You will read an interview with a teacher about their relationship with a student. Following on this you will be asked to complete two different questionnaires. Page 1: modified STRS - SF instructions and items for use in Pennsylvania Head Start Staff Wellness Survey about your relationships with the children in your classroom in general. quality of teacher–children relationships in Head Start. Teacher-Student Relationship Questionnaire (TSRQ) Rating Scale: A Student Survey Parameters Strongly agree Agree Disagree Strongly disagree.
STUDENTS’ VIEWS ON STUDENT-TEACHER RELATIONSHIP: A QUESTIONNAIRE-BASED STUDY
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STUDENTS’ VIEWS ON STUDENT-TEACHER RELATIONSHIP: A QUESTIONNAIRE-BASED STUDY
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Educ Psychol ; 38 4: Monogr Soc Res Child Dev ; 59 Such aspects can be understood in greater depth by considering them from the ecological systems standpoint [ 27 Bronfenbrenner U. The ecology of human development: Harvard University Press The bioecological model of human development.
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Relationships between teachers and children. Educational Psychology Handbook of psychology. Many studies have drawn attention to the bi-directional perception that student and teacher have of their reciprocal relationship. An effective tool to assess such perceptions was developed by Pianta [ 31 Pianta RC. Psychological Assessment Resources Its use enables the operator to consider three vital elements of the relationship: These aspects have been considered by researchers as the fundamental constructs required for measuring the relationship.
Therefore, every new investigation instrument aims to evaluate these aspects. Predicting child outcomes at the end of kindergarten from the quality of pre-kindergarten teacher-child interactions and instruction. Appl Dev Sci ; 12 3: Classroom problem behavior and teacher-child relationships in kindergarten: J Sch Psychol ; 46 4: Finally, relationships marked by closeness become a protective factor in development, especially in cases of maltreated or abused children, or those from unhappy families.
The aspect of conflict, on the other hand, shows the presence of conflictual relationships, or indicates the absence of gratifying relationships between teacher and student. This aspect is therefore believed to measure the degree of negativity in the relationship, becoming a stress factor for the child in class. Relationships marked by a high level of conflict can give rise to many behavioral problems [ 29 Mantzicopoulos P. Reciprocal relations between teacher-child conflict and aggressive behavior in kindergarten: J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol ; 37 3: Lastly, the aspect of dependency measures the level of dependency the child shows towards the teacher.
A child that is over-dependent on the teacher figure does not only express uncertainty and lack of confidence in schoolwork, but also the demand for approval and support. The children were asked to draw themselves and their teacher. Childrens representations of attachment relationships in family drawings. Child Dev ; 68 6: The coding scheme considers eight global aspects of the quality of the relationship: The application of the graphic method proved to have validity.
Other researchers suggested using the narrative method with small children in order to identify the quality of the perceived relationship with their teacher. Among the most recent narrative methods, the one developed by White [ 36 White KM. J Res Child Educ ; 30 1: The results of the study carried out by White enabled children to identify whether they felt supported by their teachers. Only a few authors have developed standardized instruments in form of questionnaire to study STRs.
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The questionnaires were distributed to students during the examination period in order to obtain a full response. It consisted of items on different aspects of student-teacher relationship for which the responses were measured on a 4-point scale. Eighty-four point one percent of students with higher and above average grades felt that expulsion from class was an appropriate means of controlling the class.
The responses to most of the items by the students were independent of their grades. This study concludes that student-teacher relationship was good in a medical school and the views of students on this relationship were independent with their academic grades. Further study which includes from 1st year to 5th year undergraduate students is required to give a broader view of student-teacher relationship in a medical school.
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Since it is recognized that the level of education in the developed world is far higher than in the developing countries, it stands to reason that education has an important role to play in the evolution of developing countries.
Our present education system indicates that knowledge should be disseminated by the teacher to students. This means that teachers select subject materials, textbooks and references, design the framework of the subject, conceptualize, analyze and synthesize the subject matter and present it face-to-face to students.
To assess the effectiveness of this transfer of knowledge, assessment methods devised ranging from tests, quizzes, assignments, and examinations to project work, are all generally based on a teacher-centered learning. The student's function is thus reduced to one of passive reception. He listens, remembers, and repeats what has been presented to produce the desired outcome. This is by far the most common approach used by most education establishments.
Whatever the teaching method is in any setup, there are two important components in the process of education and learning. The teacher and learner.
It does seem that the best teachers will promote the greatest amount of learning in students. In any interactive process, the use of a human approach plays a major role in success. Education is one such process, the success of which is influenced by student—teacher relationship.
In other words, this relationship is an essential component of the teaching and learning process. The teacher's success in facilitating learning is directly related to the quality of that relationship Postman and Weingarten ; Tiberius, ; Tiberius and Billson, This teaching is inherently interactive because it depends on interacting with active, growing minds Tiberius, ; Tiberius and Billson, Medical students demonstrate a profound capacity and motivation for learning, regardless of the quality of the teaching they receive.
There is no guarantee that the teaching styles of teacher with excellent academic skills will harmonize with the preferred learning styles of their students Peleg et al, Surveys of medical students are widely used to evaluate course contents and faculty teaching in the medical schools.