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ERIC Number: ED014442
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 1
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EFFECTS OF SUPERVISOR'S KNOWLEDGE OF STUDENT TEACHER PERSONALITY EVALUATIONS.
RINGNESS, THOMAS A.
TO DETERMINE IF A SUPERVISOR WITH PRE-KNOWLEDGE OF HIS STUDENTS' PERSONALITIES WOULD BE BETTER ABLE TO HELP THEM, 76 FEMALE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION STUDENT TEACHERS COMPLETED THE EDWARDS PERSONAL PREFERENCE SCALE (EPPS), THE CALIFORNIA PSYCHOLOGICAL INVENTORY (CPI), AND 10 THEMATIC APPERCEPTION TEST (TAT) CARDS. AFTER AN INTERVIEW, A PSYCHOLOGIST PREPARED SKETCHES OF THE STUDENTS WHO WERE RANDOMLY DIVIDED INTO THREE GROUPS--(1) EXPERIMENTAL GROUP 1 (E-1) RECEIVED IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK AND COUNSELING CONCERNING THE FINDINGS AND THEIR SUPERVISORS WERE GIVEN SKETCHES, (2) EXPERIMENTAL GROUP II (E-II) RECEIVED FEEDBACK BUT THEIR SUPERVISOR DID NOT, AND (3) A CONTROL GROUP RECEIVED NO FEEDBACK UNTIL THE END OF THE SEMESTER. THOSE FACTORS DEALING WITH SELF AND IDEAL-SELF IMAGE, AND FILLED OUT BY BOTH STUDENTS AND SUPERVISORS, WERE SUBJECTED TO VARIOUS CORRELATIONS. IT WAS FOUND THAT (A) THE FACTORS TENDED TO INTERCORRELATE RATHER HIGHLY BUT THERE WERE NOT MORE SIGNIFICANT INTERCORRELATIONS BETWEEN GROUPS E-1 AND E-II THAN THERE WERE IN THE CONTROL GROUP. (B) THE STUDENT TEACHERS' SELF AND IDEAL-SELF IMAGE CORRELATED HIGHLY, BOTH ON MEASURES GIVEN BEFORE AND AFTER THE SEMESTER, INDICATING THAT THE STUDENTS HAD STABILIZED IDEAS ABOUT THEMSELVES WHICH WERE NOT EASILY CHANGED. (C) SUPERVISOR IMAGES DID NOT CORRELATE HIGHLY WITH STUDENTS. THIS PAPER WAS REPRINTED FROM RATH, JAMES AND LEEPER, ROBERT R. (EDS), THE SUPERVISOR - AGENT FOR CHANGE IN TEACHING, ASCD PUBLICATION, WASH. D.C. (AW)
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Identifiers: CALIFORNIA PSYCHOLOGICAL INVENTORY; Edwards Personal Preference Schedule; TAT; THEMATIC APPERCEPTION TEST