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The influence of student behavior and teacher personality on teacher behavior

Trude J. Unger

The influence of student behavior and teacher personality on teacher behavior

by Trude J. Unger

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Statementby Trude J. Unger.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 40181 (L)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 222 leaves.
Number of Pages222
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Open LibraryOL2162273M
LC Control Number88893527

If Jennifer is ready to donate one of her kidneys to anybody who needs it, she is demonstrating _____ behavior. altruistic Hiroko's fifth-grade teacher was disappointed when he performed poorly in math.   The importance of a positive teacher-student relationship: it can boost good behavior in teens for up to 4 years Each child will respond differently to a teacher’s style and personality. Our study shows that once a child develops an impression of a teacher, one way or the other, it can have significant long-term effects on their behaviour.

  In some cases, however, the fit between teacher and child temperaments is not so positive, and both student and teacher are frustrated and unhappy. Imagine Kevin, a Slow-to-Warm-Up boy, in a fast-paced, frequently changing classroom where the high-energy teacher is quick, intense, and expects fast responses from students.   Not only do teachers influence student behavior, but students influence teacher behavior as well. 4. Teaching: Teaching is an intimate contact between teacher, a more mature personality and student is less mature personality. In the process of education, teacher helps in developing the student personality by his intimate contact. 5.

Ignoring: When the student displays a problem behavior, the teacher 'ignores' the behavior (that is, the teacher does not give the student attention for the behavior). Loss of privileges: The child is informed in advance that he or she can access a series of privileges (e.g., access to games to play, the opportunity to have 5 minutes of free. There's also evidence that supportive student-teacher relationships influence the way kids get treated by peers. In a study of American school children, kids who were actively rejected by their peers at the beginning of the school year experienced less bullying later on -- if they had better-than-average relationships with their teachers.


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The influence of student behavior and teacher personality on teacher behavior by Trude J. Unger Download PDF EPUB FB2

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the influence of teacher’s behavior plays an important role in the academic achievement of students. A teacher has to. Behavior of teacher reflects in his or her student’s future and professional life.

So the good behavior is important for both teacher and student. A teacher should feel proud to be called a teacher, this gives confidence to the teacher and he can teach comfortably to his students.

Impact of Teacher Personality to Student Learning Words 7 Pages Series II – Step 5 How Teacher Personality and Style Affects the Growth of Self Confidence Adapted from the book, Creating Confident Children in the Classroom: The Use of Positive Restructuring.

An interrogative study was conducted with the purpose to evaluate the impact of teacher personality on student's academic performance. In this regard, structured and pre-tested professional. The emphasize of student centered educational topics is usually on the effect of teachers’ attitudes on students’ academical success with a lack of lifespan developmental perspective.

A teacher with his teaching methods and furthermore with his attitudes and behaviours, provides his students to gain a mentally healthy personality and to Cited by: In addition, we could not apply personality questionnaires to students in order to control the teacher-student personality fit.

Conclusions. The case method is an extraordinary teaching method that can be as effective as the more traditional lecture methods for business administration by: 3.

What does Ms. Rollison need to understand about student behavior. Page 3: Classroom and Teacher Influences on Behavior. In addition to being aware of how culture influences behavior, teachers should also realize that there are classroom factors that influence students’ behavior (e.g., organization, predictable schedules).

This paper examines the relationships among these three constructs — school context, student attitudes and behavior, and achievement — using longitudinal data from a large-scale high school reform effort.

The analysis is exploratory in nature, in that it tests one particular hy-pothesis about the relationships among these Size: KB. How Teacher Personality and Style Affects the Growth of Self Confidence Adapted from the book, Creating Confident Children in the Classroom: The Use of Positive Restructuring.

Pierangelo/Giuliani: Research Press Introduction More and more, teachers are becoming a primary influence in children’s lives, and in some cases. a host of others. Personality has been defined in many ways by many psychologists who wrote on the concept. According to Feldman () in Daminabo (), Personality is the sum total of the characteristics that differentiates people, or the stability of a person's behavior across different situations.

InFile Size: KB. This is unfortunate, as teacher perception is one of the factors influencing the extent to which certain student behavior is a problem in the classroom (Alter, Walker, & Landers, ).

The role of the teacher in this movie is quite great, because usually the teacher cannot do so much, especially in changing the students’ behavior. In the reality, the teacher just transfers the knowledge to the students. One of appreciations to literary work is an award.

AlthoughFreedomFile Size: 85KB. The teacher management variables will be significantly contributing to student outcomes.

However, there are various teacher management styles which will influence the student outcome differently. For example, a contingent teacher will have a positive influence on student performance and better development of File Size: 1MB.

The article covers the area of nonverbal (NV) behavior, especially the expressive behavior of instructors in higher education and its effects on students. Two conceptualizations focusing on instructors’ expressive behavior are presented – “teacher enthusiasm” and “teacher immediacy.”Cited by: knowledge in a classroom setting, the teacher does the work of guiding the learner through social interactions (student - teacher, student - student) to gain experiences that are worthwhile for social living in the larger society".

Frazer (), defines teaching as an activity which is aimed at presenting certain. Research on teacher personality is based on the assumption that the teacher as a person is a significant variable in the teaching-learning process. Personality influences the File Size: 58KB.

While some previous research (e.g., Jerome et al. ) reported possible effects of early teacher–student relationships on behavior over up to 8 years, our findings did not consistently support long-term effects beyond one year.

Specifically, teachers who reported having a more positive relationship with specific students at age 10 only Cited by: There are certain personality traits that help teachers and students succeed. Success may mean different things for different people. Teachers and students who hold the majority of the following characteristics are almost always successful regardless of how success is : Derrick Meador.

testing a social-cognitive model of moral behavior: The interactive influence of situations and moral identity centrality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97 (1), – Aquino, K., & Reed, A.

II (). The influence of teacher-student relationships on learning is clear: learning is enhanced when teacher-student relationships are strong. Research overwhelmingly suggests that students of varied ages, experiences, and backgrounds who perceive their teachers to be supportive of their needs and interests are more engaged, more motivated, more self-directed, and more socially connected at school.

Student–Teacher Relationships. It is well established that the quality of children’s relationships with their teachers in the early grades has important implications for children’s concurrent and future academic and behavioral adjustment (Howes, Hamilton, & Matheson, ; Hughes, Cavell, & Jackson, ; Meehan, Hughes, & Cavell, ; Pianta, Steinberg, & Rollins, ).Cited by:   Teacher Perceptions of Classroom Climate.

Based on social learning theory (Bandura, ), the social climate of the classroom can significantly impact the development of student behavior as well as how teachers interact with classroom climate is a compilation of factors including social interactions between students and teachers, behavioral and academic expectations, as well as Cited by: theory may help teachers understand and influence student motivation to learn academic course content.

The purpose of this paper is to identify teacher behaviors which apply the pre cepts of Expectancy theory in order to enhance student motiva tion to learn in the classroom.

Research A wealth of early research demonstrated the validity and reliabil.