The determinants of students' attitudes to microteaching: an empirical analysis

Owen Hargie, David Dickson, Heinz Tittmar

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    This paper reports the results of an investigation into possible determinants of students’ attitudes to micro‐teaching. Two main facets are examined, namely the personality of students, and the location of microteaching within the overall training programme. No significant correlations were found between the incidence of extroversion and neuroticism among students, and their reactions to microteaching. It is concluded that the positioning of microteaching in relation to classroom practice may be a more important determinant of student attitude to microteaching than the personality of the students involved.
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages159-163
    JournalInnovations in Education and Training International
    Volume16
    Issue number2
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1979

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    Hargie, Owen ; Dickson, David ; Tittmar, Heinz. / The determinants of students' attitudes to microteaching: an empirical analysis. In: Innovations in Education and Training International. 1979 ; Vol. 16, No. 2. pp. 159-163.
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    The determinants of students' attitudes to microteaching: an empirical analysis. / Hargie, Owen; Dickson, David; Tittmar, Heinz.

    In: Innovations in Education and Training International, Vol. 16, No. 2, 1979, p. 159-163.

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