Dttls Communication

Hewlett-Packard |
Communication |
Theories models and principles |
Malene Lindsay |
10/16/201 |


Research Report
This research report will be analysing theories models and principles of communication in education and training. Explaining ways it can be applied to teaching learning and assessment.
Communication Cycle

When it comes to communication in teaching the person delivering the message, the teacher must be sure about the message their aiming to get across, they must be confident and knowledgeable of the lesson they are teaching.   By being confident and knowledgeable the learners will believe in you and take notice
A teacher that has not thought about planned or prepared a lesson will not be able to get a message across in a confident knowledgeable manner.   This will lead to students not being engaged, resulting in poor learning, students   not taking part, which will also lead to class disruption.
As a teacher / lecturer it is of your own responsibility to plan and prepare your lesson to research and make sure that you have enough knowledge and experience of the subject you are teaching.   Whilst planning you must take into account the levels of the students you will be teaching and use the appropriate language to enable full understanding. Then comes the mode of communication will it be by use of a visual aide using videos pictures or by bringing objects relating to the subject so that students can look and get a feel of what is being taught or auditory verbal discussions.
Once a message has been delivered whether it is visual auditory or kinaesthetic the next step on the communication cycle is for the receiver and how open they are to communication. Are they willing to listen or read what is being transmitted, are there any barriers to communication such as:
  * Language – ESOL, disabilities (visually or hearing impaired)
  * Misinterpretation – is the messenger using the right tone, does the receiver...