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This week is talking about communicating effectively in a mediated world. One of the ways to communicate effectively is to focus on the issue at hand and not on the person presenting the issue or informing you of the problem. You also need to value yourself and the experiences you have been through in your life. You also need to Empathize and not detach yourself from others, making sure that you keep all lines of communication open. According to our book, electronic communication is very useful when you are having an argument and need clarification, and when a fast turnaround time is needed (Janasz, 2022).
A personal experience that I have gone through was during covid when my children had to transition from a regular classroom setting to being completely virtual from home. I am not a teacher and there are many things that my children are learning in school that we were never taught or it had been so long since I had learned it that I forgot had to do it. We would have weekly meetings with school staff on video chat to discuss how our children were doing and try and have the teachers help us navigate through things we did not know how to teach them. We send emails every day asking questions and would even have days when there were too many people using the internet in our rural community that our system at are schools would go down. This we very challenging as a mother and just as hard or even harder for our children. Our oldest daughter was a senior that year, and to say that covid took so much from our children is an understatement. They had to miss out on spending their last year in high school with their friends, didn’t have a senior trip, award nights, finish their sports seasons, they didn’t even have homecoming or prom. As a mother watching my child hurt because she missed out on so many memories that she had been looking for, for years. Our children have suffered so much emotionally and academically from the covid pandemic. Their reading, writing, and math scores have dropped sustainably and have caused our children to fall behind in their education. It is safe to say that our children need to be in class learning and not trying to learn virtually or over zoom meetings with their teachers.
Janasz, D. S., Dowd, K., & Schneider, B. (2022). Loose Leaf for Interpersonal Skills in Organizations (7th ed.). McGraw Hill
CNBC. (2021, October 12). Virtual school resulted in ‘significant’ academic learning loss, study finds. CNBC. Retrieved from https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/30/learning-loss-from-virtual-school-due-to-covid-is-significant-.html