Teaching Through Interactions in Secondary School Classrooms: Revisiting the Factor Structure and Practical Application of the Classroom Assessment Scoring System-Secondary.

@article{Hafen2015TeachingTI,
  title={Teaching Through Interactions in Secondary School Classrooms: Revisiting the Factor Structure and Practical Application of the Classroom Assessment Scoring System-Secondary.},
  author={Christopher A. Hafen and Bridget K. Hamre and Joseph P. Allen and Courtney A Bell and Drew H. Gitomer and Robert C. Pianta},
  journal={The Journal of early adolescence},
  year={2015},
  volume={35 5-6},
  pages={651-680}
}
Valid measurement of how students' experiences in secondary school classrooms lead to gains in learning requires a developmental approach to conceptualizing classroom processes. This article presents a potentially useful theoretical model, the Teaching Through Interactions framework, which posits teacher-student interactions as a central driver for student learning and that teacher-student interactions can be organized into three major domains. Results from 1,482 classrooms provide evidence for… CONTINUE READING

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