I am writing a non-fiction book, where [for instance] I am talking about the Teacher-Student relationship - and many aspects.
Sometimes the writing is addressing the Teacher and sometimes the Student (one of the reasons both perspectives are in the book is so each group can also understand the issues of the other/counterpart). Sometimes the writing is addressing both groups.
I am not sure of the best way to organize.
Let's say the chapter is on a specific topic, "The First One-on-One Meeting". Right now, I might write a general introduction to the topic, then have a section addressing the teacher, followed by a section addressing the student - then a section addressing both. I might do this a few times within each chapter.
I am not sure - but the reader might find it, well, choppy - or maybe not. There are lots of precedents - certainly in fiction - where you are focusing on one character, then another and back and forth.
Are there any known techniques, tips, guidelines, ideas for this kind of situation?