Date of Award/Publication
MS in Literacy Education
This research project began by asking if and how student interest and instructor effectiveness impacted student performance. Research was conducted with two middle school students. The data was gathered by administering questionnaires, collecting student work, and recording observations. Findings revealed that students’ interest and their relationship with the instructor were contributing factors in successful academic performance. Therefore, the data implied that teachers need consider student interest and develop a relationship with them in order to foster student growth and success.
Sauer, Kate, "The Impact of Student Interest and Instructor Effectiveness on Student Performance" (2012). Education Masters. Paper 243.
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