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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Madan Mohan; Ronald E Hull
|Description:||xi, 311 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The problem of evaluating teacher effectiveness: Feldman, S. Teacher evaluation: a teacher unionist's view. Gage, N.L. Can science contribute to the art of teaching? Ryans, D.G. Teacher behavior can be evaluated. Flanders, N.A. and Morine, G. The assessment of proper control and suitable learning environment.--Achievement related teaching behaviors: Rosenshine, B. Enthusiastic teaching: a research review. Harootunian, B. Research on teaching effectiveness. Walsh, G.V. One in five made us think. Madan Mohan. Specifying behavioral components of some higher-order concepts of teaching.--Teacher preparation: Medley, D.M. The research context and the goals of teacher education. Fuller, F.F. Concerns of teachers: a developmental conceptualization. Hull, R.E. Effective induction of teachers: a point of view. Hunt, D.E.A conceptual level matching model for coordinating learner characteristics with educational approaches. Hamachek, D. Characteristics of good teachers and implications for teacher educators.--Evaluation of instructional effectiveness: Rosenshine, B. Evaluation of classroom instruction. Bicknell, J.E. The instructional effectiveness quotient. Popham, W.J. Performance tests of teaching proficiency: rationale, development, and validation.|
|Responsibility:||[compiled by] Madan Mohan and Ronald E. Hull.|