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ERIC Number: ED075395
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The Relationship Between Measured Self-Actualization and Student Teacher Effectiveness.
Breiter, Joan
The relationship between teacher effectiveness (performance) and personality orientation of a specific group of intern teachers is examined. One hundred fifty-three elementary education majors in their fourth year at Iowa Stae University were administered the Personality Orientation Inventory (POI) and rated on a Teacher Performance Inventory (TPI) by the university supervisor and cooperating teacher for effectiveness while serving as student teachers. The performance inventory for student teachers has 36 statements, related to teaching performance, to be rated on a continuum from four to one. The raters did not know the POI scores of the student teachers they rated. The study did not find a relationship between the TPI as a measure of teacher effectiveness and personality as measured by the POI. (A four-item bibliography and the performance inventory are included.) (Author/MJM)
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