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Crystal Sears - Building Constructive Relationships

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Crystal Sears

on 19 August 2013

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Transcript of Crystal Sears - Building Constructive Relationships

Education is about students...
walking through the open doors...
of opportunity that they may not see right now
...
but they are there.
but they are there.
Dr. Crystal Sears, M.A., LLPC
can build a
constructive
relationship
By building rapport with students
One class session at a
time
How do I develop a constructive relationship
with my students?
Here are some ways...
Relationships
Showing Respect
Having a positive attitude!
and by being
approachable!

You can
connect with
me no matter
where I
am! :)

...there are many other ways
I build a constructive relationship
with my students....
...You will notice the moment you walk through the virtual door to my classroom.
Dr. Crystal L. Sears, M.A., LLPC
drcrystalsears@timetostartliving.org

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11
Working together with students to build a dynamic classroom and a lasting learning environment.
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