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On the Influence of Online Education on Teacher-Student Relationship

  • E. Lai
  • Yansong Xue
Part of the Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing book series (AINSC, volume 161)

Abstract

With its distinctive features of openness, sharing and interaction, online education facilitates and strengthens a new teacher-student relationship which is characterized by teacher-led and student-centered characteristics. While providing an effective teaching that cannot be realized in traditional face-to-face classrooms, online education has some disadvantages in itself such as a lack of emotional communication, ineffectiveness in supervision. Therefore, to develop online education, it is necessary to draw some lessons from the traditional teaching model in maintaining a close and intimate teacher-student relationship. To that end, on the one hand, interaction between students and the teacher should be emphasized and an emotional connection between students and the teacher should be built; on the other hand, more emotional elements can be included into the online education resources so as to arouse students’ emotional participation.

Keywords

online education teacher-student relationship leading role subject status 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of ManagementTianjin Polytechinc University, TJPUTianjinChina

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