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The Analysis for The Effect of Classroom Climate on The Students of Primary Teaching
Author(s)
P. Kızılhan
Keywords
Classroom Climate, Success, Learning Enviroment, Hidden Curriculum, Primary Teachers.
Kızılhan, P., (2018). The Analysis for The Effect of Classroom Climate on The Students of Primary Teaching, MANAS Journal of Social Studies (MJSR), 07 (04), pp: 37-57
Abstract
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of classroom climate on students’ success. Teacher support, involment, affiliation, order
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