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The Role of Care in the Relationship Between Teacher-Student at South East European University

Published Online: 20 Nov 2014
Volume & Issue: Volume 9 (2013) - Issue 2 (December 2013)
Page range: 113 - 132
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Journal
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1857-8462
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01 Jul 2005
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2 times per year
Languages
English
Abstract

In the education process, the student-teacher relationship has great significance, especially considering that in higher education students are enrolled from different high schools, countries, social strata and cultures. Faced with a new environment, new ways of teaching and meeting fellow students from different cultures is a difficult start for students, greater care of students by teachers would facilitate overcoming such challenges.

Respect for the student's individuality, monitoring of student progress in the educational process and recognition of student nature is the subject of study of this paper. The research was conducted at South East European University using an online questionnaire with students of different years of study, by gender, various faculties and students with different permanent residence. The online survey was also conducted with SEE University teachers to get their opinions about the topic of research. From the results obtained, we compared the views of students and teachers about teacher-student relationship from the perspective of teachers on one side and from the point of view of students from another side. From the collected data we have come to a confirmation of the hypothesis that the attitude of students towards the teacher-student relationship does not depend on the success of the student or the student's year of studies.

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