Quantitative Research of Class Teaching Skills Usage in Microteaching
- 10.2991/icsshe-15.2015.96How to use a DOI?
- classroom teaching skills, classification, differences, correlation
To explore the inner relationship among every classroom teaching skill, data of micro-teaching targeted at students were analyzed by SPSS. The results showed: language, explanation and blackboard writing skills were basic ability, change and reinforcement skills were general ability, questioning, classroom management and demonstration skills were assistive ability, and introduction and ending skills were cohesive ability. In the aspect of skills usage, significant differences were noticed between the basic ability and the assistive and cohesive abilities, generic ability and assistive and cohesive abilities are partially correlated, and partial correlation existed between assistive ability and cohesive ability. Significant positive correlation was established by three tests conducted between questioning and changing skills and reinforcement and classroom management skills, between reinforcement skill and classroom management skill, and between blackboard writing skill and demonstration skill. Use of classroom skills in various periods, though not significantly different, was partially correlated. The conclusion on skills usage can help to define how to improve use of key skills.
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TY - CONF AU - Jun Li AU - Qi Yan PY - 2015/12 DA - 2015/12 TI - Quantitative Research of Class Teaching Skills Usage in Microteaching BT - Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Social Science and Higher Education PB - Atlantis Press SP - 381 EP - 384 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icsshe-15.2015.96 DO - 10.2991/icsshe-15.2015.96 ID - Li2015/12 ER -