Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/14285
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Teacher-student relationship
Gender differences
Adolescent
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2012
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Huan, V. S. L., Quek, C. L., Yeo, L. S., Ang, R. P. H., & Chong, W. H. (2012). How teacher-student relationship influenced student attitude towards teachers and school. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 21(1), 151-159.
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This study examines the influenee of both student and teaeher pereeption of the student-teaeher relationship on student's attitude towards teachers and sehool. It also seeks to explore any gender differenees in the pereeption of teaeher-student relationship between male and female adoleseents. A sample of 1,266 students (541 girls and 725 boys) from six different middle schools in Singapore partieipated in this study. Findings indicated that gender differenees were observed for certain dimensions in the teaeher-student relationship predieting their attitude towards teachers and sehool. Possible explanations
for the obtained results were suggested and implieations of the findings were also discussed.
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0119-5646X
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