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This is a working paper on the use of Teaching Dimensions Observation Protocol (TDOP) as a tool for studying teaching in post-secondary education.  TDOP was created by the author's research program in response to the lack of structure in post-secondary observation protocols.  The paper details implementation techniques and aims to demonstrate the usefulness of TDOP as a research tool.
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Education - Applied Research
- Active Learning
- Teacher Preparation
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= Teacher Assessment
Education - Basic Research
- Teacher Characteristics
- Graduate/Professional
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© 2013 Matthew T. Hora
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TDOP
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Metadata instance created June 15, 2017 by Eric Ashby
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AIP Format
M. Hora, , 2013, WWW Document, (http://wcer-web.ad.education.wisc.edu/docs/working-papers/Working_Paper_No_2013_06.pdf).
AJP/PRST-PER
M. Hora, Exploring the Use of the Teaching Dimensions Observation Protocol to Develop Fine-grained Measures of Interactive Teaching in Undergraduate Science Classrooms, , 2013, <http://wcer-web.ad.education.wisc.edu/docs/working-papers/Working_Paper_No_2013_06.pdf>.
APA Format
Hora, M. (2013). Exploring the Use of the Teaching Dimensions Observation Protocol to Develop Fine-grained Measures of Interactive Teaching in Undergraduate Science Classrooms. Retrieved July 25, 2017, from http://wcer-web.ad.education.wisc.edu/docs/working-papers/Working_Paper_No_2013_06.pdf
Chicago Format
Hora, Matthew T.. "Exploring the Use of the Teaching Dimensions Observation Protocol to Develop Fine-grained Measures of Interactive Teaching in Undergraduate Science Classrooms." 2013. http://wcer-web.ad.education.wisc.edu/docs/working-papers/Working_Paper_No_2013_06.pdf (accessed 25 July 2017).
MLA Format
Hora, Matthew T.. Exploring the Use of the Teaching Dimensions Observation Protocol to Develop Fine-grained Measures of Interactive Teaching in Undergraduate Science Classrooms. 2013. 25 July 2017 <http://wcer-web.ad.education.wisc.edu/docs/working-papers/Working_Paper_No_2013_06.pdf>.
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