School of Arts and Humanities
 

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Article

Publication Date

2009

Abstract

In this study, the researchers analyzed stories told by students (n = 80) of their poorest K-12 teachers who behaved in an unprofessional manner. Nine dominant themes were identified: poor teaching; learning not occurring; poor communication with students; uncaring; no explanations; being overly emotional; high school teachers; off-task behaviors; and poor classroom management. Illustrative student stories were provided. Implications of these stories were discussed.

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Published in v. 4, no. 1 of the International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation. Also available through the Connexions Content Commons. Download for free at http://cnx.org/contents/8aa54448-07c5-4866-84dd-61af37276ff1@4.

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