Fiore (2011) makes the statement, “It’s not what you said, but how you said it” (p. 64). Share an incident where you were on the receiving end of the non-verbal communication and how it impacted your reaction to the situation. Continue by sharing a time when your non-verbal communication sent the wrong message about something you were attempting to communicate. Focus on professional settings and the impact the non-verbal communication had on the outcome.
REPLY TO MY CLASSMATE’S POST. EXPLAINING WHY YOU AGREE WITH HIS POST TO THE ABOVE DISCUSSION (A MINIMUM OF 150 WORDS EACH)
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In the field of sociology, I as a student studied the human, but in my second field work in the field of anthropology I as a student was better able to study the human in society. In the field of education, I work as a Freedom Writer for Teacher Training Institute’s and for the foundation we work through convention in the field of education for teacher teaching curriculum K-12. Each year we host teacher training programs for teachers locally, internationally, and nationally across America focusing on cross-cultural and universal experiences in the field of education. We focus on activities that lend itself to verbal and nonverbal communication. As Freedom Writers we role play one activity is to invite teachers to participant in an activity that focuses on Dad and Mom meeting their daughters first boyfriend.
He knocks on the door they invite him in. After the initial meeting there is nervousness, insecurities, and fidgeting from boyfriend as Dad clears his throat the boyfriend consistently avoids eye contact during this activity. Mom on the receiving end of the non-verbal communication let’s Dad lead out of fear of rebellion and their daughter never returning home after their first date. They sit down to eat dinner before allowing their daughter to leave and the boyfriend begins to perspire. Perspiring is a non-verbal sign that is non-threatening as he is trying to impress his girlfriend’s mother and Father.
He brought her flowers and was polite at the end of diner they said yes and allowed him to take out their daughter. As they left with verbal communication thanking the mom and Dad in this activity the two began to smile expressing non-verbal communication after their approval. This is only one of many activities created for a safe environment and a safe learning outcome by The Freedom Writers and teacher training program in the field of education. This activity really works, is effective and does resonate with teacher student communications.0
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