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ERIC Number: EJ189663
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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An Examination of Teachers' Effects on High, Middle, and Low Aptitude Students' Performance on a Standardized Achievement Test
Good, Thomas L.; Beckerman, Terrill M.
American Educational Research Journal, 15, 3, 477-82, Sum 78
Teacher effectiveness was defined by students' mathematics score on the Iowa Test of Basic Skills while achievement was measured by the Cognitive Abilities Test. Relatively effective teachers generally produced achievement gains from all aptitude levels. Similarly, relatively ineffective teachers did not disproportionately depress achievement for any level of student aptitude. (Author/CP)
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Language: English
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