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ERIC Number: ED147183
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Nov
Pages: 16
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Scoring Manual for the Munby System for Coding Classroom Interaction.
Munby, Hugh; Kitto, Richard
The Munby system for coding classroom interaction is an observation system constructed to study the intellectual consequences of varying kinds of science teaching behaviors. The initial use of the system called for making judgments about small portions of teaching, arbitrarily determined from a transcript of the teaching in question. Recent work with the system to determine its validity resulted in a change in the scoring technique to permit coding a lesson directly or from a recording. The purpose of this manual is to describe this new coding procedure in detail. General directions for using the scoring sheet are given first. These are followed by detailed descriptions of how the classifications are to be interpreted for the Instrumentalist-Realist dimension. This is followed by a brief guide to the use of the Intellectual Independence and Intellectual Dependence dimension. An annotated bibliography is provided which includes references to the Munby System and to works which are related to this approach. The Munby System itself is appended. (Author/MA)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Note: Replaces material in ED 042 937; For related document, see ED 082 948; Contains occasional light type