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ERIC Number: ED062147
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Apr
Pages: 29
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A Study of the Effect of Timed Pupil Feedback on the Teaching Behaviors of Biological Science Teachers.
Novak, John H.; Moser, Gene W.
Biology classes of 15 teachers in three high schools were provided with a response sheet and requested to rate each ten-minute segment of lessons on each of three contrasts: too fast/too slow; interested/bored; and understand/don't understand. They were also requested to make specific comments if they felt them necessary. It was found that students were able to give effective feedback to teachers, and that this feedback caused changes in teacher behavior. Analyses of the data were most meaningful when the changes within a single class were considered: changes in different directions in different classes obscured significant effects. Tabular and graphical data presentations are appended. (AL)
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Note: Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, April 1972