Topic 2: Communication Process and Learning - Coggle Diagram
Topic 2: Communication Process and Learning
What is Communication ?
the word means ‘the act of imparting, especially news’, or ‘the science and practice of transmitting info'
‘teaching’ and ‘communication’: teachers are constantly imparting new knowledge, or transmitting information.
an art of conveying information, ideas, and attitude from one to another
sharing information, knowledge ideas, attitudes or behaviour, to establish "commonness"
The act or process of using words, sounds, signs or behaviour to express or exchange information or to express your ideas, thoughts, feelings
basic communication process
Osgood & Schramm Model
Berlo's SMCR Model
Types of communication
• Communication process that used voice (language/words) as the medium.
• Meaning or message that we want to deliver will be influenced by; voice, inflection(intonation-high/lom), speech rate/speed
communication in edu
FACE TO FACE
• Learning in the classroom
(Instructor with students)
for relationship & entertainment
purpose of communication
To deliver information to change attitude, values and emotion
To deliver knowledge: facts, principles and formulas that can change students view or to gain more knowledge.
Through knowledge and skills to develop behavior in tandem with physical and psychomotor development
To deliver true/explicit knowledge and information for change or to continue relationship between individual or groups.
importance of communication
communication is the foundation of teaching and learning process.
Learning cannot be achieved without effective communication
Effective communication skills must be learned
instruction but it is more complex
noise/interference in communication
influence in media
physical or environmental
problem with the message
message is unclear
unfamiliar words-to the background and culture of the receiver
Expertise, attitude, communication skills
Student/receiver may be not ready yet to receive information or lack of skill.
Readiness to gain knowledge‐morning (comfortable), noon (sleepy), evening (???....).
Students itself‐ Absent from class, didn’t do homework......etc.
Biological and physical factors that affect learning such as mental problem, disabled (hearing, blind)