Tuesday, Feb 28 2023

Academic achievement implies quality relations

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Scientific Articles

  • Pakarinen, E., Lerkkanen, M. K., Viljaranta, J., & von Suchodoletz, A. (2021). Investigating bidirectional links between the quality of teacher–child relationships and children’s interest and pre‐academic skills in literacy and math. Child development, 92(1), 388-407. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13431
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Good relations may influence positively academic achievement. Academic results and school climate go together; quality relations could help achieve that.

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