ERIC Number: EJ1082607
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2015-Dec
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Reference Count: 32
Examining the Context of Instruction to Facilitate Student Success
von der Embse, Nathaniel P.; Putwain, David W.
School Psychology International, v36 n6 p552-558 Dec 2015
Identifying effective instructional practices and effective teachers is an important issue in educational research, policy, and practice. However, many schools have resorted to measuring these constructs with student test scores, ignoring the instructional context. In this introductory article to the special issue, we highlight the importance of the instructional context as facilitating of teacher-student relationships, effective instructional practices, and supporting of student success.
Descriptors: Success, Instructional Effectiveness, Context Effect, Best Practices, Teacher Student Relationship, Student Development, Accountability, Journal Articles
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