Effects of Interaction Analysis Training on Perceived and Observed Teaching Behaviors

van der Mars, Hans; Mancini, Victor H.; Frye, Patricia A.
April 1981
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Spring1981 Introductory, Vol. 1, p57
Academic Journal
The article reports on the effects of interaction analysis training on perceived and observed teaching behaviors. The study attempts to determine if training supervision through interaction analysis(IA) were beneficial in making physical education teachers more aware of their classroom behaviors and to determine the difference between the teaching behaviors of those pre-service teachers who receive instruction in and supervision through IA and those who do not receive the treatment. The methodology, procedures, statistical treatment, and the results are discussed.


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