A REVIEW Of EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION MODEL A PRACTICAL TEACHING IN THE THAI CLASSROOM GUIDE

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Settachai Chaisanit

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Educational communication is a process of exchange of facts, ideas, opinions, and means that individuals or organizations share the meaning and understanding with one another. There is a significant relationship between classroom communication and students' learning outcomes. The learning process itself is a part of the communicative process; it is a two-way interaction. Therefore, effective communication between the teacher and students is necessary for academic achievement in multicultural communication generation. . In summary, The Educational Communication Model involves a process where teachers (sources) establish objectives (encoding), create messages to teach skills necessary to achieve objectives, send these messages through suitable channels to students (receivers) who provide feedback that affect to learning innovation and effective communication is a part of effective teaching. The practical teacher can accurately identify students needs, addressing those needs at the appropriate level, and create a relaxed learning environment where open discussion is possible and welcome. There is higher success rate in learning outcomes.


 Keywords: The Educational Communication Model, Learning and Teaching in Thailand, Communication in the Thai classroom, Intercultural communication Learning Innovation and Technology 


 

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