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Rosenthal & Jacobsen. Writing a summary of the research. The Aim. to determine whether teacher expectations influence student performance. Aim.

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rosenthal jacobsen
Rosenthal & Jacobsen
  • Writing a summary of the research
the aim
The Aim
  • to determine whether teacher expectations influence student performance.
  • It is important that the reader can easily (and accurately) determine the independent variable (teacher expectations) and the dependent variable (student performance).
  • Do not use the word “prove.”
  • It is important to note the most important details so that the experiment could be replicated.
most important details
Most important details
  • Students pre-tested.
  • Teachers informed of “bloomers.”
  • Students were not informed of performance.
  • Students re-tested at the end of one year.
  • Students who were identified as “Bloomers” improved more significantly on the intelligence test than the other students.
  • Results need to be an answer to the aim.
  • Both the IV (teacher expectations) and DV (performance) need to be mentioned.
  • There is no interpretation in the results. The “answer” to the aim is the concluding statement.
implications findings
  • Implications answers the question “so what?”
  • You may also evaluate the study.
implications so what
Implications: so what?
  • Teachers should not be given information at the beginning of the year that bias their teaching.
  • Teachers do a lot of unconscious actions which influence whether a student learns - regardless of the student’s intellectual potential.
implications evaluation
Implications: Evaluation
  • The student sample was culturally homogeneous - that is, it was not diverse.
  • Ethics - consent was not obtained from the parents of the children.
  • Ethics - it is impossible to determine the long-term effects of this experiment.