Mancini, L., Sette, S. & Poliandri, D. (2019, January 9-12). Profiles of Teaching Practices and Sixth Grade Students’ Scholastic Performances [paper presentation]. International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI 2019), Stavanger, Norway.
In the classroom educational context, teachers tend to use practices underlying different teaching styles (Tang et al., 2017). Understanding these practices and identifying teaching profiles is important for improving the educational processes and students' . Indeed, different practices could have a different impact on students’ academic achievements (Block, Parris, Reed, Whiteley, & Cleveland, 2009; Kikas, Peets, & Hodges, 2014). However, only few studies identified different teaching styles through observational tools as well as their impact on students’ scholastic performances.
Subjecteffectiveness, class management, teaching method, teaching practice, learning outcome
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AuthorLorenzo Mancini, Stefania Sette, Donatella Poliandri
RelationshipProfiles of Teaching Practices and Sixth Grade Students’ Scholastic Performances (Abstract)
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