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|Title:||Assessing teacher ethnic and gender biases via a teaching simulation|
|Keywords:||teacher ethnic;gender biases|
|Issue Date:||2010-06-02 16:19:04 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||Recent literature reveals that while interacting with their students, many public school teachers exhibit behaviors that promote destructive gender and ethnic stereotypes (see Sadker & Sadker, 1994, and Murray & Clark, 1990, respectively). The current study attempted to determine whether such stereotyping occurred in a computer-based teaching environment which had been sensitive to teacher actions ranging from the deliberation that teachers use as they navigate a lesson (Strang, 1993) to the messages that they convey to their students at the close of a lesson|
|Relation:||Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of the Information Technology and Teacher Education, SITE|
Information Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 1995, 546-549.
|Appears in Collections:||[師資培育中心] 會議論文|
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