Love Languages in the Classroom

How can you change the way you show your students that you care so that THEY actually feel it?

How can you use love languages to build your relationships in the classroom? While love languages is typically used in romantic relationships, the concept can be carried over to help understand why some students don’t feel, necessarily, appreciated when you use words of affirmation. What other ways can you show appreciation to your students so both you and they can feel reinforced, loved, and cared for? How can you bring a new kind of communication into the classroom beyond the common use of praise that might not be how your student wants to be loved? Use of love languages increases connection, engagement, and strengthens relationships.

 

 

 

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