Student Engagement: The Most Important Factor Affecting Pupil

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Year of publication 2014
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
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Faculty of Arts

Description This study is concerned with the question of the nature of instructional communication and its effect on pupils' learning. The belief that the interaction and communication between teachers and pupils has a significant impact on pupils' educational results is one of the basic axioms of pedagogical science. As indicated in Kersen-Griep et al. (2006) interpersonal communication is always a factor hindering or facilitating pupils' learning. That is why there is a continuous effort to empirically verify what effects in the relation to learning generate different types of interaction and communication strategies of teachers, as there are different ways of conceptualizing both interaction and learning.
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