Reflection Of Teacher-Student Relationships

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Introduction
As an instructor, there will be lots task for me to keep on top of—lesson plans, checklists, meetings, paperwork. It can become inconvenient to us so that we start to feel overwhelmed. However, I will strive to try to see the bigger picture. The relationships I construct in my classes have to be my priority. As a teacher, there are numerous approaches that I will cultivate and maintain relationships with my students, scholars’ parents, employers, and colleagues. Principal, through retaining and developing a relationship with Jesus, I will shine His light into all my relationships by displaying a" character that will be godly only to the extent that we allow God to mold us." McCullough, J.D. (2008). Pg. 15

Teacher-Student Relationships
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I feel it is necessary and imperative to be respected by one 's fellow teachers. I recognize that it is essential that Co-workers must be teammates, not adversaries. I will endeavor to take heed to the wisdom received with the aid of veteran teachers. I recognize that some of their concepts may appear to be old-fashioned, but I will not readily dismiss their skill and expertise. I will undoubtedly ask questions and take heed of the results. Each person working in your school has an assortment of knowledge and aptitudes. I will get to know each one, so I am better able to ask or get advice from those unique resources. Cooperation and teamwork may appear to be hard work and take a lot of effort. It is not easy, but ultimately, it is worth it. If I have any concerns about what a colleague has done or their ethics, I will pray for guidance and take the time to understand the issue, then more than likely I would quietly broach the topic with the person involved. “Without counsel, plans go awry, But in the multitude of counselors they are established.” Nelson, T. (2002). Proverbs 15: 22 Pg. …show more content…
As long as I maintain this relationship with Christ first in my lifestyles, spending time in His praise every day. “For though I am absent in the flesh, yet I am with you in spirit, rejoicing to see your good order and the steadfastness of your faith in Christ.” Nelson, T. (2002). Colossians 2:5 Pg. 681. Some of the approaches I will ensure teaching practices are as a result of living from a biblical point of view. Even though there will be some constraining within the confines of administrative policy in a public school system, I will be a guiding light to my pupils show them with my own God like attitude and my faith instead of merely teaching them the proper behavior through worldly philosophies. I 'll show the utmost regard and esteem for my administrators; I will also make sure that my reverence for God is evident in my actions. If I am directed to do a task that I cannot do with a clear conscience, I will respectfully take a stand for the faith. Finally, I will remain vigilant that my character and attitudes all reflect a Godly

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