How great a listener are you? Do you practice the art of asking questions to promote self discovery and insight? Do you take time to interact and build self-esteem to create a positive and safe learning environment? Do you engage in meaningful conversation where exchange of thoughts and ideas elicit constructive feedback? Do you provide suggestions that lead to alternative paths? How do you apply the different levels of listening to your everyday life? Take a closer look at what great listeners actually do and the different levels of listening.
When students are provided with challenging experiences, they get to stretch their minds and grow more effectively. Likewise, their intellectual development becomes more meaningful when they are provided with many opportunities to hone newly acquired knowledge and skills through relevant practice. Dialog is also significant in their learning, especially when they are engaged in applicable cross-content and culturally relevant experiences. Aside from having the opportunity to communicate and collaborate with peers, learners also benefit with intentional time to reflect and process what they have gained in schooling. Thank you @tnvora for sharing!
Director Active Learning El Paso ISD. Social, Economic & Cultural Awareness. Equity in Education. Student & Woman Empowerment