Online learning module consisting of 14-sections “designed to introduce you to key ideas related to nonverbal communication, with a special emphasis on aspects of nonverbal communication that relate to teaching and learning in the classroom. By the completion of this learning module you should be able to: Understand the importance of nonverbal communication; State a definition of nonverbal communication and identify different types; Describe the purpose nonverbal communication serves in the communication process; Identify core nonverbal communication concepts that relate to classroom management; Understand Dyssemia (a condition related to the inability to read facial expressions) and its causes; Understand the use of DANVA as a tool for recognizing Dyssemia; Access simple activities and reference materials for creating your own teaching activities related to Nonverbal Communication.”
Word document introducing workshop on nonverbal communication, with exercises and games.
Word document examining nonverbal communication, with exercises and games.
Word document which describes a nonverbal communication game using the voice only, counting from one to ten to express emotions.
Word document with instructions for game in which groups identify nonverbal gestures.
Word document presenting a role play exercise in nonverbal communication.
Twenty-six page training packet exploring nonverbal communication.
Powerpoint presentation exploring nonverbal communication and conflict for children. Introduces PIE in the SKY idea, which stands for Sending and receiving messages of Power, Involvement, and Emotion: Skills and Knowledge for our Youth.
Word document that presents an exercise to identify emotions as people act them out without words or sound.