The Construction of a Harmonious Relationship Between Teachers and Students to Improve the Actual Effect of Moral Education

Ren FU


The dramatic changes in society today, education and the corresponding change. The change of the relationship between teachers and students becomes one of the focus of attention of change. For teachers’ career and personal happiness, relationships with students and interactive communication are undoubtedly the most important aspect. The knowledge, feeling, idea, the realization of moral education depends on the interaction between teachers and students, only in the condition of good relationship between teachers and students, teachers and students to maintain a positive, equality, balance of interpersonal interaction, to improve the actual effect of moral education, to implement education teaching, students can grow up healthy, teachers can feel the happiness of education.


Harmonious relationship between teachers and students; Harmony and moral education; Democracy and effectiveness

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