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Teachers' relationships with their students are crucial to student engagement and wellbeing, and provide teachers with many of the rewards of the profession.

This book provides a range of aspects to consider and strategies to use to create relationships with students that are

- productive – supporting student learning

- professional – understanding the role of the teacher and its boundaries

- protective – keeping students safe and safeguarding teacher reputation

and

- interpersonal – conveying a warm, respectful regard between two people.

In Relation to Your Students supports reflection and journal writing for classroom professionals.

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FOR AUSTRALIAN TEACHERS

Addresses the Australian Teacher Standards:

1 - Know students and how they learn;

4.4 Maintain student safety;

6.2 Engage in professional learning and improve practice;

7.1 Meet professional ethics and responsibilities.

Contents

A Teachers Relationship with students

About this book – structures for reflection and learning

Productive – enabling student learning

Professional Boundaries - scope of practice and confidentiality

Protective  - communication  (including location and community) and touch

Interpersonal - getting to know your students and respect (unconditional and personal respect, trust, assumptions)

Summary

First of a planned series

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