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Classroom Communication Strategies - Chapter Summary
Brief and engaging lessons on classroom communication strategies will strengthen your knowledge of how teachers can ensure students understand goals. You can also get clarification on how teachers can instinctively ask students effective questions. Upon completion of the chapter, you should be able to do the following:
- List modern communication tools used in classrooms today
- Give examples of effective internal communication with students
- Discuss ways teachers can ensure students understand objectives
- Recall ways to overcome barriers to effective classroom communication
- Explain how asking questions promotes student learning
This chapter on classroom communication strategies is informative, concise, and accessible from a desktop computer or mobile device. Subject-matter experts guide you through the lessons while providing an engaging learning experience. A short quiz is available to gauge your knowledge of each lesson, and the quizzes can be printed as worksheets so you can study offline.
1. Effective Internal & External Communication with Students
Communication is a vital link in school environments. This lesson defines internal and external communications and gives examples at how to do both effectively.
2. Communicating Goals, Directions & Procedures to Students
An important aspect of student success is making sure they clearly understand goals. This lesson outlines methods teachers can use to make sure students understand objectives before or during teaching.
3. Using Communication Tools in the Classroom
These days, teachers have access to a seemingly endless number of resources to help them communicate with students and parents. This lesson discussed some of the most up-to-date communication tools used in classrooms today.
4. Barriers to Effective Communication in the Classroom
It can be difficult to run a classroom when the communication between students and teachers is less than ideal. This lesson identifies potential classroom communication barriers and offers tips and advice on how these impediments can be overcome.
5. Effective Questioning Techniques in the Classroom
Asking questions is one of the best ways to promote student learning, no matter the age group! This lesson will help you understand how to figure out what questions to ask and when, as well as how to make effective questioning a part of your teaching that you can do instinctively.
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