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View the PDF document Teacher and student perceptions of the characteristics of an effective teacher : a case study of a secondary school in Tonga
Author: Nau, Anyalene Kahealani Helen
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M. Education
Subject: High school teachers | Rating of | Tonga High school teachers | Tonga | Attitudes, Student evaluation of teachers | Tonga Teacher effectiveness | Tonga Teacher-student relationships | Tonga
Date: 2018
Call No.: Pac LB 1777 .4 .T6 N38 2018
BRN: 1371790
Copyright:20-40% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission

Abstract: This study sought to bring to light the characteristics of an “effective teacher” for the Tongan secondary school, as perceived by Tongan teachers and students within the case study context of Liahona High School in the Kingdom of Tonga. A combination of qualitative approaches and lenses, including Appreciative Inquiry, were utilized to: 1) focus on what is currently working in the classroom, 2) ensure that participants’ voices were valued, and 3) ensure a genuine flow of culturally authentic concepts emerged.
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