Teacher–student interpersonal relationships in Indonesia: profiles and importance to student motivation

  title={Teacher–student interpersonal relationships in Indonesia: profiles and importance to student motivation},
  author={Ridwan Maulana and Marie-Christine J. L. Opdenakker and Perry den Brok and Roel J. Bosker},
  journal={Asia Pacific Journal of Education},
  pages={33 - 49}
This study was designed to investigate the distribution of interpersonal profiles based on students' and teachers' perceptions and to examine the associations between students' perceptions of teacher interpersonal behaviour and learning motivation in Indonesia. Participants were 1900 secondary school students (grades 7 to 9) across 66 (Mathematics and EFL) classes from 11 public schools in Indonesia. The results show that a variety of interpersonal profiles could be distinguished, that teachers… 
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