Teacher-student relationships

Pupil-teacher relationships, Student-teacher relationships, Teacher-pupil relationships
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Date: 1956 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989 :[Cartoons from the Free Lance Collection 1954 to 1960] Description: Four scenes depicting the use and possible problems associated with the introduction of tape recorders as a teaching aid in schools Publication - Published ...
Date: 1957 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Cartoons from the Free Lance Collection 1957 to 1960] Description: Four scenes depicting secondary school teachers and the sort of problems they might encounter Published in New Zealand Free Lance, 24 May 1957, page 5 Quan...
Date: 1955 From: Mayne, William Thomas, 1910-1988 :490 original cartoons published in the Christchurch Star Sun and the Christchurch Star Sun Sports between 1954 and 1962. Description: Shows a ski instructor and his student on a mountain slope. The student is attempting to ski down the mountain with a chair attached to her skis, much to th...
Scott, Thomas, 1947-:"You've been punished enough, David, sit down here next to me..." Dominion Post, 9 June 2005.
Date: 2005 Description: Scene shows Prime Minister, Helen Clark, as the teacher of a class; one of the students, David Benson-Pope, Associate Minister of Education, is sitting in t...
Scott, Thomas, 1947-:"Graham Henry's super-sub. Any argy-bargy or lip from the Poms and he's unleashing Benson-Pope..." Dominion Post, 11 June 2005.
Date: 2005 Description: Scene shows All Blacks resting on a changing room bench; one all-black explains to another that the desperate-looking substitute sitting at the end of the be...
Darroch, Bob, 1940- :"I smell a conspiracy! - the teacher/pupil ratio is going up - AND, at the same time - so is the price of tranquilisers!" 21 May 2012
Date: 2012 Description: Shows a teacher with a classroom of students who are out of control. The teacher reads in the newspaper with the headlines "More pupils per teacher" and "Pre...
"Ah, Winston! Can you come here a minute and, er... Open your mouth?" 7 December, 2005
Date: 2005 Description: Shows Helen Clark requesting Winston Peters to come to her and open his mouth. She is throwing up and down a tennis ball behind her back. While on a table b...
"Nga oog fraganuul. Goomp urn cha, buggen-poop ng gull. *" "* It's all relative. Compared with our teacher, Benson-Pope was an angel." 31 May, 2005
Date: 2005 Description: Shows two people at a high school reunion. One has a tennis ball stuffed in his mouth, while another has a rugby ball inside his mouth. The mumbling of the m...
"Can we move on now!" 20 March, 2006
Date: 2006 Description: Shows Helen Clark driving a carriage labelled "Public", with the horses labelled "Parliament". The horses are attacking one horse labelled "Benson-Pope". Car...