The word student communication is derived from the Latin word “communis,” which means “common”. The word communication means to interact with some to establish a commonness with them.
Student communication is a fundamental need in today’s world; it is a vehicle to convey our thinking to others. In today’s competitive market, communication skills display confidence and are essential for a successful career.
Students with efficient communication skills will eventually participate in class discussions and group projects of the class. They ultimately gain more from their experience in the classroom. The atmosphere of the classroom plays an important role in student communication.
The students can effectively implement their communication skills by participating without preparation in talks. Having an open-door policy in the classroom, and letting students explore themselves in some areas is also a great booster for communication. The student should be advised that the more they will communicate, the more the chances of getting successful in life.
Teachers play a crucial role in inculcating effective communication among students. To make students’ communication effective, the teacher should provide prompt feedback to encourage strong communication skills.
A teacher should add a few words of motivation to foster student communication; students to speak their voice, not be afraid or shy towards their thinking, and never give up because of mistakes.