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ERIC Number: ED114392
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 16
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Competencies for Secondary Health Occupations Teachers.
Arlton, Donna M.
Studies have not made clear what specific teacher competencies are important for teachers of health occupations in secondary schools or vocational centers. This study, therefore, used Flanagan's Critical Incident Technique to collect reports of observed teacher behaviors which students perceived as being especially effective or ineffective for teacher performance. The kinds of behaviors students commented on were (1) instructional methods, (2) classroom management, (3) personal and career guidance, (4) student evaluation, and (5) coordination of plans with the health facility to obtain field experience for students. Overall results showed that students were most concerned with and favorable to teachers' methods of instruction and most disturbed by improper classroom management. This information, obtained from direct classroom experience, should guide educators trying to teach health personnel to become as skilled at teaching as they are in their health area. (CD)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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