Student Relationship In Education

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INTRODUCTION. Standard dictionaries define a university as an educational institution of the highest order, being a corporate body of teachers and students and providing facilities for teaching and researchers as well as offering undergraduate and graduate programs and bestowed degrees. A student is defined as a person who studies or investigates; and faculty or academic staff is described as being related to branches of learning or the learned professions (Oxford English Dictionary, 1933). Values are standards or ideals with which we evaluate actions, people, things, or situations. Beauty, honesty, justice, peace, generosity are all examples of values that many people endorse. In thinking about values it is useful to distinguish them into…show more content…
This type of relationship is highly important in terms of determining the student’s values both in professional and social roles. Teachers play an important role in the trajectory of students throughout the formal schooling experience (Baker, Grant, & Morlock, 2008). Improving students' relationships with teachers has important, positive and long-lasting implications for both students' academic and social development. Solely improving students' relationships with their teachers will not produce gains in achievement. However, those students who have close, positive and supportive relationships with their teachers will attain higher levels of achievement than those students with more conflict in their relationships. This is in terms of a higher self belief, more success due to the higher self belief, quality advice from faculty, better recommendations and reference and finally employment opportunities are…show more content…
The main basis of this relationship is friend. Friendship in this case opens a lot of angles in terms of molding the values of an individual. Friendship, at its most fundamental level, mirrors any social relationship, as it is defined and constrained by certain moral parameters. Further, it serves an important function as an arena in which morality is learned, tested, and refined. In this sense, morality can be accurately viewed in a relational context, as moral issues such as loyalty, trust, commitment, and honesty are prominent features of any close relationship, and serve as a foundation for the constant struggle that accompanies moral growth. (Bukowski 238). Through the moral growth of an individual the influences of the friends can me seen in every individual. Friends tend to share their beliefs and values. Through this good and bad values are transferred to the friends as they learn from each

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