TEACHER-STUDENT INTERACTIONS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS

MST MALEKA PERVIN, NAFIZA FERDOWSH, ISRAT JAHAN MUNNI

Abstract


The main goal of this study was to investigate the influence of teacherstudent
interaction on academic performance of the students. Hundred
participants (50 teachers and 50 students) were selected through purposive
sampling technique to conduct this research. Teacher and student feedback were
measured by using the Questionnaire on Teacher Interaction (QTI) as well as
students’ academic performance was calculated by using last year grade point
average (GPA) of each student. Pearson product moment correlation was used
which indicated a positive significant correlation (r = 0.70, p < 0.05) between
teacher-student interaction and academic performance of the students. The
findings indicated the importance of teacher-student relationships to attain
academic success of the students. The results suggest providing appropriate
academic resources and aids for the teachers to meet the individual needs of their
students.


Keywords


Teacher-student interaction, Teacher-student relationship and Academic performance

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Dhaka University Journal of Biological Sciences ISSN 1021-2787 (Print) 2408-8501 (Online)