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Norma
2019, vol. 24, iss. 2, pp. 9-19
article language: Bosnian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
published on: 06/06/2020
Student communication skills during class and extracurricular activities
Dzemal Bijedic University, Faculty of Education, Mostar, Federation of B&H

e-mail: semir.sejtanic@unmo.ba

Abstract

Communication is present in all aspects of life and work of the participants in the educational process. All mutual relationships take place through interpersonal communication. The success of the educational process depends on the quality and success of the mutual communication between students and teachers. It is important that teachers, in addition to having knowledge in appropriate subjects, teach students communication, but also the skills of successful communication. This paper deals with communication skills that can be learned and improved both in teaching and in extracurricular activities and are very important in student-teacher relationships, as poor communication often causes many problems and misunderstandings. In order for students to understand the message sent by their teachers, the message must be clear, articulate, concise, meaningful and simple. The purpose of the research was to identify and examine attitudes and opinions of students and teachers about teaching students communication skills. The survey sample consisted of 590 students and 315 elementary and high school teachers from the Herzegovina region (Bosnia and Herzegovina). The liqueur scaling technique was used for collecting data. The results of the research have shown that teaching of students in communication skills is present in the implementation of teaching and extracurricular activities.

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