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ERIC Number: ED115449
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 151
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An Analysis of the Effects of Short Term Image Provoking Training on the Teaching and Learning Patterns of Junior High School Science and Nonscience Teachers and Their Students as Measured by Selected Classroom Observational Instruments.
Demchik, Michael Joseph
Investigated was the effect of a training program on teacher behavior. Videotaped classroom observations for selected teachers were taken prior to and after short term training on the Taxonomy of Image Provoking Behavior. Each videotape was analyzed and reliability established on each of four major observational instruments. No significant differences in teaching patterns for science and nonscience teachers were identified when considering gain scores. Student learning patterns measured showed no significant difference. The investigator concluded that short range image provoking training of the type used in this study had no significant effect on any of the four instruments of this study. (Author/CP)
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Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses
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Note: Ed.D. Dissertation, West Virginia University