Traits Related to Good and Poor Teaching

  title={Traits Related to Good and Poor Teaching},
  author={Max Dissette Engelhart and Ledyard R. Tucker},
  journal={The School Review},
  pages={28 - 33}
The identification and the measurement of the unitary traits constituting the basic factors in success in teaching should promote the construction of much more adequate instruments for use in the selection or guidance of teachers than any now existing. Multiple-factor analysis is recommended as the technique to be used. Preliminary research is needed, however, if application of the complex factor-analysis technique is to prove effective. The efficiency of any mathematical or statistical… 

Evaluation of Teacher Personality

  • P. Symonds
  • Education
    Teachers College Record: The Voice of Scholarship in Education
  • 1946
THE selection of teachers remains one of the most difficult and unyielding problems which education has to face. A real and practical problem, it continues to be immune in large part to assistance

Relation between a Teacher-Attitude Inventory and Pupils' Ratings of Teachers

UPILS' OPINIONS about their teachers are being considered by educators and school administrators as indicative of teaching success. It is quite natural that this should be so. Hart (14), in his