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    The Student/Teacher Relationship

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    The Student/Teacher Relationship School is a part of everyone's life at some point or another. Whether you only went to high school, junior high, or to college, it is something that everyone has done at some point. I have been in school for most of my life, so far, and during that time I have had a variety of teachers. Some of the teachers I had encouraged me to think on my own, and some required me to memorize vast amounts of data in order to reproduce that data on tests. Which teachers I learned

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    Teacher-Student Relationships

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    Teacher-Student Relationships First and foremost, teachers should focus on their relationship with the students, because without that bond, there is little chance of managing the classroom efficiently. Students should be aware that the teacher wants them to be successful both in and out of the classroom (Backes & Ellis, 2003). The best way for teachers to show students this desire is to exhibit a personal interest in all aspects of the students’ lives (R.J. Marzano, J.S. Marzano, & Pickering

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    Gender and the Student/Teacher Relationship

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    Gender and the Student/Teacher Relationship Some people say that school is an environment where you can learn not only the fundamentals of math, English, history, and science; but also the foundations needed to build lasting relationships. Throughout our twelve years of required education we make countless friends and acquaintances, and with them we create relationships that can possibly affect the rest of our lives. One such relationship, which is extremely influential but often overlooked

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    The Importance of Good Teacher-Student Relationships What kind of relationship should a teacher and a student have in the classroom? The answer to this question may seem like an obvious one to many because a teacher and a student should always strive to have a good relationship in order to fare well in the classroom. In fact a good relationship creates many advantages between both teacher and student. For instance, a good relationship produces a good environment within the classroom, which can

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    Student- Teacher relationships will improve

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    Student- Teacher relationships will improve From the very first day of school on, student- teacher relationships will be improved in smaller classes. Patricia Handley has been an elementary school teacher for twenty-eight years. She has had the opportunity to teach in both small and large classes. On the first day of teaching her first small class Handley comments, “I immediately noted their sense of importance; no one seemed lost in the crowd” (2002). In a small class, as the students enter

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    What Should Be the Relationship Between Teachers and Students? Classroom by definition is a place where students meet to study the same subject. A teacher, who took a leadership role in leading discussions and getting students to be involved in learning the subject taught, controlled this environment at one time. Now a days, the role of a teacher in a classroom environment has been reversed. Students are allowed to take the leadership role in creating and leading discussions. Just as roles of

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    engagement by teachers has on the teacher-student educational relationship. The review concludes that the positives outweigh the negatives for the teacher-student educational relationship when teachers and students engage in extracurricular activity. It cautions about some of the commitments required from teachers to engage in extracurricular work. Key words: Teacher, Educational Relationships, Teacher-Student Relationship, Engagement. Introduction Time is a precious commodity for teachers. Often

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    Teacher and Student Relationships

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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

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    Discussing the teacher-student relationship, Freire (1995) advocates that liberating education consists in acts of cognition, not transfers of information (p. 57). Throughout the text, he classifies two kinds of educational ideologies—the banking concept of education and “problem-posing” education. In the book, he lists several characteristics of banking theory. He argues that one feature of this educational ideology is that the teachers work as narrators in the classroom, which leads students to memorize

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    Communication in School, especially on the part of teacher-student communication. In order to proceed, we must first define the topic clearly. What I mean effective communication between teachers and students is teachers can clearly deliver his/her instruction, the knowledge, skills and value he/she would like to teach without much distortion and loss during comprehension. For example, a liberal studies teacher wants to teacher his/her students the meaning of rule of law and said its meaning is

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