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The aim of this study is to examine positive teacher behaviours that teachers should show in the class in terms of students. The research has been designed within a general survey model. The sample of the research consists of 641 high school students. In the research, the effects of positive teacher behaviours on studentsâ€™ success questionnaire have been used as the data collection tool. According to the results of the analysis, teachers carry out planning, application and consolidation and evaluation behaviours in the classroom at a high rate. In the questionnaire, the highest average is in the planning behaviour, which explains the objectives of the course to studentsâ€™ item. On the other hand, it is noteworthy that the lowest average is in the application behaviour, which arranges the seating arrangement in a way that makes it easier for students to learn. The results of the research expected that the positive behaviours that teachers carry out in the classroom at a high rate will have a high or very high-level effect on studentsâ€™ success.
Keywords: Positive teacher behaviours, studentsâ€™ success, high school students.
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