Australian based international pathways to higher education: Associations between learning environment and primary language, cultural background, age, sex, program of study and attitude
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The purpose of this first and unique study into Australian based international pathway learning environments was to develop an International Questionnaire on Teacher Interaction (IQTI) to investigate associations between teacher-student interpersonal behaviour and student cultural background, sex, age, program of study and attitude. The new instrument was found to be valid and reliable. This study found that associations do exist between student perceptions of teacher-student interpersonal behaviour and the factors investigated in this study.
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