Dean, L.G. and Kendal, R.L. (2015) 'Subjectivity may hinder the application of Kline's teaching framework in comparative contexts.', Behavioral and brain sciences., 38 . e38.
We welcome Kline's attempt to develop an overarching framework to allow much needed collaboration between fields in the study of teaching. While we see much utility in this enterprise, we are concerned that there is too much focus on the behavior of the teacher, without examining results or costs, and the categories within the framework are not sufficiently distinct.
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