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On teaching attitudes of young teachers

Erkki Asp

On teaching attitudes of young teachers

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Published by University of Turku, Institute of Education in [Turku] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: leaves 45-46.

    Statement[by] Erkki Asp, Erkki Lahdes [and] Matti Peltonen.
    SeriesInstitute of Education. Report no. 12 (1969)
    ContributionsLahdes, Erkki, joint author., Peltonen, Matti, 1929- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1025.2 .A85
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57 l.
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5471520M
    LC Control Number73174648

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Table 2 Ho: age has nothing to do with attitudes towards teaching profession. Younger and Older teachers and Attitudes towards Teaching Profession Parameters Favourable and Unfavourable Attitudes towards Teaching Profession Favourable Unfavourable Total Younger Teacher 74 14 Young Older Teacher 52 10 Old Total 24 TotalCited by: 1.

Attitude of teaching profession is an important study because in this trend many of younger generations need On teaching attitudes of young teachers book get jobs in the field of nformation and Technology I sector. They do not show much interest in teaching.

The young teachers think the filed of information and technology is money earning jobSince the teaching profession in a. To compare attitude of teachers towards teaching profession teaching at different level.

To check the effect of teachers teaching at different level on attitude towards teaching profession. Hypothesis 1. There is no significant effect of primary and secondary school teachers on attitude towards their teaching profession. Size: KB. The Attitude Scale Related to Teaching Profession having been developed by Erkuş, Sanlı, Bağlı and Güven () for measuring the attitudes of teachers toward teaching profession was.

The mean tool used was Teacher Attitude Inventory (TAI) developed by lia (). Result revealed that prospective teachers of self-financing colleges i.e. female, science, middle economic status, high economic status or total were showing favourable attitude towards teaching. their teachers.

half of students indicated that important qualities of teacher’s Behavior were punctuality, honesty, hardworking, friendly, confident and competency. Index Terms- Teacher Behavior, Students Attitude, University, faculty I.

environment at different times. Behavior can be INTRODUCTION. Sources of teachers’ values are usually mentioned only in passing in books or articles dealing with other aspects of teaching and are rarely included in teachers’ professional development.

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