The influence of interaction in the «teacher-pupil» system on schoolchildren’s learning and development (based on foreign publications) 2061
PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor, Orenburg State University, Orenburg, Russia
This article is devoted to the description of the influence of the teacher-pupils’ relationship on schoolchildren’s learning and development. Factual material is presented in favor of the fundamental importance of favorable interpersonal relations between the teacher and pupils. The problem of a negative relationship, its negative impact on academic performance, pupils’ behavior, their attitude to the learning process, peers, teachers and the school as a whole are analyzed in detail. This study demonstrates the relationship between teachers’ mental representations about the relationship in the teacher-pupil system and teacher behavior
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