Teachers With Stern Voices Can Be Less Approachable

Pupils faced with a strict teacher were more likely to rebel.

Children find teachers with stern voices to be less approachable.

A study from the University of Essex and University of Reading, showed "controlling sounding voices" didn't gain cooperation from 10-16-year-olds.

The research, involving of hundreds of children, found pupils faced with a strict teacher were more likely to rebel, and were less likely to reveal they were facing problems such as bullying. 

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