Classroom Socialization: The Other Side of a Two--Way Street

Grant, Carl A.
April 1979
Educational Leadership;Apr79, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p470
Discusses the effect of the actions of both teachers and students working in the classroom environment on each other. Reason for the occurrence of contest mentality in teachers; Obstacles to teacher awareness about the reciprocal nature of socialization in the classroom; Discussion on how teachers can understand the influence of students on their behavior.


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