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Research for improving teacher competencies to understand and communicate with students

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Frame of Image current teachers in K-12, 2) to see how case studies with students led by teachers changes teachers’ range of understanding students and their communication methodologies, and 3) to suggest strategies to improve teacher competencies to understand and communicate with students. The definitions of main concepts, contents, methodologies, and results of this study are summarized below.
▢ The definition of main concepts and the direction of the research In this research, “teacher competencies to understand and communicate with students” is defined as “a teacher’s ability to understand current significant issues of a certain student based on the student’s diverse circumstances and to share their thoughts and feelings with the student. The significant issues include cognition, moral reasoning, physical condition, and family background.” Based on the definition, we generated two survey frames that were each subdivided into two parts: levels of understanding into cognitive interpretations and empathic understanding, and levels of communication into its quality and quantity. The cognitive interpretations were classified into two divisions of academic and non-academic interpretive understandings, and quality of the
communication is classified into attentive listening and listening with open attitudes. We created survey questions based on these frames and conducted the research to learn
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K-12 homeroom teachers' understanding and communication level regarding their students. Additio


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Title Research for improving teacher competencies to understand and communicate with students
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Material Type Articles
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[Seoul]:Korean Educational Development Institute

Date 2013
Pages 7
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding Korean Educational Development Institute