The Relationship between Verbal Teacher Immediacy Behaviors and Student Learning.

@inproceedings{Gorham1988TheRB,
  title={The Relationship between Verbal Teacher Immediacy Behaviors and Student Learning.},
  author={Joan Gorham},
  year={1988}
}
Previous research has indicated that nonverbal teacher behaviors such as smiling, vocal expressiveness, movement about the classroom, and relaxed body position are salient low‐inference variables of a process which results in a product of increased cognitive and affective learning. This study identified a set of verbal teacher immediacy behaviors which similarly relate to increased student learning. Results indicated differentiated use of various types of verbal immediacy messages between small… CONTINUE READING

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