Exploring student- teacher relationships in an academic environment.

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1. Improved relationship with teacher allows for ability to be easily redirected, encouraged to interact, promotes consistent assertive responses with academic achievement (Rhodes, 2000)

2. Positive teacher-student relationship is now very scarce and is obviously lacking (Karuppaya, 2008)

3. Above trends in school and socio-economic conditions, declining academic performance, attendance, self-concept, for both boys and girls, students who had a lower satisfaction and lower achievement are at higher risk of dropping out (Lessard, Poirier, Fortin, 2010)

4. Social cognitive theory suggests importance of social support, student focused needs, and promotion of learning by building a cohesive classroom environment(Hansen, 2018)

5. The effects of teachers’ attitudes on students’ personality and performance (Mucella Uluga, Melis Seray Ozdenb, Ahu Eryilmazc, 2011)

5.1. The teacher, through either positive or negative attitude in communication with students and in how he/she reflects this, directs the shape of their lives, has a positive or negative effect on the attitude shown toward themselves or the public in general, affecting development of the ability to communicate, research and be creative (Ataunal, 2003)

5.2. Responsibility for character development

6. Form of relationship that is charactered by mutual acceptance, understanding, warmth, closeness, trust...(Melor Md Yunusa, 2011)

7. Self-regulated learning: from teaching to self-reflective practice (Schunk, Zimmerman, 1998)

7.1. Pressure to maximize student academic performance that increases teacher stress and lower performance.(Domitrovich et al., 2016)

7.2. Alternative program adjusted due to student journals and feedback, suggestion, and need

7.3. Creates purposeful careers, stronger bonds/relationships, emphasizing validation, emotion identification, compassion, patience, and works to explain behavior for awareness. Shows the influence on emotional-behavioral disorder but not on ADD & ODD -- Interesting for thought (Marlow, Garwood, & Van Loan, 2017)