Situational and personal interaction quality between the caregiver and the child using the GlnA-E evaluation tool
Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,
2019, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages -
AbstractThe GlnA-E Evaluation Tool ("Gestaltung von Interaktonsgelegenheiten im Alltag-Evaluation"; see Weltzien et al., 2017) represents the improved version of a video-based observational and reflective tool for research projects in everyday practice. This paper first presents an overview of the theoretical constructs and features (scale and item properties) of GlnA-E's three scales. It then offers situational and personal correlatives of interaction quality in everyday teaching. It turns out that the tool can be employed for a wide range of settings, group situations, and age ranges, and that the caregivers�" interaction-related skills vary widely. A slight positive impact on interaction quality was observed for interactions with younger children (up to four years of age) and so-called "onlookers".
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