Active listening and their implications in the educational process

Jovanovska, Sashka (2021) Active listening and their implications in the educational process. Seshadripuram Journal of Social Sciences (SJSS), 2 (4). pp. 51-60. ISSN 2581-6748

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Communication, as one of the most complex and inevitable processes in people's daily lives,
often brings with it a series of misunderstandings, whose factors are based on several aspects,
but the most common are those related to insufficient listening, which results in
misunderstandings of interlocutors. Many times in communication we have a feeling that the
interlocutor is not "present" with the thoughts in the communication, ie a feeling that he does
not listen to us at all. Analyzing these situations, we can conclude that in such cases the
interlocutors do not listen to us actively, but only passively, which means they are physically and partially mentally present in the communication, but they think of something completely
different and do not perceive the messages we send. The skill of "listening" means much more
than just being able to "hear the message being sent." It involves understanding the message,
the situations, but also the other people we communicate with. In that way, we help the
interlocutors to see a certain problem more clearly, but at the same time to build a trusting
relationship that helps the communication to get a positive and constructive flow. This means
that by active listening we avoid all communication barriers and respect other people's

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Humanities > Languages and literature
Humanities > Philosophy, ethics and religion
Divisions: Faculty of Philology
Depositing User: Saska Jovanovska
Date Deposited: 09 Sep 2021 08:45
Last Modified: 09 Sep 2021 08:45

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