Qualities Related to Success in Teaching (Classic Reprint)

Qualities Related to Success in Teaching (Classic Reprint)


Qualities Related to Success in Teaching (Classic Reprint)

 


by
Frederic Butterfield Knight

  • Author: Frederic Butterfield Knight
  • Type: eBook type file
  • Pages: 86 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781333540906
  • Edition Language: English


  • Excerpt from Qualities Related to Success in Teaching This thesisl lies in the field of research which is concerned with methods of rating teaching, of determining the significant factors in teaching ability, and Of measuring objectively such factors. This field of research is by no means a virgin one nor is it one of academic interest only. Practical school administrators have no more important and, at present, no more troublesome problems than those which are grouped around the technique of selecting and rating teachers.

    Actual isolation Of such factors as intellect and temperament, which are indispensable to successful teaching, and the discovery of a method determining whether a prospective teacher possesses the indispensable qualities Of a good teacher would be a boon to school administrators. During the past fifteen years educators and psychologists have given their earnest attention to this series Of problems, on which a great deal has been written and on which much research work has been done.

    Three studies have been selected to show the general development of attempts which have been made to find solutions to different phases Of the personal-management problems Of our public schools. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Download Qualities Related to Success in Teaching (Classic Reprint) Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

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