Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology
Strategical of visual, graphic and symbolic communication
Besjana Imer Rexhep 1 *
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1 Universum College, Kosovo
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Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology, 2019 - Volume 1 Issue 1, pp. 29-32

Article Type: Review

Published Online: 20 May 2019

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ABSTRACT
An ability to speak clearly, eloquently and effectively has been recognized as the hallmark of an educated person, since the beginning of recorded history. Communication is essential for the socialization process to transpire. Its implications are created more because of the lack of proper teacher’s information, during their studies or the new century inventions and requirements. Communication in education process includes communication issues of education as effective communication, all dimensions of interpersonal communication, types of communication, obstacles for effective communication, group’s communication and listening skills, verbal and nonverbal communication (from pupils and teachers perspective), strategies for guiding debates and presentation. In this case it can be understood also other factors which influence the education communication process, which are discussed also for creating and developing new effective communication towards education process. This paper explores also the visual, graphic and symbolic communication strategies on which are involved too also the characteristics of each type of communication, their positive sides, negative sides, weaknesses, opportunities, advantages and disadvantages in general. In accordance with that during the elaboration of this paper’s topic we have talked also for the types of communication in classroom, which must be used from teachers, their ways of use in teaching process. Expect this we tried to give some examples for the right way of communication, during some lessons described in some rules. Teacher’s messages are very important for the pupil’s state as they try to establish their knowledge and information to the pupils. For pupils the voice of teacher is an order to them, not because they feel afraid from him, but because of the security and trust felt from him. This shows a lot to us that the communication it’s like a door of success depended more from the teacher’s creativity and his organization too, how he organizes and plans his work.
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Reference: Rexhep, Besjana Imer "Strategical of visual, graphic and symbolic communication". Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology, vol. 1, no. 1, 2019, pp. 29-32.
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