Teacher-student relationships and their impact on student success
This research project throws light on the ways to strengthen the unique relationship between teachers and students and their impact on student success. The project is divided into the most significant parts on to which this relationship depends namely, (a) meaning and importance of teacher student relationship, (b) motivation, as a vital force for continuous efforts to success for students, (c) curriculum, which helps to bring out the hidden talent of students, and (d) student engagement. The content of the project basically revolves around the techniques to reduce the gap between the teachers and students. This research project contains the basic ideas with common activities to practice in the classroom by teachers with their students. Basically, the handbook in this project is segregated into two parts, (a) strategies for healthy teacher student relationship for the educators, and (b) community building in the classroom. Community building has deep impact on students to motivate them to improve their performance through various ways. The handbook will assist the teachers in different manners to inspire their students, build trust and their successful schooling.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-1132
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