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  • The Relation Between Professor and Students is Crucial for Mentoring

    Posted by Edward on 2020-06-04 at 9:03 PM

    The relationship between the professors and students is complicated and to some extent it decides if the students are able to achieve academic success. Even every professor must be equal to every students but I think in reality as humans some professors prefer some students than others. That is why we need to discuss the relation between professor and students regarding mentoring.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrXOCLv_-Ks

    Kayson replied 2 years, 1 month ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Liam

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    2020-07-26 at 5:18 PM

    This is a very important and worthwhile topic of discussion. When we enter school, we spend most of our time with our teachers. There are a lot of stories and drama in the process. Life itself is an epic, and schooling cannot avoid a discussion of teacher-student relationships. The video above is very insightful. Hopefully we can deepen the discussion on teacher-student relationship. Because this is directly related to the success or failure of education. Education itself is closely related to people. Every teacher is a human being, just like every student, and their differences create many issues that need to be discussed, such as how to create a good teacher-student relationship and how to create a mutual relationship between teachers and students.

  • Kayson

    Member
    2020-08-17 at 1:53 PM

    I believe that there is a current lack of discussion about the teacher-student relationship that is critical to the development of education. For graduate studies, a harmonious mentor-student relationship is an important part of the training of students. Not all mentor-student relationships are a harmonious one; tension and conflict are part of the reality. How to establish a good mentor-student relationship depends not only on the teacher’s own efforts, but also on the joint efforts of the school, students, and parents to achieve it. When we shy away from talking about sensitive mentor-student relationships, we are actually leading our education into a pitfall.