How to be a good communicator?

Educational activity carried out through communication teacher / student

  • sender & recipient of the message
  • transmission of a message / concept / knowledge
  • receiving the message or the message from the receiver coding

Obstacles in communication

  • personal differences
  • physically / Impact childhood / surroundings, positive or negative
  • psychological differences
  • Often the giver and the receiver are on different age levels “teacher-student relationship”
  • cultural differences
  • linguistic / cultural differences / signs and symbols

Communication Structure

  1. Who communicates to whom
  2. Motives, purpose and context of communication
  3. Methods, tools or techniques in communication ethics, style and tact
  4. What feelings or ideas are transmitted in communication & ethics, style
  5. Environment or sphere of communication

How to communicate?

  • Formulation to know whom
  • Broadcasting forwarding between
  • Perception hearing harassment
  • Interpretation The receiver gives understanding between
  • Review set answer

Motivation and emotion during communication

  • Communication is a process cramped, complex.
  • Communication can not be a simple act or a smooth process flow, ie with horizontal development,
  • Communication during encounter:
  • – Interactions in compliance or non-compliance of interest – the approach and avoidance,

-with understanding and misunderstanding,

-with consensus and tolerance, but intolerance.

Often, obstacles and failures in emotional communication can result from different distances between the parties.

What you need to communicate?

Comment saying: “One does not hear through t ears, but through eyes, soul, body and heart.“

Heart = (empathy, trust, openness, respect)

The first observation = Listening = attention, concentration

Speech = clarity, precision

When communicating a message you should consider:

  • Use simple and comprehensive vocabulary,
  • clear pronunciations,
  • make clear questions,
  • always answer clearly.

Types of communication

  • Open – free communication
  • Avoiding communication
  • Aggressive communication

Ethical and emotional communication and motivated teacher

  • It brings more natural thoughts in his class;
  • It makes an easy and convenient atmosphere;
  • It creates a better climate in the classroom;
  • Void pretense and hardness;
  • Increasingly conveys messages of hope;
  • Faith and optimism.