Towards a Pedagogy of Humanizing Child Education in Terms of Teacher-Student Interaction


  •  Yi-Huang Shih    

Abstract

By reading and analyzing related studies, this article investigates methods for humanizing child education in terms of teacher-student interaction. It is hoped that this study will allow teachers to understand the essence of child education, to become better educators and humanizing child education, so that students can develop a healthy body and mind and become better citizens in the future. The suggestions are as follows: (1) teachers' instruction must fit each child, (2) it must be understood that all children have their own talents, (3) there must be a connection with the child’s real learning experiences, (4) teaching should pertain to the child's interest, (5) teachers must recognize the child’s nature, (6) oppressive educative relationships between teachers and students must be eliminated, (7) children must be allowed to learn through their own experiences and discoveries and (8) teachers must think in a humanizing way.



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  • Issn(Print): 1927-5250
  • Issn(Onlne): 1927-5269
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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