Learning how to build and maintain productive profes- sional

Learning how to build and maintain productive profes- sional relationships with the people in one’s care is no simple matter, yet many assume that this is a natural rather than learned capacity. Someone can be described as “good with people” or a “people person,” but being “good with people” in purely social interactions is not … Continue reading “Learning how to build and maintain productive profes- sional”

Learning how to build and maintain productive profes- sional relationships with the people in one’s care is no simple matter, yet many assume that this is a natural rather than learned capacity. Someone can be described as “good with people” or a “people person,” but being “good with people” in purely social interactions is not the same as cultivating relationships in a professional role. The apparently natural aspects of the professional work—evident in the frequent observation that teach- ers are born, not made—creates [sic] additional challenges for professional education.

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