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ERIC Number: EJ170632
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1977
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Teachers' Beliefs on the Relative Effectiveness of Reforms for Motivating Pupils and Alleviating Behavior Problems
Burns, Robert B.
Educational Studies, 3, 3, 185-90, Oct 77
A survey of 231 British teachers assessed their ratings of classroom reforms which might stimulate student interest and reduce behavior problems. Results correlate with those from a study in 1952, showing abolition of corporal punishment as having little effect and smaller class size, remedial courses, and parental support as being most effective. (Author/AV)
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Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (England)