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Tutor Training Nonverbal Tutoring When full ideas or concepts are expressed without coherent labels. Kanh (2001). Barrington Campbell and Tem Fuller The Learning Center Spring 2010.
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Barrington Campbell and Tem Fuller
The Learning Center
In his book, The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1872), Darwin argued that all mammals show emotion reliably in their faces.
The notion of universality implied that emotional facial configurations served as stable, predictable, and accurate signals.
Khan, A. A. (2001, February 21). Non-Verbal Communication: Fact and Fiction. Retrieved January 08, 2010, from Strange Horizons: http://strangehorizons.com/2001/20010226/nonverbal.shtml
A good poet uses words not only for their meaning, i.e. as a means of verbal communication, but also uses words for their sound, for the various rhythms that these sounds can produce, for images that these sounds can evoke in the mind. The form of a poem is as much an integral part of the poem as its substance. Another example where verbal and non-verbal means of communication overlap is the graphic story, the comic book, where words and pictures blend harmoniously to convey information.
Khan, A. A. (2001, February 21). Non-Verbal Communication: Fact and Fiction. Retrieved January 08, 2010, from Strange Horizons: http://strangehorizons.com/2001/20010226/nonverbal.shtml, par. 28
Argyle, Michael. (1988). Bodily Communication (2nd ed.) Madison: International Universities Press. ISBN 0-416-38140-5
Group 1 Fast, J. (1970). Body language: The essential secrets of non-verbal communication (ISBN - 1-56731-004-4). New York: Library of Congress Catalog, pp. 45 - 63.
Group 3Fast, J. (1970). Body language: The essential secrets of non-verbal communication (ISBN - 1-56731-004-4). New York: Library of Congress Catalog.
Group 1 - physical space
Group 2 - time perceptions
Group 3 - body language
Group 4 - gesture
Group 5 – tone’s pitch, volume, inflection, rhythm, and rate
I define assessment as the obtaining information about the skills and potentials of individuals, with a dual goals of providing useful feedback to the individual and useful data to the surrounding environment … Assessment ought to become part of natural learning environment. As much as possible it should occur “on the fly” as part of individual natural engagement in a learning situation.
Gardner, H. (1993). Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data: Basic Books. (p.
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Do make the student comfortable; Don't allow a student to wait for a long period of time before being addressed by a tutor.
Do ask the student what the assignment is and what the paper is about; Don't tell the student how to do the assignment or what the paper should be saying.
The interplay of verbal and nonverbal communication