Student/teacher relationship

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  • Teacher Student Relationship With Students

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    The Teacher-Student Relationship 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, to be taught by an older stranger 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

  • Teacher Student Relationship With Students

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    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

  • Teacher Student Relationship

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    Teacher-student Relationship Encourage the children by being enthusiastic about teaching, because if you are excited about learning the children will be too. When working with children it is important to be energetic and fun and have a good sense of humor…. Be understanding of the children’s backgrounds and concerns. Some children may be coming from broken homes. The children especially in public may not have ate a meal when they came home or may not have slept in a bed or may not even have a home

  • Teacher and Student Relationship

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    The teacher student relationship is very important for children. Children spend approximately 5 to 7 hours a day with a teacher for almost 10 months. We ask ourselves what is considered a good teacher? All of us have gone through schooling, and if fortunate had a favorite teacher. A positive relationship between the student and the teacher is difficult to establish, but can be found for both individuals at either end. The qualities for a positive relationship can vary to set a learning experience

  • The Importance Of A Teacher Student Relationship

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    Each fall, both teachers and students look expectantly toward the new year as a time of excitement and optimism. Will I be able to help my students learn as much as they can as fast as they can? Will the teacher like me? Will my students like me? With or without research or theory, each member of the class community knows the importance of the teacher-student relationship. As an administrator in an elementary school with both the highest gifted percentage in the count and a visually-impaired cluster

  • Evaluation Of A Teacher Student Relationship

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    Linda Albert (2012) mentions for students to experience a strong sense of belonging in school, they must satisfy Cooperative Discipline’s “Three Cs”. The Three Cs are Capable, Connect, and Contribute. “Three factors affect students’ ability to satisfy the Three Cs in the classroom: the quality of the teacher-student relationship; the strength of the classroom climate for success; and the appropriateness of the classroom structure” (Albert, 2012). The best way to satisfy the Three Cs through the use

  • Relationship Between Teacher And Students

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    Relationships in the classroom Building a relationship between the teacher and the student is not always easy, but it is necessary and important. In the first lecture of this course, the importance of a relationship between the teacher and the students was discussed [1]. Building a good relationship in the classroom setting is not only a tool for building a better learning environment, but also a way to make a teacher 's work matter. If the relationship between the teacher and the student is bad

  • Teachers and Students -Roles and Relationships

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    The student teacher establishes a routine that students understand and respect. Activities reflect careful thought, take into account student developmental levels, learning styles and diversity, and create situations in which students construct knowledge. The student teacher exhibits respect and consideration toward colleagues, particularly in team situations, supports colleagues' work and contributes an equal share to team efforts, The student teacher encourages and elicits interaction with parents

  • Sufi Teachers and Redefining the Traditional Student-Teacher Relationship

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    Sufi Teachers and Redefining the Traditional Student-Teacher Relationship "What does it mean-and more important, what should it mean--to be educated?" (58) A response to Spayd's begs another question. Is education the objective itself or the means to the objective? For some people education is just a degree, a piece of paper framed on the wall. One can say, a person with a diploma has received an education, but it is not certain that the person is educated. This paper relates to those individuals

  • Developing A Strong Teacher Student Relationship

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    carry relationships are the key. Relationship can be defined as, “an emotional or other connection between people” (dictionary.com). During an academic school year, as well as throughout the duration of a teacher’s career as an educator, it is important to build teacher-student, teacher-parent, teacher-administrator, and teacher-teacher relationships. Not only does a teacher have to build these relationships but he/she has to make sure that they are positive and effective relationships. Building

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