Journal or Book Title
Journal of College Student Development
Building on Tinto's interactionalist theory of student departure, this study examines student perceptions of faculty teaching skills as a precursor to student persistence. Using path analysis to consider this link, the findings demonstrate a significant influence of faculty teaching skills on student persistence. Theoretical and practical implications are then discussed.
Braxton, John M.; Bray, Nathaniel J.; and Berger, Joseph B., "Faculty Teaching Skills and Their Influence on the College Student Departure Process" (2000). Journal of College Student Development. 1.
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