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Science Teaching Attitudes and Class Control Ideologies of Preservice Elementary Teachers with and without Early Field Experiences.
Harty, Harold; And Others – Science Education, 1984
Reports no significant differences between the attitudes toward science teaching of students in campus-based and field-based teacher preparation programs. However, field-based teachers (N=39) were significantly more custodial in their pupil control ideology than teachers (N=43) in the campus-based program. (JN)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Elementary School Science, Field Experience Programs, Higher Education
Egyptian Middle School Science Teachers' Attitudes toward a Lecture Method, Self-Concept, and Locus of Control.
Harty, Harold; Salama, Galal – Science Education, 1985
Investigated attitudes toward lectures, self-concept, and locus of control of Egyptian middle school teachers with (N=40) and without (N=40) professional educational training. A set of more desirable attitudes toward lectures, higher self-concept, and greater internal locus of control were found in the group with professional training. (DH)
Descriptors: Elementary School Science, Intermediate Grades, Junior High Schools, Lecture Method