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How to Identify Effective Teaching
William W. Cooley, Gaea Leinhardt and Janet McGrail
Anthropology & Education Quarterly
Vol. 8, No. 2, Exploring Qualitative/Quantitative Research Methodologies in Education (May, 1977), pp. 119-126
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The study of teaching to date has relied on rather narrow definitions of what is effective teaching. Such definitions most usually are tied to student outcome measures such as achievement tests, while focusing on individual, isolated teaching acts rather than on teaching and learning in its total context. How can we identify effective teaching, recognizing the total ecology of the teaching-learning environment?
Anthropology & Education Quarterly © 1977 American Anthropological Association