The caring relation in teaching

@article{Noddings2012TheCR,
  title={The caring relation in teaching},
  author={N. Noddings},
  journal={Oxford Review of Education},
  year={2012},
  volume={38},
  pages={771 - 781}
}
  • N. Noddings
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • Oxford Review of Education
According to John Macmurray, ‘teaching is one of the foremost of personal relations’. This paper describes that relation in some detail from the perspective of care ethics. This involves a discussion of the central elements in establishing and maintaining relations of care and trust which include listening, dialogue, critical thinking, reflective response, and making thoughtful connections among the disciplines and to life itself. 

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