Learn good practices to improve the relationship with teachers

Learn good practices to improve the relationship with teachers When we enter a college, it becomes our second home. We spent most of the d...

Learn good practices to improve the relationship with teachers

When we enter a college, it becomes our second home. We spent most of the day there, not counting extracurricular activities, hours of study in the library ...

If faculty becomes our second home, it is not too crazy to say that teachers become our "parents of knowledge."

But not always the day to day between student and teacher is harmonious. Disagreements always arise and that is why we have selected some tips for you to improve the relationship with your teachers and have a quiet academic life and of course a good performance.

More talk, less complaint
What we want here is dialogue and not parallel conversations, okay? Good conversation is always the best way out of disagreements. Besides avoiding behavioral problems (when a student or a teacher implies one with the other the relationship becomes unbearable), having a frank dialogue with teachers helps in our growth as a human being.

Facing the problem ahead shows to ourselves and to others that we are mature and that we are not there for fun.

But avoid having this conversation during a class or close to other students. Embarrassment at this time does not help at all.

More interest, less doubts
Do you know when you have the impression that one or more teachers does not do much of you? Does not he look you in the eye when he talks or never choose you to answer a question?

Well, this happens for several reasons that we will not discuss here. Our goal is to solve the problem and not go deeper into it. Regardless of the reason for this "disdain", the solution is to be more present in class and to have the least possible doubt at the end of it.

Participate more in the class, make considerations during the explanation of the teachers, ask, ask your questions. Hardly a teacher can ignore an interested student. Not to mention that your chances of academic success increase greatly when you become a participatory student.

More opening, less ugly face
At some point in academic life some teacher will correct you or make a criticism. Have patience and do not frown. It may not seem like it, but in most cases it wants to help you grow.

Be more open to criticism and do not fret when corrected. Pay attention to guidance, because we learn much more when we make mistakes than when we succeed.

Being prepared for criticism and knowing how to receive them is a great opportunity to grow emotionally and professionally.

More sympathy, less dislike
If gentleness generates gentleness, sympathy generates sympathy. And who does not want a nice, light and happy teacher?

Avoid being harsh with the teachers, after all he is being paid to teach you and you need more of him than he does from you.

There are some situations where you need to train sympathy and education. No one knows everything and it is very common for teachers to make mistakes and it is also normal for teachers to correct them.

But beware, when correcting a teacher, be nice and educated, because everything that goes around and you will not want to return the dislike of who is responsible for making you a good professional, is not it?

Improving the relationship with teachers has no secret. Always think that behind that teacher there is a human being like you who also expects education, sympathy and interest.

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