Assignment one – Have you got…
Stage one: Setting up for the meeting
• Scaffolding and planning the role performance of the communicator (rehearsing)
• Feedforward for pre-organisation (scenario planning with someone)
• Techniques for Managing Communication Apprehension
Stage Two: Conducting the meeting
Communication processes involve:
• Elements of interpersonal communication (Chapter 1 source encoder– receiver decoder)
• ‘the five stage model of conversation’ is the ‘communication processes?’ EG: Opening, Feedforward, business, feedback and closing.
• Interpersonal competence
– Stages of Listening
– Mindful of the principles of verbal messages
– Non verbal communication
– Principles of emotions and emotional communication
• Protocols (processes/ rules) respectful communication, turn taking, listening, valuing input, ensuring that the receiver understands the purpose of the meeting, follow up actions
–E.g. send a letter home (it needs to be checked by the principal first and have the date, school header, clear message and correct spelling and punctuation, name and signature of the sender)
– Did you see any other protocols in practice whilst on your professional experience? Think about it. What is contained within the Code of Conduct and implicit in the National Standards?
• Why teachers should act professionally and ethically
• Stages of perception
• Mindful of the principles of verbal messages
Stage three: Reflection and evaluation
• The Johari Window helps the communicator to reflect– self awareness.
• Self awareness and the link to communicator competence
• School Complaints Management Policy – teacher needs to understand the process, where to next if the situation cannot be resolved.
• Assignment title
• Use of subheadings
• Introduction and conclusion
• Paragraphs that clearly communicate key concepts.
• Edited work
• APA referencing
Conceptual depth and academic writing
For those students striving for a Pass I suggest that you work through the Lecture and Tutorial PowerPoints (week 1 to week 8) and consider the key concepts. You will also need to be referencing your text.
For those students striving for a B, I suggest that you work through the lecture and Tutorial PowerPoints (week 1 to week 8) and consider the key concepts. You need to be cross referencing the key concepts from lectures with your chapter readings and your course DiReCt readings. (Hint is to scan through the index for each related chapter).
For those students striving for an HD or A, you need to be cross referencing the key concepts from lecture and Tutorial PowerPoints with your chapter readings, DiReCt readings and also to look at your modules. You then need to include broader references than the course material and ensure that these references are credible, and relevant. At an HD or A level you are demonstrating concise conceptual clarity.
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