Teenagers engage in interpersonal communication every day. Whether they are talking with friends, speaking with teachers, or conversing with parents, students must learn to communicate effectively in order to reach their goals. Students will learn how to listen and have empathy for others, correctly perceive what others are trying to communicate including those from other cultures and backgrounds, and how their body language sometimes can communicate more than what they say. They will understand that good communication skills are paramount to good relationships. Students will also learn how their communication creates problems in their lives. Interpersonal Communication camp will be an incredible journey for students to work on self-improvement and through self-reflection work on a plan of action.
Interpersonal Communication camp will be an incredible journey for students to work on self-improvement and through self-reflection work on a plan of action.
You video chat people so you can see your instructor. You can see how they are interacting with you. It's like a face to face interaction just over the web.
Like most parents, I was skeptical about how interactive this medium would be. But I do see that it has brought a tremendous amount of positive change to my son's life.
My son loves it; he enjoys it; he gets a lot out of it. I've seen him grow in his character and his confidence.
They have excellent teachers, and they have an excellent staff who are really are invested in the growth of these kids.
It's taught me to be so much of a better debater. You can do practice debates online; you can do speeches online; you can do anything you would normally do at a debate practice online.
These online classes have met and exceeded my expectations. I was a bit hesitant because I come from a generation where we meet in the classroom, and we drive and get together. But the kids are so collaborative online, I don't think they are missing a beat.