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Reljic on The Impact of Instructor Immediacy Behaviors in Online Learning Environments: Research Findings and Practical Implications

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This session will report on the major findings of three large-scale studies examining the impact of instructor immediacy behaviors in recorded online videoconferencing sessions, the Wimba online …

This session will report on the major findings of three large-scale studies examining the impact of instructor immediacy behaviors in recorded online videoconferencing sessions, the Wimba online classroom, and Second Life. The presenters will describe the communicative behaviors that enhance instructor immediacy and closeness with the students and offer practical recommendations for application in different online learning environments.

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  • Nonverbal communication includes gestures, facial expressions, and body positions (known collectively as “body language”), as well as unspoken understandings and presuppositions, and cultural and environmental conditions that may affect any encounter between people.
  • much of the study of nonverbal communication can be classified into three principal areas: environmental conditions where communication takes place, the physical characteristics of the communicators, and behaviors of communicators during interaction
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    • 1. The Effects of Instructor-Avatar Immediacy in Second Life, an Immersive and Interactive 3D virtual Environment. By: Sabine Lawless-Reljic, Ed.D . May 26, 2010
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    • 8. NonVerbal Communication
      • Clothing and bodily characteristics
      • Physical environment
        • Proxemics
        • Chronemics
      • Movement and body position
        • Kinesics
        • Posture
        • Gesture
        • Haptics
      • Eye Gaze
      • Paralanguage
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    • 26. Implementation Suggestions
      • THE VIRTUAL WORLD
        • Choose the VW according to your needs
        • Introductory session to VW
        • Set the right expectations
      • YOU
        • Identify your own immediacy style
        • Emphasize voice qualities
        • Personalize your avatar (physical and automated gestures ≥ lipsync + speech gesture)
      • YOUR STUDENTS
        • M[u]VE them (Move, Use, Verbalize, Engage)
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