing evidence of technology's role in supporting aspects of our education reform model in Chapter 8, we described the most significant effects of technology on teachers' classroom behaviors as they directly impact students' learning experiences-increased likelihood of assigning complex.

    education, teacher-student ratio, presence of trained teacher in school, sex of student and distance of school are also affected the performance of the students. (Raychauduri et al., ) Kernan, Bogart & Wheat (), academic success of graduate student will be enhanced if the optimal health related barriers are low. There is negative.   Example 1: A teacher is using a book in the class, each student has a copy. If a book is used as a course prescribed resource, it is an instructional material. If the book is a student engagement activity (reading and discussing a story to build vocabulary) and isn’t a part of the syllabus, it would function as a teaching aid.

    ). Shan () investigated the introduction of tablets to the school system and their impact on students with various levels of ability, and found that the tablet enables the weaker students to hear the texts at their own pace without feeling insecure or embarrassed at having to ask the teacher to review the material. Moreover, the. I find that upper-elementary teachers have large effects on a range of students’ attitudes and behaviors in addition to their academic performance. These teacher effect estimates have moderate to strong predictive validity. Further, student outcomes are predicted by teaching practices most proximal to these measures (e.g., between teachers’.


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