Teach at first sight : expert teacher gaze across two cultural settings

@inproceedings{McIntyre2016TeachAF,
  title={Teach at first sight : expert teacher gaze across two cultural settings},
  author={Nora A. McIntyre},
  year={2016}
}
Teacher gaze is central to learning, yet research in this area has been limited to Western and laboratory settings. Moreover, within these contexts, only attentional (i.e., information-seeking) gaze has been investigated so far. The research presented in this thesis aimed to extend existing literature by identifying culture-specific (UK and Hong Kong) patterns of expert teacher gaze in real-world classrooms, and going beyond attentional gaze to communicative (i.e., information-giving) gaze… CONTINUE READING

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