Teacher Stereotyping, Pupil identities, and the Halo effect

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Labelling
refers to the process of defining a group or person in a certain way - as a particular 'type' of person or group.
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Stereotyping
a generalised oversimplified view of the features of a social group, allowing for few individual differences between the members of the group.
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Halo Effect
when pupils become stereotyped, either favourably or unfavourably, on the basis of earlier impressions.
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Self-fulfilling prophecy
where people react in response to predictions which have been made regarding their behaviour, thereby making the prediction come true.
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Ideal pupil
identity includes things like hard work, concentrating and listening to teachers, performing well academically, staying out of trouble and conforming to the rules made by teachers.
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a generalised oversimplified view of the features of a social group, allowing for few individual differences between the members of the group.

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Stereotyping

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when pupils become stereotyped, either favourably or unfavourably, on the basis of earlier impressions.

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where people react in response to predictions which have been made regarding their behaviour, thereby making the prediction come true.

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identity includes things like hard work, concentrating and listening to teachers, performing well academically, staying out of trouble and conforming to the rules made by teachers.

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