Teaching-Studenting Processes

Teaching-studenting processes in education are characterized by temporal affect-relations occurring between teachers and students in an education system.

Note: teaching-studenting processes are system properties which differ from teaching-studenting structures.


For examples of teaching-studenting processes in schools, see Restructuring Education Through Technology, and specifically Restructuring Through Systems Change. These examples include both teaching-studenting processes as well as teaching-studenting structures in education.

For more technical description of how to observe and analyze dynamic, temporal events, see Analysis of Patterns in Time (APT).

For exemplary studies of teaching-studenting interactions, see instructional scaffolding in which APT was used, as well as autonomy support in a Montessori classroom, and patterns in education.

For further examples of dynamic temporal events, see system dynamic properties in SIGGS.

For technical definitions of dynamic properties of systems, see ATIS glossary, especially for system events, conditional events, developing states, and relation-set, and for general system.