Teacher influence, pupil attitudes, and achievement

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The spontaneous behavior of a teacher and how this behavior affects learning in the classroom were investigated. independent variables in the study were direct teacher influence, and the nature of the specific learning task.

the dependent variables were the actual measures of learning, including awareness of facts, application of principles to problem solving, and interpretation of new data.

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Publication: [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education; [for sale by the Superintendent of. on the factors that influence pupil performance attest to the fact that there is a significant relationship between teacher based factors and pupil performance.

Teachers play a critical role in the academic performance of the pupils. Teachers are indispensable elements in the teaching and learning process inFile Size: KB. From a prepared script, teacher behavior indicating positive and negative attitudes toward students and toward the pupil attitudes material was role played before 16 introductory psychology classroom groups.

The treatments were crossed in a 2x2 design. Each class session consisted of the experimental treatment embedded in a minute lecture, an achievement test on the lecture material, and an attitude Cited by: 2. The Impact of Teacher Attitudes and Perceptions of Direct Instruction on Student Achievement in Reading By Sharon P.

Collum A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Education Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA Ma APPROVED BY: DR. JUDY P. SHOEMAKER, Chair Ma DR.

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View Teacher Attitudes and Students' Achievement Research Papers on for free. THE FEMINIZATION OF PRIMARY EDUCATION: EFFECTS OF TEACHERS’ SEX ON PUPIL ACHIEVEMENT, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOUR GEERT DRIESSEN Abstract – Since the mids, considerable concern has been expressed about the feminization of education.

The underlying assumption is that the increasing number of vant than the sex of the pupil. There is also Cited by: the teacher on the pupil's adjustment in three high schools in Madison, Wisconsin (), involving teachers and pupils. He attempted to discover the significant differences in social adjustment, attitudes, information, and behavior of the teacher and the pupil groups; what re-Author: Rebecca Park Malone.

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’ math errors and students’ math achievement, and between teachers’ classroom. Exploring the Relationship and Influence between Teacher Expectations and Student Achievement Words 2 Pages The main purpose of this study was to explore the relationship and influence between a teacher expectations and student achievements in class.

teacher attitudes: the effects of teacher beliefs on teaching practices and achievement of students with disabilities by mary klehm a dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy in education university of rhode island and rhode island college Positive attitudes lead to success while negative attitudes lead to failure and as a result success can lead to positive ego attitudes while failure leads to negative ego attitudes.

For example, if the teacher engages in belittling comments towards a student due to his/her failure, the negative effects of this will be inevitable (Gecer, ).Cited by: Influence of teacher characteristics on students’ academic achievement among secondary schools Anita Kosgei 1, student academic achievement to teacher characteristics.

The study was conducted in Nandi District, Kenya and that there was significant correlation between teacher qualification and pupil performance in Kenya. The goodCited by: The Contribution of Achievement, Pupil Characteristics, Teacher Attitudes and Classroom Interaction to Teacher Expectations Welcome to the IDEALS Repository.

JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Browse. IDEALS. chalk and talk methods, large pupils to teacher ration and mathematics fright/phobia to mention but a few.

Just few of these studies if at all, consider Teacher’s variables such as Teacher self –efficacy, interest, attitude, qualification and experience. Several factors have generally been identified as predictor of poor academic achievement.

The Influence of Teacher Expectancy Improvement Strategies on Student Attitude and Achievement in English Courses (An Action Research Sample) January DOI: /educsci motivation. Fortunate is the teacher whose children are positively oriented toward him and his subject matter.

He will find them working with greater vigor, learning more, more quickly. Attitudes Affect Why Learning is facilitated when a close, positive relationship File Size: 1MB.

acher influence present in a larger wpulation. The patterns of teacher ver- ial behavior were compared with gain achievement as measured by pre- and wst^ests. Student attitude inventory cores were also available.

It was found Flanders, b) that the attitudes: students toward the teacher and classFile Size: 1MB. successful teaching the teacher must have the ideas about man and conception Journal of Research in Education and Society Vol.2 No.

1, April 16 of knowledge and learning and that teachers' ideas of man create the basis for. Perception of a teacher were shown to exert showed only a weak effect on pupils’ attitudes, but the same variable, teacher attitude, strongly influenced pupils’ achievement.

4 teacher, which represents the teacher’s contribution to student achievement or “value added” that does not vary over her career.2 In the second step we take the estimated teacher fixed effect and regress it on characteristics of teachers’ (time-invariant) undergraduate coursework, controlling.

most effective way to improve achievement (Gauthier. et al., ). STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM. It is very important to find the characteristics of teacher’s Behavior, attitudes, knowledge, skills and its impact on the academic achievement of the university students in Hyderabad.

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Therefore, at university level teacher’s positive Behavior. of teacher attitudes toward reading on pupil attitudes and achievement. While not de velD ping an instrument which could be used to objectively measure change in pupils' attitudes toward reading, the present study was an initial step in determining w hat influence a reading tutor's attitude.

The influence of teacher-student relationships on learning is clear: learning is enhanced when teacher-student relationships are strong. Research overwhelmingly suggests that students of varied ages, experiences, and backgrounds who perceive their teachers to be supportive of their needs and interests are more engaged, more motivated, more self-directed, and more socially connected at.

In the field of teacher expectations and pupil learning one important psychological truth is that the pupils’ achievement in learning is strongly influenced by the teachers’ expectations of their level of performance, high or low. Roy Nash discusses critically and fully important research in this by: Teachers have attitudes that are important to the learning process, as well as parents, communities, and prevailing attitudes in the nation as a whole.

The immediate concern within the scope of each individual educator is to look at his own attitudes and those of his pupils so that the classroom atmosphere is such that learning can take place. teacher attitudes could be changed in workshops dealing with sociolinguistic concepts of speech variation, and (3) attempted to determine whether teacher and pupil attitudes have any relation to pupil achievement in language arts.

The subjects were fourth- and fifth .Teacher and Teaching Effects on Students’ Attitudes and Behaviors Abstract Research has focused predominantly on how teachers affect students’ achievement on tests despite evidence that a broad range of attitudes and behaviors are equally important to their long-term Size: KB.A logical extension would seem to be that teacher self-concept is related to pupil reading achievement.

However, this assumption does not appear to have been thoroughly investigated. This study was designed to investigate that subjects included pupils and the thirty-two teachers to whom these pupils were assigned in first Author: Janice Wirth Dimick.