Jewels of Wisdom: A Study of Perceptions of Discipline of Middle School Teachers, High School Teachers, Student Teachers, and Undergraduate Education Majors Enrolled in Classroom Management Course YOED 4000Report as inadecuate




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Online Submission, Tennessee Educational Leadership v29 n1 p9-18 Win 2002

School discipline is viewed as a national concern that is becoming more serious by the day. Practicing teachers, student teachers, and preservice high education students across the country are concerned with discipline-related problems in schools across the nation. Perceptions of discipline influence practicing teachers, student teachers, and preservice teachers in many different ways as they go about making decisions regarding management, discipline, and career choices. This study (N = 110) enrolls surveying students enrolled in the Classroom Management Course YOED 4000 at various sites. Surveys gauge students' perceptions of discipline within the classroom.

Descriptors: Discipline, Discipline Problems, Middle School Teachers, High Schools, Secondary School Teachers, Student Teachers, Education Majors, Classroom Techniques, Surveys, Attitude Measures, Statistical Analysis, Democratic Values, Gender Differences





Author: Young, Barbara N.; Snead, Donald; Sutarso, Toto

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7123&id=ED563981







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