Tips of effective communication
we all have teacher who were considered “brilliant” but who, nevertheless, were a bore in class or who were unable to engage the students in the classroom. Sharpen your effective communications skills in the classroom and watch how your students become more engaged and your classroom a more fun place to learn. Techers professionally required to be communicative, should be aware of the importance of communication skills is teaching. They must also realize that all students have different strength and weakness. It is only through communication skills that a teacher can introduce creative and effective solutions to the problems of the students. Thus, a teacher can enhance the learning process.
This is one of the important things that a teacher must posses. In a class, students always have different kinds of taste and preferences over the subjects. So it is the job of the teacher to create enthusiasm and interest in the minds of a students towards the subjects. It is a teacher’s role to remove any fear and inhibitions that a student may have towards a particular subject.
Effective body language
This is a most powerful communication that a teacher must posses. good presentation skill include a powerful body language supported by verbal skills. This can create a long lasting impression in the minds of the students. Thus, teachers lectures will inevitably become more interactive and interesting for the students. Besides, a teacher should maintains the volume, tone and rhythm of their voice during a lecture.
Sense of humour
This has been often underestimated by the people. A good sense of humour keeps the students active and interested in the teachers class. A teacher who is dour and lacks humour doesn’t contribute to the overall well being of the students.
Understanding the students Psyche
Teachers should encourage students to communicate openly. There should be emphasis on cultivating a dialogue rather than a monologue. So while solving any kinds of problems in the classroom, it is always wise to hear the opinions of their students.
“Teachers have three love: love of learning, love of learners and the love of bringing the first two loves together”