Gender bias of student evaluation - of male and female teachers in primary schools
by Negassa, Tolera
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This book addresses gender bias of student s evaluation of their teachers. Students' bias of teachers could be derived from the deep rooted cultural embargo of the community. In a traditional society boys' involvement in the community is accepted as patriotic, while girls' or women s work is often undervalued, and ignored. The position, praise and expectations given to boys and girls in the community have a significant influence on the behaviour portrayed at schools. The relationship boys have to their female teachers and girls to their male teachers could be the reflection of their community. Teachers methods of teaching, warmth, behaviour or attitude and feedback are particularly important for the reaction of boys and girls to their teachers.
Tolera Negassa Danki is a pedagogic and educational psychologist by profession. He has served at different levels of educational institutions in Ethiopia. Now he is as senior Assistant Professor at Adama Science and Technology University. He has also served at different positions at Adama Science and Technology University.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
18 January 2012
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.005 m; 0.186 kg