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The Relationship of Developmentally Appropriate Beliefs and Practices of Greek Kindergarten Teachers

The Relationship of Developmentally Appropriate Beliefs and Practices of Greek Kindergarten Teachers

Date: December 1997
Creator: Syrrakou, Ioanna
Description: Sixty Greek kindergarten teachers were surveyed regarding their teaching beliefs and practices using the Teachers Questionnaire based on guidelines recommended by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. A Varimax factor analysis produced four factors for the Teacher Belief Scale and five factors for the Instructional Activities Scale. Scores on developmentally appropriate factors were consistently higher than factors classified developmentally inappropriate. Correlation between appropriate beliefs and activities was significant (r = .470); correlation between inappropriate beliefs and practices was significant (r = .475). However, developmentally inappropriate beliefs were also positively correlated with developmentally appropriate practices (r = .537). Developmentally appropriate beliefs were not correlated with inappropriate practices. Results were discussed with possible theoretical and practical implications for future research and teacher development.
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Geometric Dipylon Krater

Geometric Dipylon Krater

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Date: -0800/-0701
Creator: unknown
Description: A sculpture from Dipylon Cemetery and the Geometric Period.
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Borghese Marble Vase

Borghese Marble Vase

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Date: -0040/-0030
Creator: unknown
Description: From the Greek Hellenistic Period. Total view from West, Ariadne with Lyre, Dionysos.
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Funerary Mask

Funerary Mask

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Date: -1600/-1500
Creator: unknown
Description: From the Greek Hellenistic Period. Total from front center.
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[Mural]

[Mural]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a mural in Greece. The mural is visible in the foreground with two stone seats in front. The mural depicts a lion-bodied beast with a bird head on a red and white background.
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Dionysos with a Deerskin

Dionysos with a Deerskin

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Date: -0400/-0301
Creator: unknown
Description: Half-length from front left of Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli; from the Greek Classical Period.
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Sleeping Hermaphrodite

Sleeping Hermaphrodite

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Date: -0200/-0101
Creator: unknown
Description: Total front right of sculpture depicting a sleeping hermaphrodite. Found in Rome, Viminal Hill; from the Greek Hellenistic Period.
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Dying Niobid

Dying Niobid

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Date: -0440
Creator: unknown
Description: Found in Rome, Via Collina. From the Greek Classical Period. Total from front center.
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Dying Niobid

Dying Niobid

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Date: -0440
Creator: unknown
Description: Detail: half-length from front right of sculpture entitled Dying Niobid. Roman copy, 2nd c. AD? Found in Rome, Via Collina; from the Greek Classical Period.
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Dionysos with a Deerskin

Dionysos with a Deerskin

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Date: -0400/-0301
Creator: unknown
Description: Total from front of sculpture depicting Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli; from the Greek Classical Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
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