COMPARATIVE STUDY RELATED TO IMPACT OF TEACHER MOTHER FOR TODDLERS
Keywords:Teacher’s Expectations, Academics, Student Achievement
It is widely accepted that teacher’s expectations affect students’ achievement. A teacher knows very well how to communicate knowledge to students according to their age, class and mental level of children. Present study is focused on finding of impact of teacher mother and non teacher mother on progress of children.
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