6 Ways to build meaningful online teacher-student relationships

As a teacher, one of the greatest joys is seeing your students’ eyes light up when they learn something new. We’ve all had that teacher who made us like a subject simply because their personality and enthusiasm were enough to spark an interest in anything.

A good teacher-student rapport positively impacts students’ learning outcomes, motivation, and socio-emotional development. Even in these uncertain times, when schools operate at least partially online, students have expectations about what online lessons should be like. Some might prefer more interaction with their teachers and thrive in a classroom environment with ample collaboration opportunities. Others might be more comfortable with remote learning.

Teaching remotely can be tricky since building relationships in a virtual classroom is a skill that comes with experience. Wherever you are in your online teaching journey, you can still make the best out of any situation.

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