This seminar will provide an epistemological perspective towards analyzing classroom interaction in order to raise awareness to how teachers can equip themselves with a number of nonverbal strategies in their professional teaching practice. Examples of this include quickly ‘reading’ students, recognising problematic behaviour and connecting with students from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. The presentation materials will include videos from not only educational contexts but also political figures, royal families and speed daters and uncovers how people’s body language reveals that what they say is often very different from what they think or feel. It is a scientific fact that people’s gestures give away their true intentions. Therefore, this seminar will contribute positively to School Leadership Team, Classroom Behaviour Management and Pedagogical Practice. Examples of how these can be of benefit include:
School Leadership Team: Develop positive and influential leadership skills.
Classroom Behaviour Management: “Read” your class and individual students at the beginning of the year. Restrict, reduce and remove bad behaviour. Develop an effective use of space in our professional teaching practice. Safeguarding: observe any poorly treated students at home.
Pedagogical Practices: Predict potential learning and assess students understanding Use the language (Verbal, Vocal and Visual) of engagement Connect with students from diverse cultural and linguistic background
By: Danyal Farsani
Dr Danyal Farsani is particularly interested in analyzing language (Verbal-Vocal-Visual), and frequently runs workshops on body language in different institutional settings such as schools and universities. As well as his contribution to the field of education, he also provides training to Lawyers, TV presenters, Daters, MPs (member of parliaments) and the Police.
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