Positive Relationship With Students Essay

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1. Here are three examples of ways a teacher can build a positive relationship with students:
a. Making clear relationship between student and teacher is one of respect. This important so the student knows that you are their mentor and you are on their team. You want them to be successful and see it through that they are successful. Always be the student’s personal cheerleader!
b. Knowing about the student’s home life is important when building a relationship with the student. By knowing about the student’s family and how the student is treated at home can help you gage how/what a student will do in your classroom. Also, you might be able to predict what altercations you can make in order for that student to reach his/her full potential while
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Lastly, knowing the student’s intellectual needs. All kids do not learn at the same rate. Therefore, knowing how quickly a student picks things up will create a positive relationship because you will be able to keep the student accountable and give his extra attention when he needs it. By doing that you can figure out what learning strategies will helps them thrive in the classroom.
2. I decided less than a month into school that I was not meant to be a teacher. I love kids dearly and I love that I would get the opportunity to change life’s; however, I have decided to be bold and chase after a dear that I use to be scared to try. Once I realized that failure is apart of life and that I just might fail at engineer, I decided that I had to at least try. I will always have a special spot in my heart for teaching and teachers although I do not plan on making it my career.
3. The biggest positive I see in being a teaching is being able to encourage children and make each child feel special. As a cheerleader, it comes naturally to be to be extremely positive and encouraging. I would love to watch as a child finally learns the object lesson and becomes proud to be a student. One thing that I view as a negative for teachers is the salary. I firmly believe that teachers show be making millions each year due to the about of heart and effort that is put into their job. Most people do not understand how difficult it is to teach children and the salary does not mirror that
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Here are three ways a teacher can create a positive learning environment:
a. One way to create a positive learning environment is by making sure ALL students feel safe as soon as he/she walks into your classroom. Regardless of the student’s home life, each and every student should feel free to be who they are without judgment when in my hypothetical classroom.
b. Another way to create a positive learning environment is being “with it”. By this I mean that the teacher is award of where each student is academically. I should know which student is struggling with which topic at all times. This creates a positive learning environment because you wont be able to help the child reach his/her potential if you do not know where they are struggling.
c. Lastly, making sure all of the student in the classroom know the expectation of respect. Respecting the teaching, respecting each other and respecting themselves. The students in my hypothetical classroom will NOT put each other down and they will surely not put themselves down. I am trying to promote a positive self image to all students in turn promoting positive relations between peers. And the students most respect the teacher else they will not learn anything; neither life lessons nor

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