Date of Award
Master of Arts in Communication Studies
First Reader/Committee Chair
Grant, Jo Anna
This project aims to help teachers learn how to connect with their students of different cultural backgrounds. It is written to help teachers understand how cultural differences can have an unseen effect on student learning and immediacy. In turn, these effects can lead to a lack of motivation and lower levels of success in college obtainment. This project will also have a handbook to help teachers learn about their students’ backgrounds and understand how culture plays a role in the learning process. The handbook will review understanding the demographics of the school, cultural mismatch, cultural communication, and instructional communication. These topics are geared to help teachers gain an understanding of the challenges their students face. When teachers are engaging in the handbook sections and working to overcome educational obstacles, their students may have greater academic success.
Arteaga, Michael Anthony, "HANDBOOK ON TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS" (2017). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 574.
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education Commons, Community College Leadership Commons, Family and Consumer Sciences Commons