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The attitude of teachers, is a teacher characteristic and component of teacher personality.


These attitudes, particularly as they impact on teacher expectations, can have important implications for teacher student interaction and parent school relationship and educational aspirations and academic achievement of students


Assessment of teacher attitudesEdit

Various teacher attitude measures have been developed.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Wickman EK: Children's Behavior and Teachers' Attitudes. New York, Commonwealth Fund, 1928

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