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PSSW

Pang Chong Lei, See Yi Jin Eunice, Shi Jia, Wu Zexin


proudly presents

A Guide to
teacher-student
relationship
HOW TO BUILD GOOD RELATIONSHIPS WITH STUDENTS

CONTENT PAGE

1. PLANNING AND PREPARATION


Successful management of the
classroom requires purposely
forethoughts and planned designs.

2. FIRST DAY APPROACH


Establish routines to prohibit
down-time, specific structures for
beginning class, ending class,
agreeable class rules,providing
students with positive experience

3. SUSTAINING RELATIONSHIP
Understanding the needs of
students, proactively create
opportunities for interaction
Planning & Preparation
How toPrepare YourselfBefore Your Lesson

Class Routines - Before Lesson

Commanding whole-class attention at the beginning


- Students to clear away other things on the table,
leaving only pencil case and textbook
- Group leaders to collect homework and place on
teacher's desk
- Students to revise textbook content while waiting
for teacher to arrive

Class Routines - During Lesson

Transitioning between activities must be consistent,


predictable, and well communicated such as clear
and precise instructions.
- Eyes on me; Eyes on you
- One Silent Clap / Eleven Claps

Class Routines - After Lesson

End with a whole-class, teacher-directed closure


- Efficient and orderly return classroom materials
- Note down homework on student handbook
- Students to clean up their work station and ensure
the classroom is clean and orderly

Physical Classroom Setting

Seating arrangement
- Students with extra attention needed to be placed
near the teacher
- Clusters of desks to enhance interactions among
students
- Cool down corner for students' reflection
Classroom Decoration
- Displays students' work
- Birthday chart
- Reward system
FIRST DAY APPROACH
A guide to establish positive impression

START WITH SELF-


INTRODUCTION
Establishing rapport

- Introducing yourself

- Sharing of personal likes/dislikes

- Introducing your teaching subject

ESTABLISH CLASS RULES


Working out class rules with students

- Communicating rules

- Developing consequences

- Obtaining commitments

- Come to a consensus

ICE-BREAKING SESSION
Knowing the students

- Setting up of Class Dojo

- Students to introduce themselves

- Personality test

GROUPING
Seating arrangement

- Students' grouping

- Observe students behaviour

- Assigned group according to mixed learning ability


Sustaining
relationships
Form Teacher Guidance STEP
Period (FTGP)
- Establish positive
01
classroom culture
- Bond with students
through interactions and
activities

Teacher Pupil
STEP InteractionTime (TPIT)

02 - Understanding individual's
needs and feelings
- Sharing of personal
experiences
- Addressing behavioural
and emotional issues
individually

STEP
Celebration 03
- Monthly birthday
- Children's Day
- Star pupils
- Best improvement
- Level graduation

Encouragement Notes
STEP - Appreciation notes or

04 tokens
- Improvement rewards
- Extrinsic and intrinsic
motivation
- Writing commendation
letters to parents

Quality Time
- Eating together
STEP
05
during recess time
- Small talks in school
POSITIVE
RELATIONSHIP
Importance of establishing
positive teacher-student
relationship

Safe and Inclusive


- Students feel safe and
cared for - emotionally,
intellectually and
physically
- Anti-bullying measures

Trust and Respect


- Students feel a sense
of connectedness and
trust

Community of
Learners
- Students are more
forthcoming in
cooperating with you and
wanting to learn for and
from you

Overall well-being
- Overall contribute to
students sense of well-
being and learning

Big heart shapes small minds


Proudly presented by:
PSSW
Pang Chong Lei, See Yi Jin Eunice, Shi Jia, Wu Zexin