Four factors in teaching intern effectiveness, as measured by a Praxis III-similar instrument, were found among observational data of teaching interns during the 2010 spring semester. Those factors were lesson planning, teacher/student reflection, fairness & safe environment, and professionalism/efficacy. This factor analysis was as much of a statement about effective teaching as it is about the technical aspects of an instrument utilized to assess it. Forty-one percent of effective teaching was found to be in the lesson planning.
Womack, Sid T.; Hannah, Shellie Louise; and Bell, Columbus David
"FACTOR ANALYSIS OF INTERN EFFECTIVENESS,"
Administrative Issues Journal: Vol. 2
, Article 14.
Available at: https://dc.swosu.edu/aij/vol2/iss1/14
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