Dropsie College Theses
Interaction Analysis in Elementary Jewish Schools in the Philadelphia - Camden Area: A Study of the One-Hundred-Twenty Classes
Date of Award
Doctor of Education (EdD)
The purposes of this study were to determine the teacher-pupil interaction patterns present in one hundred and twenty classes in Jewish elementary schools in the Philadelphia - Camden area. This study attempts 1) to determine whether there are different interaction patterns in teaching different subjects in the Jewish school; 2) to determine what differences, if any, in interaction patterns obtained among the various grade levels; 3) to determine whether certain verbal patterns are characteristic of superior teachers, as designated by superiors, as compared to poor teachers; and 4) to determine whether there is any relationship between "good" teachers, as rated by a superior and their teaching patterns as measured by Interaction Analysis.
Scheiner, Louis, "Interaction Analysis in Elementary Jewish Schools in the Philadelphia - Camden Area: A Study of the One-Hundred-Twenty Classes" (1968). Dropsie College Theses. 31.
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Library at the Katz Center - Archives Room Manuscript. LB1084 .S345 1968.