What is the law on teacher student relationships?
Not allowed. in some states it's statutory rape regardless of their ages. The teacher will lose her job for sure.
Not a good idea...
Hans. Gehrig has written: 'Lehrerverhalten in Konfliktsituationen' -- subject(s): Parent-teacher relationships, Teacher-administrator relationships, Teacher-student relationships
Alexander Berzin has written: 'Relating to a spiritual teacher' -- subject(s): Buddhism, Doctrines, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Teacher-student relationships, Spiritual life, Teacher-student relationships 'Wise teacher, wise student' -- subject(s): Doctrines, Buddhism, Teacher-student relationships, Spiritual life 'Taking the Kalachakra initiation' 'Introduction to the Kalachakra initiation'
This is against the law for most student and teacher couples. When it is not against the law it is against school policy and will get teacher fired and student expelled.
Ishmael J. Baksh has written: 'Studies i Newfoundland Education and Society' 'Teaching strategies' -- subject(s): Interaction analysis in education, Teacher-student relationships, Student evaluation of teachers 'Teacher expectation and the student perspective' -- subject(s): Interaction analysis in education, Teacher-student relationships
Sri Chinmoy has written: 'A true disciple' -- subject(s): Hinduism, Religious aspects of Teacher-student relationships, Spiritual life, Teacher-student relationships 'The Outer running and the inner running'
30 students per teacher maximum
IN what sense? Relationships? friends? or more of a student-teacher relationship? x
Friendly behaviour with respect to each other
Ned A. Flanders has written: 'The classroom behavior of teachers' -- subject(s): Interaction analysis in education, Teacher-student relationships 'Interaction analysis in the classroom' -- subject(s): Interpersonal relations, Teacher-student relationships
Francis T Pozzi has written: 'A study of student and teacher cognitive styles' -- subject(s): Cognitive styles, Teacher-student relationships
If a teacher is talking about a student to the class while the student is not in the classroom is that breaking a law?
Not Breaking a Law, but... Teachers talking about a student to the class while the student is out is not breaking any laws, but unless the teacher is saying something brief and good about the student, it is definitely in very poor taste and judgment.
Eigil D. Pedersen has written: 'Student characteristics and the impact of perceived teacher-evaluation on the level of educational aspiration of adolescents' -- subject(s): Student aspirations, Teacher-student relationships
Sura Hart has written: 'The No-Fault Classroom' -- subject(s): Classroom management, Teacher-student relationships, Effective teaching 'The compassionate classroom' -- subject(s): Interpersonal communication, Teacher-student relationships, Effective teaching, Classroom environment
You two will be found out (probably by one of your mortal enemies) and he/she will threaten to give you away if you don't give him/her what they want. They will tell somebody and the teacher will be thrown in the slammer all because he had to resort to a student to get some.
No, this is a violation of student privacy. A teacher or a professor is violating the law if they tell a student personal information about another student. If that other student finds out, they can go to the DA and press charges and they can sue the teacher and the school for the violation of the student's privacy.
Jane M. Bailey has written: 'Implementing student-led conferences' -- subject(s): Teacher-student relationships, Portfolios in education, Parent-teacher conferences
That depends on the currcumstances. For example if a student does something that a teacher finds annoying they sometimes talk about it to other teachers. But if a student tells a teacher personal information teacher are not supposed to tell anybody if a student tells a teacher personal information and the teacher tells someone the teacher could get fired. However if the teacher is worried about a student they may tell someone out of concern… Read More
Barak Rosenshine has written: 'Teaching behaviours and student achievement' -- subject(s): Academic achievement, Teacher-student relationships
NO WAY!!!!! if a student is 18 or older they can get in trouble with the law and hope that they have pretty good lawyer.
Yes: until such time as that student is of legal age in state law.
To be honest, no it is not okay. If you and your teacher are in a relationship it is not good. If anyone catches you together and acting in a sexual way the teacher can be fired from the job. Just try to act in a normal student-teacher way, otherwise consequences will follow. These things just end in tears...
Rhonda J. Philpott has written: 'The learning team' -- subject(s): Teacher-student relationships, Parent-teacher conferences
Helge-Ulrike Peter has written: 'Die Schule als soziale Organisation' -- subject(s): Educational sociology, Interaction analysis in education, Teacher-administrator relationships, Teacher-student relationships
Because he was having a relationship with a student (aria) and that is against the law to have a relationship with a student if your a teacher.
Manfred Kolbe has written: 'Erziehungsintentionen und Lehrerverhalten' -- subject(s): Teacher-student relationships
E. Hall has written: 'Human relations in education' -- subject(s): Teacher-student relationships
Dan L. Burrell has written: 'Perspectives in Christian education' -- subject(s): Church schools, Parent-teacher relationships, Teacher-student relationships, Christian education, Classroom environment 'It doesn't take a village'
David A. Hannah has written: 'Student-institution legal relationships in colleges and universities in the common law provinces of Canada' -- subject(s): Student-administrator relationships, Universities and colleges, School discipline, College students, Law and legislation, Legal status, laws
John Stephen Kastran has written: 'Analysis of Black students' clothing behavior as it affects initial teacher-student impression situations in secondary schoools' -- subject(s): Clothing and dress, Teacher-student relationships
Jacquelyn Lee Frost has written: 'Rate of student participation in college student ratings of instruction' -- subject(s): Statistics, Teacher-student relationships, Student evaluation of teachers, College students, Student evaluation of curriculum, Rating of
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Virginia Lee Stamler has written: 'Faculty-student sexual involvement' -- subject(s): Teacher-student relationships, Sexual harassment in universities and colleges
Paradox of The Court: A law student agrees to pay his teacher after winning his first case. The teacher then sues the student (who has not yet won a case) for payment. (This is not as paradoxical as it appears. The teacher's suit must fail because the student has not won a case. However, if the teacher sues the student a second time, the teacher should succeed, since the student has now won his first… Read More
If a teacher has a relationship with a student it could help a student with their grades and behavior status.A teacher could favor a student and give him/her special treatment like no behavior reports or proper grading.However,some teachers are not like that though.It is fine to have a relationship with a student, but you must be able to control what you do and do not do with the student around others. (For sexual relations you'll… Read More
Farwell speech to the teacher from a student
Ann Ledgerwood has written: 'Teacher behaviors and self-concept development in early childhood education' -- subject(s): Teacher-student relationships, Self-perception in children
Donna Barmish Goloff has written: 'The nature of task systems and their relationship to teacher goals' -- subject(s): Aims and objectives, Education, Teacher-student relationships
Both because a teacher cannot teach without a student and a student cannot learn without a teacher.
Susan Carol Van Dyke has written: 'The effects of three different organizing centers on teacher-student behaviors' -- subject(s): Curricula, Interaction analysis in education, Physical education for children, Teacher-student relationships
Evelyn Carswell has written: 'Open sesame' -- subject(s): Open plan schools, Teacher-student relationships
Joan Gaustad has written: 'Gangs' 'Implementing looping' -- subject(s): Educational change, Teacher-student relationships
A teacher should be a student because a teacher also learns from the students
Yes it is acceptable and quite normal because it is very different from a student and teacher dating relationship. You're both mature. If however this relationship should take place in Michigan, tread carefully. Under Michigan state law, literally, if the university student was ever a student in the district where the secondary teacher works, the teacher can be prosecuted under Michigan's Sex Offender laws.
David A. Pelcovitz has written: 'The parenting path' -- subject(s): Judaism, Child rearing 'Child abuse as viewed by suburban elementary school teachers' -- subject(s): Child abuse, Law and legislation, Teacher-student relationships
Francis Henry Johnson has written: 'Changing conceptions of discipline and pupil-teacher relations in Canadian schools' -- subject(s): Teacher-student relationships, School discipline
Student: Teacher! Teacher: Yes? Student: Would you punish me for something that I didn't do? Teacher: Of course not. Student: I didn't do my homework.
Andrzej Janowski has written: 'Kierowanie wychowawcze w toku lekcji' -- subject(s): Leadership, Teacher-student relationships
Hill M Walker has written: 'Teacher social behavior standards and expectations as determinants of classroom ecology, teacher behavior, and child outcomes' -- subject(s): Interaction analysis in education, Teacher-student relationships
The student teacher ratio is 11:1.