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Do Teaching Practices Impact Socio-emotional Skills?

Author(s): PhDr. Václav Korbel ,
Mgr. Michal Paulus ,
Type: IES Working Papers
Year: 2017
Number: 4
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Published in: IES Working Papers 04/2017
Publishing place: Prague
Keywords: Teaching practices, socio-emotional skills, between-subject variation
JEL codes: I21, C23
Suggested Citation: Korbel V., Paulus M. (2017). ”Do Teaching Practices Impact Socio-emotional Skills?” IES Working Paper 4/2017. IES FSV. Charles University.
Grants: GAUK No. 896516: Do modern teaching practices affect motivation and educational outcomes of students in mathematics and science subjects?
Abstract: Recent studies emphasize the importance of socio-emotional skills for the success in school as well as for later economic outcomes. However, little is known how practices used by teachers everyday in classrooms impact socio-emotional skills. We show that modern practices such as working in small groups improve them. Especially intrinsic motivation and self-confidence are positively affected. Moreover, modern practices have no adverse effects on test scores. Standard practices such as lecturing or memorizing have no impact on socio-emotional skills. Splitting the sample reveals detrimental effects of standard practices on socio-emotional outcomes of boys and positive for high-achieving girls. On the contrary, both genders gain similarly from modern practices.
Downloadable: wp_2017_04_korbel

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