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How Well Do Students Perform? It Depends on Teachers’ Expectations

18 Sep

See on Scoop.itEducational Technology News

“Teacher expectations can affect the performance of the children they teach. The first psychologist to systematically study this was a Harvard professor named Robert Rosenthal, who in 1964 did a wonderful experiment at an elementary school south of San Francisco. The idea was to figure out what would happen if teachers were told that certain kids in their class were destined to succeed, so Rosenthal took a normal IQ test and dressed it up as a different test.”

See on blogs.kqed.org

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