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ERIC Number: ED068457
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jun
Pages: 22
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A Comparison of Attitudes Held by Traditionally Prepared Teachers and Teacher Corps (Cycle 5: 1968-70) Prepared Teachers Regarding Subject-Oriented Instruction and Student-Oriented Instruction.
Johnson, Olin Chester
This study was conducted to show how a teacher's training affects his or her attitudes toward teaching. Twelve statements dealing with various aspects of education in relation to subject and student oriented instruction were distributed to 15 traditionally prepared teachers and 15 Teacher Corps prepared teachers. Each participant indicated in writing and verbally the extent of agreement or disagreement with the statement. Samples were stratified in order to determine patterns and areas of agreement and disagreement among teachers. Fisher's T-Table was used to correlate the differences between the two groups. Results indicated a significant difference between the two sample groups. Implications, recommendations, and conclusions are presented. Research material and an 8-item bibliography are included. (MJM)
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