Event Title

How Teacher Perceptions of Students Affect Interactions

Faculty Advisor

Sarah Moore

Start Date

25-4-2017 5:00 PM

End Date

25-4-2017 6:00 PM

Description

In this self-study, the research question asked, "How do personal perceptions of students affect interactions?" To answer this question, I kept a record of the interactions I had with each of nineteen first grade students over a 10 week period during my student teaching experience. I then analyzed that data to find a pattern in those interactions I had with them. The results fell within two general categories, positive and negative, which were based largely on my emotions on any particular day.

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How Teacher Perceptions of Students Affect Interactions

In this self-study, the research question asked, "How do personal perceptions of students affect interactions?" To answer this question, I kept a record of the interactions I had with each of nineteen first grade students over a 10 week period during my student teaching experience. I then analyzed that data to find a pattern in those interactions I had with them. The results fell within two general categories, positive and negative, which were based largely on my emotions on any particular day.