A Guideline to Respecting the Staff Members and the Administration to Students in the Educational Stages and Its Impact on Their Motivation for Academic Achievement--A Qualitative Study

Fatma El Zhraa Salem Mahmoud


The current study sought to launch a guideline for how the staff and the administration members treat students respectfully in the different educational stages. Given the importance of effective communication in the educational process and achieving the goals of learning efficiently, there is a need to develop practical guidelines for how all members of the educational system deal with students since they are the target group of the educational process.

Considering the recent global changes and the successive effects on the educational system, the practices within the education system have been similarly affected. Some students refrained from completing their scientific studies due to maltreatment by the administration or some staff members in many educational institutions. Accordingly, the motivation and passion for scientific research and learning decreased. Hence, it requires interventions by those in charge of the educational system to set ethical and academic adjustments for the staff members and administration. They should be more attractive elements for students for learning and scientific research than be factors for reluctance and expulsion outside the educational organization.

Consequently, preparing a guideline that includes practices and moral situations for dealing with the students at various educational levels may be purposeful in improving dealing with their students with respect.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v12i3.20043


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