In this learning activity you'll define how perception influences your world view and learn the elements of the perception process.
Learners will examine the four steps to listen actively to improve relationships.
In this learning activity you'll explain the role of significant others in the development of the self-concept
In this learning activity you'll distinguish the differences between the content message and the relational message.
In this learning activity you'll create a Johari Window.
In this activity, students practice recognizing the different types of noise in the communication process.
The learner will read a mini-lecture defining external noise and will complete an activity.
Students view a world map and click on a country or continent to read about how the people there view time. A brief quiz concludes the activity.
The learner will explore the challenges commonly faced with remaining motivated and identify the obstacles that cause a loss of motivation.
Learn the definition of perception, its process and how it affects communication
The learner will identify common barriers to effective listening.
In this learning activity you'll explore five types of power: legitimate, referent, coercive, reward, and expert.
In this learning activity you'll use critical thinking skills to rewrite appropriate responses to potentially sensitive words and phrases.
In this learning activity you'll use critical thinking, personal opinions, and experiences to develop responses regarding communicating respectfully.
The student will read a mini-lecture explaining the organization stage in the perception process and will complete an activity.
In this learning activity you'll explore the four stages of conflict (latent, triggering incident, conflict, new equilibrium) and then creates a similar diagram applying to a specific personal conflict.
In this learning activity, you'll discuss shifting perceptions of parents at different life stages.
In this learning activity you'll view a graphical layout of the transactional communication model.
In this learning activity you'll review physiological noise and complete an activity.
In this learning activity you'll define psychological noise and will complete an activity.
The learner will identify ways to overcome barriers to critical thinking and problem-solving including false memories, personal biases and prejudices, and physical and emotional hindrances.
The learner will identify barriers to critical thinking related to internal and external factors after viewing scenarios.
The learner will explore basic human limitations that create barriers to critical thinking including selective thinking, false memories, and perceptual limitations.
The learner will identify techniques to use to overcome people-related barriers to critical thinking.
In this learning activity, the user will understand how believing in and using common stereotypes can get in the way of working together.