Dynamics of teacher-student relationships: stability and change across elementary school and the influence on children's academic success.

@article{Spilt2012DynamicsOT,
  title={Dynamics of teacher-student relationships: stability and change across elementary school and the influence on children's academic success.},
  author={Jantine L Spilt and Jan N Hughes and Jiun-Yu Wu and Oi-man Kwok},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2012},
  volume={83 4},
  pages={1180-95}
}
This study modeled teacher-student relationship trajectories throughout elementary school to predict gains in achievement in an ethnic-diverse sample of 657 academically at-risk students (mean age = 6.57 years, SD = .39). Teacher reports of warmth and conflict were collected in Grades 1-5. Achievement was tested in Grades 1 and 6. For conflict, low-stable (normative), low-increasing, high-declining, and high-stable trajectories were found. For warmth, high-declining (normative) and low… CONTINUE READING
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