PATT-14: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference of Pupils Attitude Toward Technology, pp.113-118, Albuquerque, NM,  U.S. (2004)

Analyses of Nonverbal Behavior of Technology
Teachers in the Classroom

Kazuhiro Sumi & Jun Moriyama

 Abstract

It is important to clarify the features of nonverbal behavior in the classroom to analyze the depth of communication between teacher and student or student and student. This research classifies the features of body action of teacher and student in the technology classroom based on the classification of nonverbal behavior of Ekman and Freisen and discusses the role of the nonverbal behavior in the technology education classroom.

Keywords: technology education, nonverbal communication, technology teacher, student teacher

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