Building Relationships with Students – Buh Bye Data!

Data is important in education for a number of reasons, but schools can get so consumed in the numbers that teachers and administrators forget about the human being behind them. Building meaningful relationships with students means removing the data and addressing the person, letting students know that they matter with AND without labels.

What are some things you do to build meaningful relationships with students?

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Check out other pieces from this Tutu Tuesdays Series:

  1. Cultivating the Student and Teacher Relationship
  2. Make Room for Student Strengths
  3. Creating a Virtual Space in Education – Why Representation Matters
  4. The Power of Elevating Student Voice
  5. Creating an Ideal Classroom Learning Environment

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