Communication is the ability to share information with people and to understand what information and feelings are being conveyed by others. "Communication can take on many forms including gestures, facial expressions, signs, vocalizations". In addition, to speech and written communication. Teachers, students frequently use non verbal methods to communicate.
Students often show disinterest in school by avoiding eye contact or sitting back in their chairs with their arms folded across their chests during instruction. Staff members may indicate that they have time to talk but they may show disinterest by grading papers or busying themselves while you are trying to talk. Conversely, a smiling, nodding face indicates that the listener is interested in what we are saying and encourages us to continue. Communication includes a broad range of actions which help the work more effectively with students and teachers.
Hello World Training Institute interacts with many different people during the day, including administrators, teachers, parents, students.
For example, communication is essential for:
- planning and carrying out learning activities
- understanding roles and assignments
- coordinating approaches with students
- providing information to teachers on student progress and behaviours
- building a positive relationship with students, teachers and other staff.
Developing Good Communication Skills.
To obtain a better command of the English language, expand your vocabulary by reading and writing more. Look up words you''re not familiar with. The better you are able to express yourself, the better your ability to communicate.
Practice your listening skills. Be considerate of other speakers by waiting until they are done before stating your views. Process what has being said before responding.
Learn to understand and appreciate opposing points of view by being open-minded and making an effort to see things from another''s perspective. It will in turn, gain you more cooperation and understanding.
Avoid trying to communicate when in an emotional state. You lose objectivity and may say something inappropriate or regrettable. Take time to think your position through before speaking.