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ERIC Number: ED085476
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Aug
Pages: 240
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The Interpersonal Values and Role Perceptions of Beginning Vocational Education Teachers in Missouri.
Bisbee, Kolan Karl
The interpersonal values and role perceptions of a stratified random sample of vocational education teachers with less than one year's experience and their administrators were studied in Missouri. Data gathered through the use of three self-administered, mailed instruments were from teachers representing three groups who had (1) a baccalaureate degree in education, (2) more than 60 college semester hours without a baccalaureate degree, and (3) 20 semester hours or less of college level course work. It is concluded that beginning vocational education teachers with a baccalaureate degree are younger and have less experience while those with 20 semester hours or less are older and have more experience. All groups hold essentially the same interpersonal values but those with baccalaureate degrees hold higher role perceptions and are more in agreement among themselves regarding their positions. The teachers in the second group are more like their administrators. The third group has lower role perceptions and are less in agreement among themselves regarding the position of vocational education. Pre-service educational programs are planned by administrators when hiring and assigning duties to teachers. (MS)
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Identifiers - Location: Missouri