Teacher Student Relationship With Students

1636 WordsFeb 12, 20167 Pages
School begins at age five, or for some even before that, and so begins the excruciating routine of waking up at an early hour to be ready to be at a place where you didn’t ask to be, and have an older stranger teach you about something you don’t understand. However, in the life of a human being this routine that goes on for years is essential to our lives, as well as those older strangers who teach about subjects that you don’t understand. Those older strangers have the responsibility to pass on knowledge to their students and the given knowledge, whether taken or not, will determine their future. Is everyone comfortable or willingly to accept the teachings of a total stranger? Of course not, therefore this total stranger has to have an identification to the students, but not necessarily just a name. Teachers must develop a relationship with their students because teacher-student relationships affect a student 's academic excellence. As a student myself I witness the rebellious outburst of students that will at no end do everything, but be productive in class. What is the root of this refusal towards learning? This resistance to education is a nature acquired from the famous phrase that “school is boring” or “school is hard” and those rebellious students disengage themselves from the class and teacher. When a child transitions into being a student there has to be an engagement to pull them into a pleasure or some sort of ambition for learning and the engagement falls under
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