What Is The Importance Of Communication In School?


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Dennis Davies Profile
Dennis Davies answered
Communication is vital in any educational environment, and here’s why:

Teaching and Learning
It’s impossible to teach anybody anything if you’re not communicating properly.

Good communication involves speaking clearly, making sure that your message is easy to comprehend, and being prepared to explain anything that isn’t understood.

Communication isn’t all about talking, though – listening is also important. For knowledge to be properly communicated, both the speaker and listener need to be fully engaged in the conversation, even in a group situation. If students don’t say when they don’t understand, they won’t be able to learn.

Friendship and Social Communication
A lot of what we learn at school actually occurs outside of the classroom. The school environment teaches us a lot about how to communicate with others, how to form friendships, and how to deal with people we don’t like.

Communicating socially at school is just as important as communicating to learn and teach.

Problem Solving
If a child is having difficulty with a certain class, or is being bullied by another student, it’s very important that they communicate this to a teacher. It’s very hard to solve problems if you don’t tell anybody about them, especially when these people are there to help.
Addilynn All Star Profile
To ensure you are heard and to show that you are no person to take all any bullying that you get from people at school.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
  • You can easily have lots of friends
  • You can keep in touch with others especially the teachers
chen lyfen Profile
chen lyfen answered
The main importance of communicating in school is having friends and teachers to communicate with what we learn.
James Darrel Profile
James Darrel answered

Positive communication between a parent and teacher is essential for academic progress of the child. At present, institutions are readily opting communication apps like, Tenoapp, Bloomz etc. For teachers.

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