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ERIC Number: ED079175
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Mar-1
Pages: 17
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Teaching Behavior Patterns and Personal Teacher Attributes Related to Success and Failure in Specific Social Studies Teaching Tasks.
Ehman, Lee H.
This paper examines the relationships between both low- and high-inference teaching process variables and success in specific teaching tasks performed in a laboratory setting. Two minor objectives are also included: teacher characteristics are related to success in the teaching tasks, and the relationships between low- and high-inference teaching process variables are analyzed. The intermediate effects, overt pupil responses and covert pupil responses, are used as criteria of teaching success in this process-product study. The research method is detailed and the findings of the study are summarized in tabular form. (Author/SHM)
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