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Building Rapport

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Jill Sinclair

on 30 January 2017

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Transcript of Building Rapport

building rapport
"a teaching challenge"
building rapport
interesting
BRAINSTORM
for effective presentations ...
student copy
prezi vs powerpoint
how much is too much
you are more effective than a slide
what is rapport? &
why is it important?
What student's say
How do you do it?
How do you fix it when it is going wrong?
How do you know you were successful?
About me .....

About you ....

About the session ....


forms of feedback
what is rapport
Definition:
a connection or relationship usually harmonious or sympathetic
but ....
can you define it, is it tangible and can you teach it?
why is it important?
why is it important to me:
what does the research say:
controversial & provoking topics
trust
interactive
challenged
safe
job satisfaction
understanding
improved attendance
your unique view .....
what do you value in a classroom?
as a teacher
as a student
what do you value in a teacher as a student?
rapport .. a natural appeal that allows you to effortlessly make personal connections and influence other's behaviour
consistency
passionate
set the tone
no one action
inclusive language
humour
movement
authentic concern
informal discussion
approachable
movement
use names
sharing
story-telling
music
smile
don't take it personally
don't react emotionally
be optimistic
key principles
practical steps ........
questions for reflection
1.
do you know why your students are taking the course / class?

2.
do i encourage my students to listen, respond and challenge each other?

3.
do the student know why we care about our subject matter and our profession?

4.
if i want my students to pay full attention, have i given my full attention to their questions and answers
argh .. may not this way
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