Effective Communication Affects in Creating a Positive and Supportive Climate in Class Increased the Level of Teaching and Learning

Gezim Bara

Abstract


We present conditions effective communication teacher-student receives special attention, which affects the creation of a positive climate in the classroom, affecting teaching and learning in a more effective and qualitative. To communicate does not mean simply to produce language, so to speak, to transmit information, but simultaneously means to create interaction, to play with the needs and emotions. Today we generally recognize teachers as one of the main contributions to effective learning of pupils communication as a tool that creates a positive climate and fascinating in class, affecting the quality of teaching. Effective communication is essential for a management and direction as best of class.One of today's problems in the processes of teaching to a significant number of classroom teachers is dysfunctional efficiently, therefore I having my work experience in school management and the conversations and surveys made in different high schools in Tirana, conclude that effective communication is an important factor in establishing an effective climate in the classroom, when crucial role in such communication has the teacher.

Keywords: Communication, Communication in the classroom, effective communication, classroom climate, effective, Conventional, Verbal, Research.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v3i12.1525

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v3i12.1525.g2033

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