Author(s): Cothran DJ, Hodges Kulinna P, Banville D, Choi E, AmadeEscot C, , Cothran DJ, Hodges Kulinna P, Banville D, Choi E, AmadeEscot C,
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Abstract Teacher beliefs are a major influence on teacher actions. Because context influences beliefs, it was the purpose of this study to explore teachers' beliefs about Mosston's Spectrum of Teaching Styles from an international perspective. Over 1,400 teachers from 7 countries completed a survey related to their self-reported use of and beliefs about various teaching styles. Data suggested a shared core of reproduction teaching style use. The use of and beliefs about the production styles of teaching were more varied. Teachers' use of styles was significantly related to their beliefs about the styles.
This article was published in Res Q Exerc Sport
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