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ERIC Number: EJ138661
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Teacher Effectiveness and Student Performance
Tuckman, Howard P.
Journal of Economic Education, 7, 1, 34-9, F 75
Evaluated the effects of using graduate student instructors rather than regular faculty in a college economics course. It was found that graduate instructors were as effective in teaching economic principles as experienced faculty, probably due to their ability to grasp what students don't understand, their enthusiasm and approachability. The author urged using more than one measure of effectiveness in studies of this type. (Author/DB)
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