The Components Of Nonverbal Communication Important Factors In The Teaching Process
The act of teaching is a predominantly verbal. Nevertheless communication during the teaching process equally depends on the paraverbal and nonverbal components, that are meant to reinforce the formative interaction between the teacher, as traditional transmitter, and the student as receiver of information. Given the importance of nonverbal communication in career and life, the authors of the paper, aware of the fact that the issue is not part of all school syllabi, made a study on two groups of students in order to test their knowlege on the topic as well as to find out their reactions towards the professorssâ€™ sundry nonverbal means of communication.
Volume (Year): 5 (2010)
Issue (Month): 4(14)/ Winter 2010 ()
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