Student Perceptions of Effective Teaching Behaviors Revisited

George E. Stevens, Sheila A. Adams

Abstract


This paper is an extension of an earlier study examining student agreement on the importance of course- related teacher behavior. One finding of the earlier study was substantial agreement between males and females on the characteristics considered important to teaching effectiveness. However, the results seemed to indicate a greater emphasis given by students to those characteristics which impact directly on grades than those which impact on leaning. The results of this study indicate that students do differentiate teacher traits on the basis of importance to leaning or to good grades.

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