The Contribution of Homeroom Teachers' Attachment Styles and of Students' Maternal Attachment to the Explanation of Attachment-like Relationships between Teachers and Students with Disabilities

@inproceedings{Granot2014TheCO,
  title={The Contribution of Homeroom Teachers' Attachment Styles and of Students' Maternal Attachment to the Explanation of Attachment-like Relationships between Teachers and Students with Disabilities},
  author={David Granot},
  year={2014}
}
Over the past 25 years, numerous studies have sought to explore the ways in which the quality of teacher-student relationship develops. Such relationships are considered particularly significant in the case of students diagnosed with learning disabilities (LD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The study involved 65 dyads of Israeli homeroom teachers and their students (mean age = 10.9) with disabilities (LD, ADHD, and LD/ADHD comorbidity) in regular educational settings… CONTINUE READING

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