Describe The Relationship Between A Student And Teacher
important role in learning such as family and community. Interviewee 3 agrees with the two interviewees however he also believes television, internet and newspapers play an important role in education.
All Interviewee’s describe the relationship between a student and teacher as the most powerful element in the learning environment as the relationship can affect how students learn, achieve, perform and develop. Interviewee 3 explains that students spend more time with their teachers than their parents and this is why teachers should set a good standard, develop trust and friendship.
The interviewee’s state home experiences should be included in the classroom as it is an essential part of learning for educators to identify and implement the best strategies for each student. Interviewee 1 states educators need an understanding of each student’s cultural heritage and encourage students to be aware of different cultures. This will make students feel a sense of belonging to the learning environment.
The interviewees believe curriculum should not be enacted the same as not all students learn at the same pace, some have special needs, behavioural problems and speak English as a second language. There is no one size fits all approach to curriculum as students backgrounds and learning styles would impact the way they view the curriculum.
Interviewee 1 states she fell behind in class due to a disinterest in the way her teacher’s taught, she required a more creative, hands on…