Teacher–Student Interaction

Many of us, those of us how have chosen education as a profession, can think back to a teacher who was exceptionally influential in our school experience or even in our life's direction

Joshua M. Englehart

2009

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  • Many of us, those of us how have chosen education as a profession, can think back to a teacher who was exceptionally influential in our school experience or even in our life's direction
  • You probably learned a lot of subject matter from this teacher, and this teacher was likely very knowledgeable, but chances are that these are not the reasons why this teacher made such a difference. Chances are that this teacher's exceptional ity lies with how he or she interacted with students
  • The fact is that a definite thread of similarity runs through teacher preparation programs; teachers generally enter the classroom with comparable training in content and pedagogy
  • The way that teachers interact with their students is a prominent factor in differentiating one from the in terms of impact

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