Evidence-Based Interventions for Teacher–Student Relationships and Student Success

This session is from the NASP 2021 Annual Convention

  • PMD: 2,3
  • Skill Level: Introduction
  • Session 5: Promoting Academic Success

Learner Objectives

This session will help participants…

  1. learn of the effects of teachers’ interactions (positive and negative) on student self-esteem, motivation, and performance.
  2. gain knowledge on the current research regarding the relationship between teacher–student interactions and academic success.
  3. learn about evidence-based strategies for school psychologists and teachers that improve self-esteem and motivation.

Description

Self-esteem and motivation can significantly affect academic performance. Teachers are often the foundation for motivation and confidence in students. School psychologists can directly influence positive interactions between teachers and students. This presentation will address: (a) The effects of teachers’ interactions (positive and negative) on self-esteem, motivation, and performance; (b) Current research on the relationship between teacher–student interactions and academic success; and (c) Evidence-based strategies for school psychologists and teachers that improve self-esteem and motivation.

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Presenter(s)

Raelyn Y. Curiel, Baylor University
Bailey E. Powers, Baylor University

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