Document Type : Original Article


1 Master's Degree in Educational Psychology, Iran

2 Bachelor of Physical Education, Iran

3 Doctoral Student of Curriculum Planning, Lamard Islamic Azad University, Iran

4 Graduated in Criminal Law and Criminology, Iran


The present study has investigated the effect of the teacher's emotional relationship with the students. One of the important challenges in mathematics education is the lack of positive emotional communication between teachers and students. Unfortunately, this has caused negative thoughts and views in the minds of students and their parents regarding mathematics lessons. The continuation of this process, which means inconsistency in effective communication, has led to disinterest and even hatred and disgust of many people towards mathematics lessons. The first goal of a math teacher in the atmosphere of this course should be to establish a friendly and supportive relationship with students. Such a goal can only be achieved by the interaction between the teacher and the student. The first few days of school and the first meetings of students with the teacher are very important in this regard. Therefore, he paid special attention to it. New teachers usually hear from older teachers not to laugh in front of them until the students respect them. Because they believe that students should fear the teacher in order to respect him, but motivational theorists say that you should show students that you are interested in them and that they can trust you and if they need any help, you refer. Unlike pilots and architects or surgeons, teachers have not received intensive training in the skills of their profession.


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