Relationships in Learning

Relationships in Learning

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What would you say is the most important attribute to being a good teacher? The knowledge needed on the subject you teach? The ability to maintain control and discipline of a classroom? Being up to date on the current issues children face? All important aspects. However undoubtedly at the top of that list would be the ability to engage and build relationships with the children you teach. Dr Bruce Perry talks on the importance of relationships and learning in this short video.

What do you think? How important are relationships to a child’s learning and to their future development….?

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