Two Decades of Research on Teacher Expectations: Findings and Future Directions

@article{Good1987TwoDO,
  title={Two Decades of Research on Teacher Expectations: Findings and Future Directions},
  author={Thomas L. Good},
  journal={Journal of Teacher Education},
  year={1987},
  volume={38},
  pages={32 - 47}
}
  • T. Good
  • Published 1987
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Teacher Education
Good discusses the types of teacher expectation effects evi denced in the classroom. Particular attention is focused on the research that addresses teachers' expectations for and interac tions with individuals believed to be of high or low potential. Good presents a model for use in understanding the dynamics of expectation communication in the classroom and highlights numerous studies relating teacher expectations with student behavior. The differential treatment of students by teachers is… Expand

Figures from this paper

Student perceptions of teacher expectations in elementary classrooms
Teacher-student interaction and teacher expectancy phenomenon is investigateJ in this study in relation to student perceptions. The Teacher Treatment lnventory(TTI) was conducted to 311 4th gradeExpand
Student Social Background and Teacher Expectations: The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
The purpose of this study is to review the literature dealing with the formation and the effects of varying teacher expectations on students. The study focuses on the characteristics of theExpand
The effects of teacher expectation interventions on teachers’ expectations and student achievement: narrative review and meta-analysis
ABSTRACT This study provides a systematic review of the effects of 19 teacher expectation interventions. Prior research on teacher expectations primarily focussed on correlational relationships withExpand
A review of research on teacher beliefs and practices
Summary During the past 15 years or so, teacher education research has made significant strides in studying the complex relationships between teacher beliefs and practices. This new line of researchExpand
The Impact of Primary School Teachers’ Expectations of Pupils, Parents and Teachers on Teacher Track Recommendations
To advance the understanding about primary school teachers’ allocation process of pupils during the transition to secondary education, this study aims to investigate the influencing teacherExpand
Examining Values and Beliefs About Teaching Diverse Students: Understanding the Challenges for Teacher Education
This paper presents empirical evidence regarding the capacity of teacher education programs to influence the values and beliefs of those who enroll in them and offers insight into the conditions thatExpand
An exploratory study into teachers’ beliefs and experiences about allocating students
Abstract This study explores teachers' beliefs and experiences regarding the decisions they make about students during so-called allocation meetings, including the role of a number of influencingExpand
Teachers’ beliefs and expectations towards marginalized children in classroom setting: A qualitative analysis
Abstract This paper examines issues concerning teachers’ beliefs and expectations towards children of marginalized groups. The aim of the study was to examine teacher's beliefs and expectations fromExpand
Educator Expectations in Full-Day Kindergarten: Comparing the Factors That Contribute to the Formation of Early Childhood Educator and Teacher Expectations
Teachers incorporate information from various sources as they form their academic expectations for students. The student record of prior achievement is the most salient factor that educators use toExpand
An investigation of the relationship between teachers’ expectations and teachers’ perceptions of student attributes
Little is known about factors other than students’ abilities and background variables that shape teachers’ achievement expectations. This study was aimed at investigating the role of teachers’Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 73 REFERENCES
Teacher Expectations? Pupil responses to teacher mediated classroom climate
Abstract Three teacher types are developed from a consideration of the self‐fufilling hypothesis with respect to both classroom behaviour and academic achievement. Evidence used to support thisExpand
Teachers’ Expectations and Attributions for Student Achievement: Effects of Label, Performance Pattern, and Special Education Intervention
This study investigated the effects of preperformance information on actual classroom teachers’ expectations and attributions for a hypothetical male student. Teachers were found to have higherExpand
Communication of Teacher Expectations and Their Effects on Achievement and Attitudes of Secondary School Students
Effects of teacher expectancies upon student behavior were investigated by giving teachers data indicating that certain average ability students were intellectually superior. Dependent measures wereExpand
Teacher Expectations: A Model for School Improvement
  • C. Proctor
  • Psychology
  • The Elementary School Journal
  • 1984
The Elementary School Journal Volume 84, Number 4 ? 1984 by The University of Chicago. All rights reserved. 0013-5984/84/8404-0006$01.00 Over the past decade, research on classroom and school effectsExpand
Teachers' communication of differential expectations for children's classroom performance: Some beha
The processes by which teachers communicate differential performance expectations to different children were investigated through observational study of dyadic contacts between teachers andExpand
Pygmalion Grows Up: A Model for Teacher Expectation Communication and Performance Influence
Much research has examined the effects teacher expectations have on student performance. While evidence indicating that expectations bias student performance is scant, a substantial literatureExpand
Teacher Interpretation of Student Behavior: Cognitive and Social Processes
The Elementary School Journal Volume 84, Number 3 ? 1984 by The University of Chicago. All rights reserved. 001 3-5984/84/8403-0004$O 1.00 Recently, Shavelson and Stern (1981) summarized theExpand
Teacher Clarity and Its Relationship to Student Achievement and Satisfaction
Relationships between the clarity behaviors of teachers and the dual outcome measures of student achievement and satisfaction were examined. Relatively reliable measures of clarity (both of aExpand
Children's physical and interpersonal characteristics that effect student-teacher interactions.
AbstractResearch on the impact of student characteristics on the quality of the teacher-student interaction was investigated in an ecological setting. Ss for the study were classrooms and teachers atExpand
Student Social Class and Teacher Expectations: The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in Ghetto Education
Many studies have shown that academic achievement is highly correlated with social class. Few, however, have attempted to explain exactly how the school helps to reinforce the class structure of theExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...