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Introduction. The relationship between teachers and pupils. The principles of teacher’s behavior with pupils. Mission of teacher. The needs of young people with emotional and behavioral difficulties (ebd). Rules. Everyday school rules. Rules between teachers and pupils. School pupils should behave better in future. Conclusion.

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In any society and indeed in all cultural settings, teachers have an upper hand in molding children's behavior. This could be in traditional informal settings, on the job training or in formal academic learning. Whatever, the case may be, teachers try to impart skills and knowledge to their pupils. In all cases the teachers must demonstrate love and warmth to be able to play their role effectively.
An effective teacher is one who understands children well. Teachers must know that children are human beings. They have feelings. They have power to think and learn, and like all human beings, they can grow mentally depending on what is available in their environment. Relationships are very important for child’s development. Teachers have to realize that it is the environment that differentiates one child from the other. If for instance, one child performs well or badly at school, the teacher is expected to show interest in the child either by encouraging the child for better future performance or leading the child through special assignments as corrective measures towards successful end. For better results, children themselves have to participate in setting and following school rules and regulations. There are every day rules, rules for pupils how to behave with other pupils, with teachers, rules for teachers how to behave with pupils. Also, I’ll speak about problems in relationship between teachers and pupils.
Unfortunately, the relationship that exists between teachers and pupils is commonly hostile. In most cases it does not help children learn or improve school discipline.
Too many teachers still use sticks and other severe physical punishments such as slapping, kicking, knocking heads against walls, forcing pupils to walk on their knees and the like.
Fortunately there are also teachers who adhere to their professional code of conduct. They have the love, the courage and the care necessary to sustain school discipline. We need to applaud them and follow their example.
II. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHERS AND PUPILS:
1) The principles of teacher’s behavior with pupils.
Society is in constant change, but there are some basic public rules that should not change with people's whims. One of them is the relationship between teachers and pupils. No more than 10 years ago, parents deferred to the authority of teachers and students feared the wrath of their teachers more than that of their parents. Nowadays many young people no longer esteem their teachers. It is believed that a teacher's job is not simple and is completely unlike that of others. A teacher is a guide who teaches young peoples how to live up to their potential, follow the right path and live in happiness. A teacher, namely, is a person who is as important to young peoples' lives as parents. Therefore, a teacher should act ethically and be able to lead the steps of students in the right direction.
However, some teachers have forgotten their duty and lost their authority. It is unfortunate that our teachers provide occasion for public discussion these days. There have been several cases of serious physical punishment and abuse, sexual harassment and graft cases that have teachers at fault, also cases of taking bribes. Now is a critical time for schools to make radical reforms, instead of condemning the students for their bad behavior and blaming them for the moral laxity of their teachers.
Parents are also to blame for these events. Because students spend half their day at school, a teacher's influence is often bigger than that of parents over the life of students. Unless parents respect their children's teachers, their children will also fail to respect their teachers. Parents should encourage their children to feel esteem for their teachers. However, if our children know that parents give bribes to teachers, which teachers accept, will they really be able to admire their teachers? The role of parents is to help maintain harmony between teachers and their children, not between teachers and themselves. Parents must also try to keep within the basic rules of society.
Everybody would agree that many teachers deserve respect and that many have became disheartened to hear of some teachers' thoughtless acts. The most important problem here is that the overall dignity of the teaching profession has been damaged. Some people may think that this opinion is a very conservative one, but it is believed that it is a view that naturally occurs given that the relationship between teacher and disciple is sacred. Teachers must treat their students with love and nurture them as if they were their own children. If teachers conduct themselves in an honorable way while trying to understand their students, the admiration for teachers by students will be generated without the artificial prodding of our society (3). ...

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Tinklalapyje paskelbta2006-11-10
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