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Pedagogical communication

  1. 1. Presented by: Maryam Eskandarjouy 20/12/2013
  2. 2. Objectives  Communication Between Teachers and Students  Classroom Communication Techniques  Teaching Methods for Effective Communication
  3. 3. Definition Educational communication can be defined as a transactional process in which educators and students create a joint communication climate which changes from moment to moment as the conversation unfolds and the thoughts, attitudes and behaviors of both parties influence each other in some way.
  4. 4. An educator should ask the following questions to himself/herself:  What do I expecting after sending my message?  What would I like to accomplish in order to influence my surrounding?  What do I expecting my students to believe in, say and do as a result of my communication?  In former psychology, what kind of impact would I like to create and what kind of reaction would I like to receive from my students?
  5. 5. The Good Teacher Is More Than a lecturer Teaching is a balancing act between knowledge and performance. Some brilliant people are unable to impart the knowledge that they have onto other people because they lack effective communication skills. The concept of a good teacher includes the ability to connect with students, to encourage inquiry and to project a caring attitude while maintaining discipline.
  6. 6. Teacher-Student Relationship What you say to your students and (and sometimes what you don't say) will stay with them forever. It is important to communicate effectively with your students, so they know and understand where you're coming from.
  7. 7. If teachers and students can't communicate well with each other, it's likely that the learning objectives aren't being met. If you feel like your students need directions repeated several times, or if you're not sure they understand the content, incorporate simple strategies to encourage communication and make the school year go more smoothly.
  8. 8. Effective Communication Skills  Emotional Communication  Non-verbal Language  Humor  Reflective Communication  Technological Communication
  9. 9. Emotional Communication By establishing an emotional connection with a student, a teacher can identify what motivates the particular student and create a collaborative learning environment.
  10. 10. Non-verbal Language An encouraging smile can motivate a student as much as the phrase "you can do it." Nonverbal language such as eye contact, facial expressions, posture and tone help to establish a relationship with students and to produce a positive learning environment.
  11. 11. Humor Humor relaxes the distance between teacher and students and creates a collaborative feeling. Students will not fear their teacher and will be more willing to approach her and ask for guidance or help.
  12. 12. Reflective Communication A successful teacher must be able to discern how he should behave in a specific classroom. If a teacher is in a classroom where students are having particular difficulties with a topic, he must be able to reflect on the situation and develop a new method for dealing with the topic.
  13. 13. Technological Communication Today's tech-savvy generation is often bored by traditional classroom methods. Therefore, a successful teacher must be able to incorporate technology into his teaching. Teachers should be up-todate .
  14. 14. Ineffective communication in the classroom  One-way communication process Communication is a two-way street. Understanding that communication is interactive by its very nature is an essential first step in becoming an effective communicator.
  15. 15. Ineffective communication in the classroom  Avoiding the Listener Imagine yourself attending a seminar where the speaker is simply reading from his notes and for once has not made any eye contact with you. You will never be able to relate with the speaker and hence never bother to find out what he wants to convey. Don’t just go on. Create a friendly atmosphere and then start communicating.
  16. 16. Effective communication in the classroom  Verbal communication Verbal communication in education is when the educator uses words to explain and teach. Lecturing is the most common form of verbal communication in education.
  17. 17. Effective communication in the classroom  Non-verbal communication Non-verbal communication, which is any time a message is sent without the use of words. This is commonly seen in the use of visual aids, dramatic presentations or body language.
  18. 18. Conclusion Student-teacher relationship can have a healthy future when both individuals respect the role they agreed to play.
  19. 19. Thank You