Do You Know what You Look Like?: Interpersonal Relationships in Education

Psychology Press, 1993 - 198 pagina's
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Much of the work in this book has originated from an international project called "Education for Teachers". Educational researchers from Holland, USA, Australia and Israel look at an important element of teacher behaviour - that is the interpersonal actions which create and maintain a positive classroom atmosphere. The book uses systems theory and family therapy to analyze what happens in classrooms, looking at classes as "big families". It provides a simple way to collect feedback from participants in communication in education (students, teachers, principles, student-teacher supervisors). Thus for example, differences between students' perceptions and the teachers self-perception of the teacher communication style are are formed. This feedback can be used to improve teaching. The book reviews research on communication styles of teachers in secondary education with the help of the questionnaire on teacher interaction and includes implications for teacher programs.

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The Model for Interpersonal Teacher Behavior
Perceptions of Interpersonal Teacher Behavior
A Typology of Teacher Communication Style
Comparison of Teachers and Students Perceptions of
Interpersonal Teacher Behavior Throughout the Career
Interpersonal Teacher Behavior and School Environment
Supervisors Interpersonal Behavior and Student
Socialization in Student Teaching
Notes on Contributors

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Jack Levy was born in 1938. With a Jewish father and C of E mother he was uniquely fortuitous in being allowed the freedom to make his own choice of religious belief. Without the usual 'indoctrinated-faith' bondage, he was able to query the evident inconsistencies and to make informed conclusions. This set a pattern which moulded his entire outlook on life. He started his career as a draughtsman and progressed to Senior Design Engineer.

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