Title of Presentation or Performance

The Importance of Building Relationships with Students Post Remote Learning

Major

Educational Studies

Type of Submission

Poster

Type of Submission (Archival)

Event

Area of Study or Work

Educational Studies

Expected Graduation Date

2022

Location

1st floor, State Farm Hall

Start Date

4-9-2022 11:00 AM

End Date

4-9-2022 11:30 AM

Abstract

Strong bonds created between a teacher and their students within the classroom can greatly help students in a variety of ways. According to the American Psychological Association (2015), the learning process in elementary and secondary classrooms is interpersonal, comprising of both student-teacher and peer relationships. Creating connections within the elementary classroom is vital. Positive student-teacher relationships have been shown to improve student behavior and academic success within the classroom (Kudlats & Brown, 2021). The purpose of this study is to evaluate how relationships between students and their teachers impact students’ learning during a pandemic. To evaluate this topic, I gathered research studies regarding classroom relationships during my student teaching in a fourth-grade classroom. This data consisted of field notes, lesson plans, and student work. I examined my data to look for trends relating to the impact my relationships had on my students in school. Throughout this study, I dove deeper into the importance of building strong relationships with students, especially after students were remote learning.

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Apr 9th, 11:00 AM Apr 9th, 11:30 AM

The Importance of Building Relationships with Students Post Remote Learning

1st floor, State Farm Hall

Strong bonds created between a teacher and their students within the classroom can greatly help students in a variety of ways. According to the American Psychological Association (2015), the learning process in elementary and secondary classrooms is interpersonal, comprising of both student-teacher and peer relationships. Creating connections within the elementary classroom is vital. Positive student-teacher relationships have been shown to improve student behavior and academic success within the classroom (Kudlats & Brown, 2021). The purpose of this study is to evaluate how relationships between students and their teachers impact students’ learning during a pandemic. To evaluate this topic, I gathered research studies regarding classroom relationships during my student teaching in a fourth-grade classroom. This data consisted of field notes, lesson plans, and student work. I examined my data to look for trends relating to the impact my relationships had on my students in school. Throughout this study, I dove deeper into the importance of building strong relationships with students, especially after students were remote learning.