Canonical Relationships Among Motor Ability, Expression of Effort, Teacher Expectations and Dyadic Interactions in Elementary Age Children

Martinek, Thomas J.; Karper, William B.
January 1982
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Winter1982, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p26
Academic Journal
This article discusses the relationship between a teacher and student and how a teacher's expectations on that student may alter a student's efforts academically. The physical, social, and psychological characteristics of students have the ability to become consistent with a teacher's original expectations. The article presents a study that attempts to investigate similar relationships between teachers and students at the Motor and Social Behavior Laboratory at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro, North Carolina.


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