This course adopts a hands-on approach to helping students learn active listening in online communication situations. Students will learn how to apply verbal and non-verbal signs of active listening to achieve effective online interactions. This course will introduce students to the principles of active listening and provide opportunities for them to practise the active listening strategies in simulated online communication contexts.
This micro-module comprises three session:
- 4 August, 10am - 12pm
- 5 August, 10am - 12pm
- 6 August, 10am - 12pm
Overall aim: To enable students to activate active listening skills to engage effectively in online communication contexts.
By the end of this module, students will have learnt how to:
- Apply verbal cues to display active listening in online interactions;
- Apply non-verbal cues to demonstrate active listening through an online platform.
Ms Jodie Luu Storytelling and active listening to build empathy and mutual understanding have been the cornerstones of Ms Jodie Luu's lessons in public communication as an instructor at CELC. Through learners-centric activities and hands-on practices, she hopes to help graduands cultivate these much-needed soft skills to thrive in the ever-changing world.
Date: Tuesday, 4 August 2020
Event Time: 10am – 12pm
Faculties: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, NUS Business School, School of Computing, School of Design and Environment, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science
Target Audience: Recent graduates (Class of 2020)