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      Propriedades psicométricas de uma escala de percepção de alunos sobre as expectativas do professor Translated title: Psychometric properties of a students' perception about the teachers' expectations scale

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          Este artigo descreve uma medida de avaliação da percepção de alunos sobre as expectativas do professor a seu respeito, visando identificar aspectos da relação professor-aluno. Participaram da pesquisa 353 estudantes de ambos os sexos, de cidades do interior do estado de São Paulo, com idades entre 8 e 11 anos. A percepção dos participantes foi obtida por meio de uma escala contendo vinte afirmações, onze positivas, que indicam boa percepção do aluno, e nove que indicam uma percepção negativa. A análise de componentes principais e rotação varimax evidenciou a existência de dois fatores, um referente à percepção negativa das expectativas do professor e outro à percepção positiva, que explicaram 38% de variância. Os coeficientes Alfa de Cronbach forneceram índices de 0,77 para ambos os fatores. Os coeficientes de correlação item-total foram todos superiores a 0,30. A escala apresentou uma boa precisão e validade, mostrando-se adequada para pesquisas escolares.

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          This article describes the analysis of an evaluation measure of students' perceptions about the teachers' expectations toward them, to identify aspects of teacher-student relationship. Participants were 353 students of both genders, 8 to 11 years of age from the interior of Sao Paulo state. Participants' perception was measured through a scale with twenty statements of which eleven were positively and nine negatively stated. Thus, the data had been analyzed through the main components analysis and varimax rotation. Two factors were evidenced, one concerning a negative perception of the teacher expectations and another with positive perception, that explained 38% of variance. The Cronbach´s Alpha coefficients provided rates of 0.77 for both factors. All the item-total correlation coefficients were above 0,30. The scale presented a good precision and validity, revealing adequacy for school research.

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                Affiliations
                [1 ] Universidade Estadual de Campinas
                [2 ] Faculdade Politécnica de Jundiaí
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                avp
                Avaliação Psicológica
                Aval. psicol.
                Instituto Brasileiro de Avaliação Psicológica (Itatiba )
                2175-3431
                April 2009
                : 8
                : 1
                : 119-129
                S1677-04712009000100011

                http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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                Product Information: SciELO PEPSIC
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                PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED

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