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Teacher - Student Relationship (The Relationship Teaching Model) By Ass. Prof. Dr. Diyar Hussein Tahir M.B.Ch.B.-F.I.C.M.S.Psych. Dept. of psychiatry, College of Medicine, College of Medicine, Hawler Medical University. Hawler Medical University.
What is the importance of Teacher - Student Relationship (The Relationship Teaching Model)…..?
So much emphasis is being placed on: How to engage students in effective, profitable learning experiences. How to engage students in effective, profitable learning experiences. How to support the teacher’s ability to provide students with an opportunity to share in this knowledge. How to support the teacher’s ability to provide students with an opportunity to share in this knowledge.
We draw different conclusions when several students are struggling rather than just a few...??? So it is essential to observe: * Is the instruction appropriate for the students’ language & learning needs? * What is the relationship between the teacher and students?
Teacher - Student Relationship or Relationship Teaching Model (RT): It involves the incorporation of a number of techniques designed to enable teachers with differing personalities & varied teaching styles to develop human relationship skills that can lead to increased the student effort and participation.
Relationship Teaching Requires New Ways of Thinking and New Roles…!
1- Believing in what you teach and teaching what you believe creates a powerful role model for our students. -Brenda Hurbanis Some general principles:
2- Student success is the engine that pulls the train. -Richard Niewerth
3- Treating students as adults capable of making decisions about their education, will create an environment that fosters participation in class and in the community. -Michael R. Edwards
4- To be successful in the workplace, you have to be confident and secure in yourself. -Ashley Moore
5- A good setting for everyday is good, but flexibility lets me survive. -Queen Williams
6- Try to see materials through students eyes, with simplicity and plain speech. -Ben Brink Decrease Physical Distance
7- When I stop having fun, then I ’ ll stop teaching. -Rita Gress
8- The ordinary teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. -Stephanie Russ Penn
Lessons from great teachers
9- The best tool to inspire students for me is to share my own life experiences. Learning occurs when knowledge is applied in real-life situations. -Mari Omori
Ways to build up good teacher–student relationship: 1- Sharing of the teacher’s personal informations: - As your name, degrees, teaching period……..etc. 2- Showing +ve attitude & personal interest toward students: As to give the students an opportunity to “introduce” themselves, attend games or performances with them, avoid criticize the students in front of their peers, & remember …there are NO really silly questions!!! 3- Recognizing the student accomplishments 4- Assisting the students with community As by doing researches in the community or doing works …..etc. 5- Teachers should have rich knowledge, open ear & have more personal interactions and communication.
6- Demanding Academic Rigor - By informing the students with the schedule of office hours & the grading system. -Build a curriculum and strategies which promote new insights and intellectual power for all students. 7- Utilization of Multiple Instructional Methods; through: - Paperless classrooms - Satellite transmission, videotape and internet instruction - Students teaching peers, small groups - Team teaching 8- Providing prompt feedback to the students Is important for student motivation and for revealing needs for subsequent learning. As by quickly returning the grades & offering a constructive criticisms.
Types and modules of relationship
1. Equality 2. Mutual trust 3. Friendly working relationship 4. Mutual respect 5. Mutual concern 6. Partnership and mutual dialogue Characteristics of good teacher-student relationship
Benefits of good teacher, student Relationship: 1- Makes students feel happy, & so leads to more effective learning 2- Enhances students motivation & so facilitates self-directed learning. 3- The learned skills & communication, enables students to build up a harmonious relationship in dealing with others. 4- Makes students attend the lectures regularly 5- Improves the students’ emotional well being & self–esteem.