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faculty: "FMG" and publication year: "2001"
| Authors||J.J. Beishuizen, E. Hof, C.M. van Putten, S. Bouwmeester, J.J. Asscher|
|Title||Students' and teachers' cognitions about good teachers|
|Journal||British Journal of Educational Psychology|
|Faculty||Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences|
|Institute/dept.||FMG: Research Institute Child Development and Education (CDE)|
|Keywords||Student attitudes; Teacher attitudes; Teacher characteristics; Teacher student interaction|
|Abstract||Examined what students think about good teachers. 198 students of 4 age groups (7, 10, 13, and 16 yrs old) and teachers from primary and secondary schools were asked to write an essay on the good teacher. The correspondence between conceptual items in the essays was investigated. The analysis revealed 2 dimensions. The first dimension reflected the preference of students and teachers for describing the good teacher in terms of either personality or ability characteristics. The second dimension was interpreted as an orientation towards either attachment to, detachment from or commitment to school and teachers. Students and teachers were compared to establish the amount of (dis)agreement about what makes a good teacher. Primary school students described good teachers primarily as competent instructors, focusing on transfer of knowledge and skills, whereas secondary school students emphasised relational aspects of good teachers. Teachers, however, considered good teachers a matter of establishing personal relationships with their students. Consequently, primary school students and teachers disagreed about the characteristics of good teachers. In secondary education, disagreements between teachers and students were relatively small.|
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