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Title: Impact of Nonverbal Behavior of Teachers on Students Educational Accomplishment
Authors: Khan, Fahim Ullah
Keywords: Education
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Qurtaba University of Science & Information Technology, Peshawar.
Abstract: Nonverbal behaviour precedes a significant role in our everyday life. It helps in expression of our thoughts, behaviour, emotions, ideas, and skills in the teaching learning process. We exchange information not verbal but also, through nonverbal communication on different occasions. Non-verbal communication is synonymously known as sign language including all kinds of behaviors performed in the presence of others- consciously or unconsciously. This descriptive study aims at investigating the impact of nonverbal behaviour of teachers‟ on students‟ educational accomplishments for which descriptive cum observational method has been used. This also determined the relationship among the unspoken behaviour of teachers working within different school systems. The main objectives are: a) To investigate the non-verbal communication of teachers serving in government, private, with semi government & private standard schools. b) To evaluate the unspoken communication of teachers in the above mentioned educational systems. c) To be consistent with the non-verbal behaviour of both (male & female) teachers‟. d) To examine the association with teachers nonverbal behaviors‟ and students educational accomplishment. To accomplish the above mentioned objectives, a sample of one hundred eight teachers out of three hundred sixty four teachers was chosen randomly from various school systems stated above utilizing multiphase random sampling technique. In turn to determine, the teachers nonverbal communication properly, a rating scale was used with differential rating depends on Galloway's category of non-verbal movements. The unspoken communication of teachers was rated on ranking tool which complement the spoken measurement of Flanders system of communication. The pilot study was conducted to see the reliability and validity. The paradigm of the research was observational cum explanatory, and the data obtained was analyzed and interpreted by means of different arithmetical tools; as it as mean, standard variation, standard error, Z x test, analysis of variance technique and co-efficient of co-relation „r‟. Generalizations were made on the basis of results obtained after using appropriate statistical tests. The main findings of study were that: i) The non-verbal behaviour of teachers was found to be compatible with their verbal communication. ii) No statistical variation was found among the unspoken communications of both (male & female) teachers. iii) The unspoken behaviour of teachers serving in different educational institutions was insignificant. iv) A strong relationship was found between the teachers‟ nonverbal behaviour and their students‟ educational accomplishments. In the light of conclusions, it is recommended that non-verbal teaching behaviour ought to be certain essential place in schooling learning process, a program of study of human behaviors‟ be able to improve for teachers guidance programs, and both male as well as arts womanly teacher can be ready alert to make use of their body movements throughout schooling learning process. It may help guiding and attracting the students‟ attention through nonverbal communication. For future research it is recommended that the policy makers and curriculum designers, through arrangement of training programs for the teachers, may recognize the importance of nonverbal behaviour in the enhancement of their communication skills. A different research studies depends on Galloway‟s research design of non-verbal message may be launched. Single way echo soundtrack tool may exist use to gain improved outcomes, and the tool developed for the current study could be dwelt upon by the subordinate staff. However, in the light of Galloway system of nonverbal communication and Flanders interaction analysis, an observation outline is there built-up for the teacher‟s guidance and surveillance of teacher for the period of lessons practice. Keywords: Nonverbal behaviour, Teachers, Students, Classroom Interaction, Educational accomplishments, Observation Form and Standardized Tests
Gov't Doc #: 6586
URI: http://prr.hec.gov.pk/jspui/handle/123456789/14800
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