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Follett Writings: The Teacher-Student Relation

Attached to this forum is an electronic copy of "The Teacher-Student Relation," which is an address delivered by Follett at Boston University in 1928. This paper was not published until 1970.

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although I am beginning my studies of Follett's thoughts, I can already see how her thoughts were anticipating what we live or are trying to live today. I'm a teacher and I'm so happy to be in this group.
I would like to receive texts from Follett that can be used in school relationships, especially with regard to participation and integration.

It would be good if someone inspired by her ideas would create such materials. However, I'm sure that there are such materials out there, even if not directly related to Follett, no?

MARIA ANGELA PEREIRA said:

I would like to receive texts from Follett that can be used in school relationships, especially with regard to participation and integration.

Yes, there are authors who deal with the subject, but this year we celebrate the centenary of Paulo Freire, the most cited Brazilian writer in educational research and there are several thoughts that converge with Follett's thought, especially with regard to freedom. I'm writing an article: From Follett to Freire: behavioral changes, changes that mark education. Therefore, I will use her text on the teacher-student relationship, in addition to the theory of integration. I greatly appreciate it and as soon as I publish the article I will post it on our network.

Hello Maria ~ Happy to find this Education Group and read your post.  I am eager to read your article "From Follett to Freire."  I just began sharing Dr. Jeff Share's work on Critical Media Literacy on LinkedIn this week.  Dr. Share is one of the co-organizers of the upcoming conference celebrating Paulo Freire and I've linked to the registration link below for anyone who may be interested.

Critical Media Literacy Conference of the Americas, 2021

Hi Maria Angela. I am looking forward to your article! 
I also speak Portuguese - so if you have anything in Portuguese, that would be lovely, too!

MARIA ANGELA PEREIRA said:

Yes, there are authors who deal with the subject, but this year we celebrate the centenary of Paulo Freire, the most cited Brazilian writer in educational research and there are several thoughts that converge with Follett's thought, especially with regard to freedom. I'm writing an article: From Follett to Freire: behavioral changes, changes that mark education. Therefore, I will use her text on the teacher-student relationship, in addition to the theory of integration. I greatly appreciate it and as soon as I publish the article I will post it on our network.

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