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  • 1. ACTIVE LISTENING © 1996-2003 American Student Achievement Institute http://asai.indstate.edu • May be reproduced with proper citation for educational purposes.
  • 2. Desire to be “other-directed” No desire to protect yourself Desire to imagine the experience of the other Desire to understand, not critique Qualities of Active Listeners American Student Achievement Institute
  • 3. BODY LANGUAGE Skills for Active Listening Examples: Sitting forward Eye contact Nodding head American Student Achievement Institute
  • 4. OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS Skills for Active Listening Examples: What happened after that? Who was there? What did they do? How did that work? American Student Achievement Institute
  • 5. REPEAT CONTENT Skills for Active Listening Examples: So what I hear you saying is . . . American Student Achievement Institute
  • 6. ACKNOWLEDGING FEELINGS Skills for Active Listening Examples: You’re feeling ___. It makes you (feeling) that . . . American Student Achievement Institute
  • 7. DON’T JUDGE Skills for Active Listening Examples: Bite your tongue! American Student Achievement Institute
  • 8. BEING QUIET Skills for Active Listening Examples: Count to yourself. American Student Achievement Institute
  • 9. LISTENER Trying It Out Active listening SPEAKER A success that they’ve experienced OBSERVER Make note of active listening skills being used. Feedback. American Student Achievement Institute
  • 10. Body Language ACTIVE LISTENING Open-Ended Questions Repeat Content Acknowledge Feelings Don’t Judge Be Quiet American Student Achievement Institute
  • 11. LISTENER Trying It Out Active Listening SPEAKER The biggest challenge of being an educator OBSERVER Make note of active listening skills being used. Feedback. American Student Achievement Institute
  • 12. Body Language ACTIVE LISTENING Open-Ended Questions Repeat Content Acknowledge Feelings Don’t Judge Be Quiet American Student Achievement Institute
  • 13. SPEAKER Trying It Out Active Listening SPEAKER What made them want to become an educator OBSERVER Make note of active listening skills being used. Feedback. American Student Achievement Institute
  • 14. Body Language ACTIVE LISTENING Open-Ended Questions Repeat Content Acknowledge Feelings Don’t Judge Be Quiet American Student Achievement Institute
  • 15. ACTIVE LISTENING © 1996-2003 American Student Achievement Institute http://asai.indstate.edu • May be reproduced with proper citation for educational purposes.