Associations between teacher-student interpersonal behaviors and student stress in english language classes
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CitationÇeçen, S., Serdar Tülüce, H. ve Görkem, Ş. (2013). Associations between teacher-student interpersonal behaviors and student stress in english language classes. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, Association of Talent under Liberty in Technology. 2(2), s. 64-71.
This study explores the associations between student stress and teacher‐student interpersonal behaviors in the foreign language classroom. A sample of 114 students studying English at a private university in Istanbul, Turkey, participated in this study. Data were collected by the Student Stress Inventory (SSI) and the Questionnaire on Teacher‐Student Interaction (QTI), which is designed to assess the interpersonal behaviors of the teachers and the interaction with the students in the classroom. The results reveal that student stress is significantly associated with the dimensions of QTI. In particular, there are negative associations with oppositional teacher behaviors such as being uncertain, admonishing and dissatisfied, and positive associations with cooperative behaviors such as understanding, helpful/friendly attitude and showing leadership. Additionally, the only variable that can predict student stress is identified as students’ perceptions on the dissatisfaction of their teachers.
SourceInternational Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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