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Teacher

relationship between teachers and students
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Pious Thalakottour

on 19 February 2014

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“Secure teacher-student relationships predict greater knowledge, higher test scores, academic motivation and fewer retentions and specified referrals.”
Science Daily – June 30, 2009
Find something positive about even the most challenging student and let them know it
Show belief, trust and high expectations
Make the classroom a “safe place”
Not be sarcastic
Be sure that they experience some success each day
Use “we” and “our” to describe the classroom community
Other Techniques
“There is a directly proportional relationship between teacher connection to students and the likelihood the students will learn at a higher level and accomplish quicker.”

California State University System, 2010
The Research
Feedback should be:
Constructive
so that students feel encouraged and motivated to improve
Timely
so that students can use it for subsequent learning and work to be submitted
Focused
On achievement, not effort
Fostering of independence
So that it leads students to be capable of their own
assessment
Teaching is more than training

Teaching is more than forcing students to study and do their schoolwork

Teaching is a relationship a teacher has with his/her students

Let’s look at some ways we can cultivate this relationship
Students want teachers who care about them and are not afraid to show that caring
Sometimes this is scary because we feel we give up a sense of control when we show caring
Actually we gain power when we show we care…sometimes you gain power by giving it away
Caring
Stay calm and speak quietly
Acknowledge and validate the feeling
Show interest
Give time for student to “calm down”
Be aware of responses and don’t take it personally
Be prepared to truly listen
Handling Challenges to the Relationship
Notice that the 5 Steps are based on instruction
Like discipline, you can’t separate relationships from instruction
You are a teacher…you instruct for a living…your relationships must be based on instruction and the connection you establish with students in the arena of the classroom.
Based on Instruction
Step 3
Getting down to Task
Have resources available
Be organized
Be flexible
Pay attention to student’s interest level
Keep it lively
How to Establish Positive Relationships in 5 Steps
Step 1
The Greeting
Warm
Confident
Be in the same mood today as yesterday
NOT
Irritable
Grumpy
How to Establish Positive Relationships in 5 Steps
Step 1
The Greeting
Warm
Confident
Be in the same mood today as yesterday
NOT
Irritable
Grumpy
How to Establish Positive Relationships in 5 Steps
Research aside, common sense tells us that a student who feels more comfortable in a school, classroom and with a teacher has a better chance of performing at their best
Common Sense
“A significant body of research indicates that academic achievement and student’s behavior are influenced by the quality of the teacher-student relationship.”
“…73% of students in the study who were low achieving, perceived their teachers as thinking poorly of them.”

Englishpage.com, 2010
The Research
“…relationships…more powerful and less expensive way to improve student’s success.”
“…students with positive attachments to their teachers and schools have higher grades and higher standardized test scores.”
The Research
How can we best relate to our students?

Discuss examples…
Teaching is more than training
Teaching is more than forcing students to study and do their school work.
Teaching is a relationship a teacher has with his / her students Let’s look at some ways we can cultivate this relationship
Feedback should be:

Constructive
so that students feel encouraged and
motivated to improveTimely

so that students can use it for subsequent learning
and work to be submitted

Focused
On achievement, not effort
Fostering of independence
So that it leads students to be capable
of their own assessment
Feedback should be:

Constructive
so that students feel encouraged and motivated
to improve Timely
so that students can use it for subsequent learning
and work to be submitted

Focused

On achievement, not effort fostering of independence
So that it leads students to be capable of the assessment


Discuss …
RESEARCH

“…relationships…more powerful and less expensive way to improve student’s success.”
“…students with positive attachments to their teachers and schools have higher grades and higher standardized test scores.”
“Secure teacher-student relationships predict greater knowledge, higher test scores, academic motivation and fewer retentions and specified referrals.”
Science Daily – June 30, 2009
The Research
“There is a directly proportional relationship between teacher connection to students and the likelihood the students will learn at a higher level and accomplish quicker.”

California State University System, 2010
The Research
“A significant body of research indicates that academic achievement and student’s behavior are influenced by the quality of the teacher-student relationship.”
“…73% of students in the study who were low achieving, perceived their teachers as thinking poorly of them.”

Englishpage.com, 2010
Common Sense
Research aside, common sense tells us that a student who feels more comfortable in a school, classroom and with a teacher has a better chance of performing at their best
How to establish positive
relationships in 5 steps

Step 1
The Greeting
Warm
Confident
Be in the same mood today as yesterday
NOT
Irritable
Grumpy
Based on instruction
Notice that the 5 Steps are based on instruction
Like discipline, you can’t separate relationships from instruction
You are a teacher…you instruct for a living…your relationships must be based on instruction and the connection you establish with students in the arena of the classroom.
Other Techniques
Find something positive about even the most challenging student and let them know it
Show belief, trust and high expectations
Make the classroom a “safe place”
Not be sarcastic
Be sure that they experience some success each day
Use “we” and “our” to describe the classroom community
Handling challenges to the relationship

Stay calm and speak quietly
Acknowledge and validate the feeling
Show interest
Give time for student to “calm down”
Be aware of responses and don’t take it personally
Be prepared to truly listen
Caring
Students want teachers who care about them and are not afraid to show that caring
Sometimes this is scary because we feel we give up a sense of control when we show caring
Actually we gain power when we show we care…sometimes you gain power by giving it away
God bless
you all...

Step 3
Getting down to Task
Have resources available
Be organized
Be flexible
Pay attention to student’s interest level
Keep it lively
BUILDING
POSITIVE
RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN
TEACHER
AND
STUDENT
 "Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire." --William Butler Yeats
Step 2
Establishing the Relationship
Teacher sets the scene, not students
Have and follow a routine.
Give students choices about assessments and assignments
Be a real person.



Children are like wet cement,
whatever falls on them makes an impression.


Step 4
Briefly provide a synopsis of how the lesson went
Provide students with your thoughts on their behaviors and your performance
Be more positive than negative
Step 5
Reflect and Plan
Briefly reflect on the personal and academic interactions
Plan for future lessons with these thoughts in mind
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.
- Aristotle
How to establish positive relationship in 5 steps
Step 1
The Warm Greeting
Confident
Be in the same mood today as yesterday
NOT Irritable & Grumpy

How
Teaching is the one profession that
creates all other professions.
-Unknown
To review our working style
and identify ourselves
To improve ourselves as a better teacher
and a better human being
Showing
personal
interest
Sharing
personal
information

Being friendly-Pleasant out look
Having a sense of humor
take time to enjoy them
life become less stressful
having a good rapport with students
effectively communicating our desires
and adaptations lifeskills- hoonesty, integrity,
cooperation, dedication, perseverence
understanding is not just parting of information
& knowledge from one generation to another
but also about understanding and interacting
with human beings.
first understand, then react.
A retreat to ourselves
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