Graduate Degree Type
College of Education
Ellen L. Schiller
Relationships with students continue to be a focal point for increasing student success. Fostering positive relationships is a basic principle for helping students feel supported, which provides better engagement for academic achievement. As teacher-to-student relationships continue to provide positive achievement for students there are additional relationships that need to be considered. Research has shown daily check-ins and morning family circles create opportunities for students to feel positively supported and influence students’ education. This project explores the benefits of relationships between teacher-to-student, student-to-student, and family-to-student relationships in order to actively advance students toward academic success.
Wallach, Matthew, "Relationships Equal Student Success" (2023). Culminating Experience Projects. 400.
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