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Title: Impact of Teacher-Student Interaction on the Social Behavior of Secondary School Students
Authors: Bahoo, Rabia
Keywords: Social Sciences
Education
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Islamia University, Bahawalpur.
Abstract: The current study aimed to examine the impact of teacher-student interaction on the social behaviors of secondary school students. Profound review of related literature led the researcher to adopt QTI scale developed by Wubbels, Hooymayers and Creton in 1985. The School social behavior scale (SBSS-2) developed by Caldarella and Merrell (1997) and translated into Urdu by Loona (2002). The QTI scale measures eight dimensions of teachers’ interpersonal behavior whereas SBSS scale measures three dimensions of student’s social behavior. The 2764 secondary school students, teachers and friend of student were included in the sample by using purposive sampling technique. It was ensured that the students studying government and private prepared syllabus were selected in the sample. The instrument of QTI was translated into Urdu and validated through the opinions of six field experts. All eight subscales demonstrated high reliability of the data of Pakistani samples. Collected data were entered in SPSS files. The negative statements were recoded and results were presented in graphs and tables. Results of skewness, Kurtosis, Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin (KMO) measure of sampling adequacy and Bartlett‟s test of sphericity supported the normality of sample distribution and homogeneity of data. Principal component analysis, rotated component matrix and structural equation models validated the structures of scales and subscales. Statistical analysis of the data was done by using t-test, ANOVA, correlation coefficients and regression analysis. Findings revealed that leadership, uncertain, and strict behavior of teachers positively impact on interpersonal behavior of students’. Helpful or friendly behavior, students’ freedom, dissatisfied behavior of teachers exerts an adverse impact on the interpersonal skills of students. Result about leadership and strict behavior of teachers’ interpersonal behavior positively impact on students’ self-management skills. However, helpful/friendly behavior, students’ freedom, dissatisfied behavior of teacher exerts an adverse impact on self-management skills of students. Moreover, the results indicate the insignificant impact of understanding, uncertain, and admonishing behavior of teachers. The findings reveal that only leadership and admonishing xx behavior of teachers positively impact the students’ academic skills. Whereas, helpful/friendly behavior and dissatisfied behavior of teacher exerts only an adverse impact on the academic skills of students. In addition, the results indicate the insignificant impact of understanding, uncertain, student freedom, and the strict behavior of teachers. The study proposed that The Slogan “Mar Nehi Payar” must be abolished or changed because teachers went on a psychologically defensive position and students hold the powers against teachers. Likewise, students are relaxed and the teacher is not in the position to take output in class.
Gov't Doc #: 23547
URI: http://prr.hec.gov.pk/jspui/handle/123456789/17432
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