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The need of building bonds between
teacher - student
 Academic performance and student’s
behaviour- depends on the quality of
teacher-students bonding.
 Overcoming student’s learning problem
and increases learning perfomances
 Strict teachers (with suitable limitation),
practices democratic and friendly
leadership will be respected.
 Students will have space to express
feelings, ideas and opinion on learning
 Teacher able gives support, feedbacks and
suitable advices.
Importance in building teacher-
student relationships
In the perspective of a teacher
 enhances the teaching-learning process,
motivates the teacher to teach.
With good relationship, students will be
able to cooperate with teachers, obey
rules and easy to control.
 Teaching and activities will be effective
and fun if students cooperate with
Increases the teacher’s image, and positive
self confidence.
In the student’s perspective
 More interested to learn
 Able to express their problem and give
 Increases student’s academic achievement
 Students be motivated intrinsically
Factors affecting teacher-student
 Body language and presence
 Teacher’s behaviour
 A good role model
shows interest and sincere in teaching,
practices 2 way communication,
emphatizes, uses suitable language, able to
remember student’s names.
 A good learning environment in the
- A neat, tidy and beautiful classroom
- Able to attract student’s attention in class
- A classroom that motivates, gives student the
learning spirit.
- A well equipped classroom with resources.
- A classroom that encourages student’s
potential to be developed
Brainstorm session
 How do you build positive relationship
with your students ?
 Let’s do brainstorming now .
Strategies in building positive
relationship with students
 Call students by their names
 Instill values – create a class motto
 Share our responsibilities
 Make realistic expectations for students
 Show concern and sincerity
 Uses sense of humour in communication
A teacher must be skillful
Speaking skills
Listening skills
Non-verbal skills
Speaking skills
 Uses the right grammar for language
 Uses the suitable vocabulary that enable
students to comprehend according to
their abilities
 Uses strategies that enable students to
understand what their teacher is
explaining such as giving emphasis on key
words, repeating phrases
 Practice good communication and prevent
 Speak in a moderate speed, not too fast
or too slow
 Plan and use logical thinking skills before
You and I messages
 Why are you being so negative ?
 You did not do what you said you were
going to do ?
 You are not very considerate.
 You are not very helpful in the group
 I’m angry that this has gotten so negative
 I don’t like it when promises are broken
 I’m hurt when my feelings aren’t taken
into account.
Being Assertive
Assertive style :
Express your feelings, ask for what you
want and say ‘no’ to things you don’t
 Evaluate your rights
You have the right to make mistakes and
to change your mind
 State the problem to the person invovled
in terms of its consequences for you.
I’m having a problem with your humming
in class. It is bothering me, so please
don’t do it anymore.
 Express your feelings about the particular
situation. Use I messages
 Make your request
Listening skills
 Pay attention on what students is saying,
non-verbal communication can be helpful
 Paraphrasing
 Synthesizes information and themes
 Gives good, clear, fast and resourceful
Non verbal communication
 Lift an eyebrow to disbelief
 Clasp their arms to isolate or protect
 Shrug their shoulders when they are
 Wink one eye to show warmth and approval
 Tap their fingers when they are impatient.
 Slap their forehead when they forget
Practices a caring culture
 A caring culture is formed when all the
members in a community are able to care
for the welfare of their people, able to
have open and honest communication
amongst each other.
Strategies on building teacher-
student relationship
 Respect
 Authentic
 Caring
 Integrity (emotion) – teacher are
accountable in when dealing with students
problem and able to guide them
 committed