Document Type

Thesis

Date of Degree Completion

1969

Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)

Department

Education

Committee Chair

William G. Gaskell

Second Committee Member

Lloyd M. Gabriel

Third Committee Member

Donald G. Goetschius

Abstract

The purpose of the study is to discover and analyze the various sizes of teaching teams, on the elementary school level, to determine their relative effectiveness with respect to the following, as perceived by teachers: 1. What team size lends itself to the greatest number of individual teacher competencies? 2. What team size contributes the most to the professional growth of teachers? 3. What team size offers the most to the student's growth and development? The purpose of the study is to discover and analyze the various sizes of teaching teams, on the elementary school level, to determine their relative effectiveness with respect to the following, as perceived by teachers: 1. What team size lends itself to the greatest number of individual teacher competencies? 2. What team size contributes the most to the professional growth of teachers? 3. What team size offers the most to the student's growth and development?

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