Oooppss! Not too fast. Lower that raised eyebrows, close your mouth and stop staring at your screen. Dig deeper to find out.
I, for one, agree that it is not right for a teacher and student to be more than just what they should be in school. They should not be, in any way, romantically involved. This kind of relationship gets in the way of achieving the student’s ultimate purpose. So, what do I mean when I say that a teacher and student can get into a relationship?
First , I mean teamwork. Just like in sports, there must be a harmonious working ‘relationship’ between the teacher and student. They are like a team working together for the student’s goal: to ace Toeic; to speak English fluently; to sound well, etc. The absence of teamwork means the doom of the student’s goal, not to mention the stress and heavy burden it has on the teacher for having to meet the student every class time. Without teamwork, every single second feels like years and torture. So, my advice is for the student to get into a relationship, or more aptly put, to develop a sense of teamwork with his teacher to secure your goal!
Thanks for reading. More talk about this “relationship” in the coming days.