Interpersonal adaptation in teacher-student interaction

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PENNINGS, Helena J.M., Mieke BREKELMANS, Pamela SADLER, Luce C.A. CLAESSENS, Anna C. VAN DER WANT, Jan VAN TARTWIJK, 2018. Interpersonal adaptation in teacher-student interaction. In: Learning and Instruction. 55, pp. 41-57. ISSN 0959-4752. eISSN 1873-3263. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.learninstruc.2017.09.005

@article{Pennings2018-06Inter-44450, title={Interpersonal adaptation in teacher-student interaction}, year={2018}, doi={10.1016/j.learninstruc.2017.09.005}, volume={55}, issn={0959-4752}, journal={Learning and Instruction}, pages={41--57}, author={Pennings, Helena J.M. and Brekelmans, Mieke and Sadler, Pamela and Claessens, Luce C.A. and van der Want, Anna C. and van Tartwijk, Jan} }

Pennings, Helena J.M. Sadler, Pamela terms-of-use Sadler, Pamela Interpersonal adaptation in teacher-student interaction Claessens, Luce C.A. van der Want, Anna C. Claessens, Luce C.A. Brekelmans, Mieke Brekelmans, Mieke van der Want, Anna C. 2018-06 van Tartwijk, Jan Teacher-student relationships play a crucial role in the quality of teaching and learning. Daily interpersonal interactions in classrooms are the building blocks of teacher-student relationships. With the aim to add to insights on teaching and learning, we specifically explored interpersonal adaptation in daily interactions. Adaptation, i.e., how people respond to each other's actions and reactions, is a defining characteristic of interactions.<br /><br />We studied 35 classrooms in secondary education. Although the degree and nature of interpersonal adaptation was in general consistent with interpersonal theory, degree of adaptation varied considerably between classrooms. In classrooms with a more preferred teacher-student relationship, behaviour of teachers and the adaptation to the behaviour of their students was more in accordance with professional standards, compared to classrooms with a less preferred relationship.<br /><br />Conceptualizations and results of the present study contribute to theory on teacher-student interaction, as well as the practice of teacher professional development (e.g., video coaching). eng 2019-01-08T14:53:59Z van Tartwijk, Jan 2019-01-08T14:53:59Z Pennings, Helena J.M.

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