A comparison of science and mathematics teachers’ interpersonal behaviour with teachers of other subjects.

P.J. Brok, den, R. Taconis, D. Fisher

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    The differences in teacher interpersonal behavior between science classes and other subject classes in secondary education are investigated using the Questionnaire on Teacher Interaction (QTI). Multilevel analysis of variance was used on an existing Dutch data set containing 44,353 students and 605 teachers. 8,503 students (19.2 percent) reported on science teachers. Science teachers were perceived as less dominant and less cooperative. Science teachers perceived themselves as less cooperative. Dominance and cooperativeness are known to be favorable for learning result and students’ appreciation. Hence, science teachers’ different interpersonal behavior contributes to lower appreciation and higher perceived difficulty levels for students regarding the science subjects.
    Originele taal-2Engels
    TitelNARST 2008 Annual International Conference "Impact of science education research on public policy" Baltimore, MD, March 30- April 2, 2008
    RedacteurenP.J. Gilmer, C.M. Czerniak, J. Osborne, W.C. Kyle
    Plaats van productieBaltimore
    UitgeverijNARST
    Pagina's125-126
    StatusGepubliceerd - 2008
    Evenement2008 NARST Annual International Conference, March 30-April 2, 2008, Baltimore, MD, USA - Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel, Baltimore, MD, Verenigde Staten van Amerika
    Duur: 30 mrt 20082 apr 2008
    https://www.narst.org/annualconference/2008conference.cfm

    Congres

    Congres2008 NARST Annual International Conference, March 30-April 2, 2008, Baltimore, MD, USA
    Land/RegioVerenigde Staten van Amerika
    StadBaltimore, MD
    Periode30/03/082/04/08
    AnderNARST
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