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03. The student-teacher dynamic is constantly evolving. How would you describe your relationship with the students? Did it change?

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EH: The student-teacher dynamic is constantly evolving. How would you describe your relationship with students?

MAC: Overall I felt my relationship was very strong, um, it was very professional in the studio, but it was on a very personal friendship basis on the outside and um… I would gather, from my student evaluations, that they felt the same way. I had many students who would call me at home if they had problems relating to their major, but needing someone to talk to. Um, I have students who continue to come back now, long after I’ve retired and um, so I would say, I would say, very professional in the studio, this was something they always said, that the personal never entered into that and then the personal was on the outside.

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03. The student-teacher dynamic is constantly evolving. How would you describe your relationship with the students? Did it change?

EH: The student-teacher dynamic is constantly evolving. How would you describe your relationship with students?

MAC: Overall I felt my relationship was very strong, um, it was very professional in the studio, but it was on a very personal friendship basis on the outside and um… I would gather, from my student evaluations, that they felt the same way. I had many students who would call me at home if they had problems relating to their major, but needing someone to talk to. Um, I have students who continue to come back now, long after I’ve retired and um, so I would say, I would say, very professional in the studio, this was something they always said, that the personal never entered into that and then the personal was on the outside.