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AutorenKutnick, Peter; Blatchford, Peter; Clark, Helen; MacIntyre, Helen; Baines, Ed
TitelTeachers' Understandings of the Relationship between Within-Class (Pupil) Grouping and Learning in Secondary Schools
QuelleIn: Educational Research, 47 (2005) 1, S.1-24 (24 Seiten)
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Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Zeitschriftenaufsatz
ISSN0013-1881
SchlagwörterForeign Countries; Learning Theories; Interviews; Homogeneous Grouping; Group Dynamics; Interpersonal Relationship; Secondary Schools; Core Curriculum; Classroom Environment; United Kingdom (England)
AbstractAs part of a project designed to provide information on the nature and uses of within-class pupil groupings for teaching and learning in secondary schools in England, this paper focuses on qualitative interviews with 20 teachers from three core curriculum areas in six schools. Interviews concerned the range and explanations for teachers' choices of group size and related teaching and learning practices. Interviews were transcribed and semantically content analysed. Results show that in some subjects (e.g. science and English) small group work formed an integral part of lessons. This was influenced by practical factors such as the need to share equipment or by the inherently interactive nature of the curriculum area (e.g. the role of discussion within English literature). In other subjects, groupings used in classrooms were dependent on individual teacher preferences. Only a few teachers considered the relation of social interaction and thinking, a dominant theme in current theories of learning. Teachers gave little actual pedagogic consideration to the learning purposes of different sizes of groupings. The size and composition of groups were heavily influenced by issues of pupil behaviour. Other factors that affected teachers' practice were the physical environment of the classroom and school seating policies. (Author).
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Erfasst vonERIC (Education Resources Information Center), Washington, DC
Update2017/4/10
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