The Impact of Teacher Student Relationship on the Academic, Behavioral and Socioemotional Growth and Development of Students Aged Pre-K to 12
Fostering strong relationships with students is a pedagogical approach which can benefit both students and teachers. This research analyzed the application of this methodology in classrooms with students aged pre-k to 12. Based on this research, teacher student relationships can positively benefit student outcomes in academic, behavioral, and social emotional areas. The findings show how to establish these strong relationships, how relationships are a tool for classroom management and how relationships affect student motivation.
Arrascue, Graciella, "The Impact of Teacher Student Relationship on the Academic, Behavioral and Socioemotional Growth and Development of Students Aged Pre-K to 12" (2023). Education Theses. 7.
Early Childhood Education Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Elementary Education Commons, Secondary Education Commons
Baccalaureate degree in Educational Studies
Thesis Supervisor: Amy Leshinsky, Ed.D.