Teacher - student relationships across teaching careers of Turkish EFL teachers
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CitationÇetin, Ş., Ellidokuzoğlu, H. ve Doğan, S. (2014). Teacher - student relationships across teaching careers of Turkish EFL teachers. Educational Research and Reviews. 9(20), s. 1037-1045.
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between teachers' professional experience and students' perceptions toward the course and the teacher. Fourteen high school teachers of English as a foreingn language (EFL) and 436 students participated in the study. Teachers had a professional experience of either two years or less or twenty years or more. Results showed that experienced teachers were perceived by students as significantly more co-operative than new teachers. There was no significant difference between influence behaviors of experienced and new teachers. Students' perceptions of relationships with teacher had a significant effect on their affect toward the course and the teacher. Effect of proximity was higher for both forms of affect.
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- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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