Knowing me, knowing you: Teachers applying emotional knowledge of themselves and their learners. Eamonn Pugh, University of Cumbria (candidate seeking M.Phil to PhD transfer) [email protected] The problem.
(Tickle, 1991; Hayes, 2003; Zembylas, 2003; O’Hanlon, 2005, Kreminitzer, 2005)
(Sutton and Wheatley, 2003:328)
Please advise/question me about my methodology for Cycle 3 (particularly empowerment of participants and data collection/analysis).
I aim to:
I could feel it going wrong at an early point and I was mad at myself.
With more background knowledge, I’d have been more relaxed and confident. Being observed is nerve-wracking enough, but not knowing what youwere looking for...
Findings: Correlation between improved EI and performance against QTS standards, but no causality; some socially-desirable responses.