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If I bother to come up to you & ask for help, you should be willing to help your customer up to the point where you aren't legally allowed to or at which point the universities simple metaphor.When I teach courses about how to teach, about psychotherapy, or about ethics, we discuss the nature of teacher-student, or psychotherapist-client, or consultant-consultee, relationships.For twenty years, ever since I did a fellowship in Washington, DC, I’ve considered the "congressperson-constituent" metaphor.
Assuming you are on the receiving end (it's also possible to read (3) as "despite my prior attempts") I think this may be unethical only if you are accepting the relation knowing (or having reasons to suspect) that the datee has other than romantic motivations for it (or that the datee mistakes student-teacher bonds for romantic bonds, which I guess (3) is supposed to rule out).
Otherwise you may consider social implications as other answers suggest, but behaving in accordance with social conventions has nothing to do with ethics. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
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Last month I wrote a post called, “When Students Request Excused Absences for Work-Related Issues.” This was a follow-up to my “Open Letter to College Freshmen,” in which I made the point that college is students’ first professional position, and that the professor’s role is similar to that of an employer.
As my commentator pointed out, students have a right to expect professors to provide appropriate help.
However, we need to discuss more precisely what exactly students are “buying.” Some possibilities are that they are buying: The relationship will vary depending on what combinations of “products” are being bought, and whether they are being bought with money, with effort, and/or with performance.
For teaching, I ask students to complete the following: After they work individually I have students pair up, compare notes, and develop even better metaphor.s We then discuss the similarities and differences among various relationships.
The discussion helps students (according to what they tell me afterwards) articulate more precisely the dimensions of the relationships we're studying.
The customer-seller metaphor has much to recommend it.
Students often have choice about where they spend their (or their parents’ or the bank’s) educational dollars.