Life and Education Built on Trust
Keywords:Trust, education philosophy, teacher-student relationship, psychology, pedagogy.
We cannot have a healthy relationship or career without trust. However, virtually all of us can bring to mind a scenario where our trust has been broken, but if we do not have trust, it will be more challenging to communicate and coordinate with our friends, colleagues or live. Trust is also essential when administering student-teacher relationships. Trust is your most important principle in creating a strong student-teacher relationship. Creating trust can decrease complexities and build life a lot easier for ourselves and students. Distrust can especially be dangerous in an educational setting. So how can teachers ensure distrust has no home in their classrooms? The main aim of this study was to find out how to develop trust come out with results providing insight to the question, especially in education, from a psychological perspective. What are trust and distrust? How does it occur? What factors are associated with it? The findings suggest that the use of trust in teaching and learning may benefit them in many aspects, such as human relationships. The results proved that the occurrence of trust is improved with understanding, and therefore may be a more efficient way to hearten self-confidence and trust acquisition.
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