Relationships Between Teaching Practices and Student Outcomes

Published in: Global Teaching InSights: A Video Study of Teaching, Chapter 7, pages 266–286 (November 2020). doi: 10.1787/c2c5e8c3-en

Posted on RAND.org on February 17, 2021

by Sy Doan, Kata Mihaly, Daniel F. McCaffrey

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This chapter explores how the three domains of mathematics teaching described in prior chapters (classroom management, social-emotional support and instruction) are related to three different student outcome measures (academic achievement, personal interest in mathematics and self-efficacy with mathematics).

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