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Published on December 8, 2008

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Chapter 3: Research on Teaching Physical Education : Chapter 3: Research on Teaching Physical Education Tony LaMalfa PE 350 Dr. W. Connor September 19th, 2008 Expectancy Effects What are Expectancy Effects? : What are Expectancy Effects? Expectancy Effects deal with the relationship between: Teacher Characteristics Student Expectations of Students Achievement Again, what are Expectancy Effects? : Again, what are Expectancy Effects? Expectancy Effects deal with the relationship between: Teacher ____________ Student __________ of Students ___________ For example… : For example… …if you set a high level of expectations … …students will have room to grow and succeed. But… : But… …if you set a low level of expectations … …students will have no motivation to improve! Also! : Also! Keep in mind that “…teacher expectations and the amount and type of attention they give students are also related to the characteristics of students.” (Rink, pg. 57) When you set Expectations… : When you set Expectations… One of two things happen: *Your expectations will be fulfilled – leading to feelings of accomplishment. OR *Your expectations will not be fulfilled – leading to disappointment. Slide 8: Unless?!… You display the ability to compromise!! : You display the ability to compromise!! And... : And... …if you are able to compromise with the students while maintaining high expectations and an appropriate level of classroom management… Slide 11: …You build rapport!!! But wait…there’s more!!! : But wait…there’s more!!! If you successfully build rapport with students, you increase the likelihood that they will… …MEET YOUR EXPECTATIONS!!!! : …MEET YOUR EXPECTATIONS!!!! Last time, what are Expectancy Effects? : Last time, what are Expectancy Effects? Expectancy Effects deal with the relationship between: _______ ____________ _______ __________ _________ ___________ One more word from our pedagogical guru… : One more word from our pedagogical guru… “What is clear from classroom research is that students achieve more when teachers believe that they can achieve.” (Rink, pg. 56) Do you believe your students will succeed? In conclusion… : In conclusion… It’s OK to set a high level of standards as long as you are able to ___________ with students. Once you have done so, you can begin to build ___________ between you and the students. And with that said, students will be more likely to reach your _________________________________!! Text Reference : Text Reference Rink, Judith E. (2006). Teaching physical education for learning, (5th ed.). New York: McGraw Hill Thank you! : Thank you!

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