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Efekt oczekiwań interpersonalnych w edukacji. Implikacje dla nauczycieli

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W artykule zaprezentowano badania nad efektem oczekiwań interpersonalnych. Przedstawiono też mechanizm przekształcania się oczekiwań w zjawisko samosprawdzającej się przepowiedni w edukacji (efekt Pigmaliona). Implikację ukazanej wiedzy dla nauczycieli stanowi analiza programu Oczekiwania Nauczyciela i Osiągnięcia Ucznia (TESA). Ponadto uwzględniono tzw. listę pytań do refleksji, stanowiących pomoc w samoewaluacji.
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The article presents research on the effect of interpersonal expectations. The mechanism of transforming expectations into the phenomenon of self-fulfilling prophecy in education (Pygmalion effect) is presented. As implications of the presented knowledge for teachers, the Teacher Expectation and Student Achievement (TESA) program was analyzed, and a “list of questions for reflection” was included as an aid in self-evaluation.
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3
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2018
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2019-02-26
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