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Running head: EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNINGEFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNINGName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNINGAbstractThe research paper has surfaced on the transparent communication between teacher and studentto improve the learning procedure of Maldives. The perception of verbal and non-verbalcommunication is there on this research topic to deliver active learning process to students.However, One-to-One communication is preferred by some of the teachers, and they believe thiskind of communication will help in effective learning procedures. Understanding the lesson andteaching techniques are important in that case, and that delivers the reflection of transparency inlearning. Skill and motivation are also important for students and teachers to provide this for thefuture development of students.The aim of this paper lies in the fact that Communication theories are aligned with this paper,and that helpsto understand the possible communication process involved in this research. Thepaper also includes the primary research method to understand the teacher’s view related to thetransparent communication process and most of the respondentsopted for verbal communicationand behavioral framework of learning. Efficient teachers' recruitment is the recommendedprocess that needed to be implemented in Maldives schools to enhance their literacy rateeffectively.
2EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNINGTable of Contents1. Introduction..................................................................................................................................41.1 Aim of objectives of the research..........................................................................................51.2 Background of the research....................................................................................................51.3 Research rationale..................................................................................................................61.4 Limitation of literature...........................................................................................................71.5 Research hypothesis...............................................................................................................82. Literature Review........................................................................................................................82.1 Effective communication theories.........................................................................................82.2 Theoretical perspective of communication in the teaching process....................................112.3 Academic motivation to students.........................................................................................122.4 Maldives’ Environment education.......................................................................................133. Methodology..............................................................................................................................13Research philosophy..................................................................................................................13Research approach.....................................................................................................................14Research design..........................................................................................................................14Data collection methods.............................................................................................................15Sampling and Sample Size.........................................................................................................154. Analysis and discussion.............................................................................................................154.1 Statistical analysis................................................................................................................16
3EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNINGQuestion 1:.............................................................................................................................16Question 2:.............................................................................................................................17Question 3:.............................................................................................................................18Question 4:.............................................................................................................................19Question 5:.............................................................................................................................204.2 Research result and findings................................................................................................215. Conclusion.................................................................................................................................225.1 Critical evaluation of research.............................................................................................225.2 Summary..............................................................................................................................235.3 Recommendation.................................................................................................................245.4 Further research approaches.................................................................................................25References......................................................................................................................................26Appendices....................................................................................................................................30
4EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNING1. IntroductionThe education system of Maldives is a traditional schooling process that has been startedby Maldives government, and those traditional schools are known ashuge, makthab ormadhrasa. There are 1,190 coral islands in the south-west part of the Indian sub-continent, andan archipelago frames theRepublic of Maldives. The population of Maldives is around 427,756as per the census of 2016 estimation. The literacy rate of Maldives is very impressive. Almost99.3% people are literate, and that will help the nation to build their academic progression overthe generations(Mohamed & Ahmed, 2000). The western style of schooling was introduced incapital Male, and at the initial level, this kind of education is applicable for some of the studentswho had the aspiration to know theexternal culture. However, after some years, thesituation haschanged and development of learning procedure and involvement of western culture has beenincluded in their normal curriculum. The schooling system of Maldives was structured on 5-2-3-2 cycle in 1978. The initial step was the five years of primary schooling and then two years ofmiddle schooling level and then three years of thejunior secondary level and two years ofthesenior secondary level(Mohamed & Ahmed, 2000).In all these processes, teacher-student communication is one of the primary objectivesthat need to be addressed properly so that effective results can be extracted from this system. In1980 Ministry of Education of Maldives, introduced first five-year primary education system andsome new teachers had been recruited by the authority so that teacher-student ration would godown and appropriate education can be delivered. Most of the islands pupil had come in thoseschools, and that is the reason teachers have to be more efficient in case of communicating withstudents. To promote the individual spirit and self-reliance of students through the education is
5EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNINGthe important part of this education system and that promotes students’ knowledge and level ofintellectualism.1.1 Aim of objectives of the researchThe research aims to explore the effective and transparent communication in learningsectors of Maldives so that education upgradation and interpretation of the student's mind will beachieved in a suitable form.Some other objectives determine the curriculum development of education system intheMaldives. These objectives are:To find out the physical, cognitive and emotional development of Maldives’ learningprocess and provide transparent communication to develop pupil skill and knowledge.To improve the education efficiency through quality communication process betweenstudent and teacher and expand the inter-relation between them.To develop the education system through the practical process of effectivecommunication and to strengthen students’ knowledge and approaches towards theeducation.To analyze the efficiency of students and identify their problem positions throughtransparent communication.1.2 Background of the researchInternal in-school communication is essential for the students as teachers need tounderstand the psychology of the students and present their learning approaches right that way.The research background signifies the communication importance in any sectors of learningarena. Things will be easier from the students' perspective if proper communication process is
6EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNINGused in a right way and that will help them to mitigate their problems as well. In theMaldives, asstudents are coming from different islands, so they are from different backgrounds as well, socommon language is the suitable option to process the communication. In case of skill and talentobservations, students may have the potential to develop their learning process, but conflictsituation in the communication and apparent way to interaction is the key obstacle in thissituation. This is the importance of this research to find out the ethnicity of maintainingcommunication in learning aspect in theMaldives.1.3 Research rationaleThe main issue of this research is to justifyimportance of transparent communicationprocess in theMaldives. The major problem that has been faced by theMaldives is the ratio thathas not met the student teacher actual ratio, which is intended. More simply, there are 6,407teachers are there in theMaldives, and among them 1,605 teachers are untrained. These teachersare the concern for Maldives’ education system as well(Mohamed & Ahmed, 2000).The research is essential in this modern time as Maldives wants to make them countthemselves in the developing countries and they have good percentage in case of literacy. So ifthey maintain their students' literary percentage, internal conflict situations and conflict problembetween the need to address in a right way (Kinaanath, 2013). Communication is the only way ofmitigating these factors, and that will deliver more penetration in evolving the level of learningperspectives also.The issue is some much relevant to the inhabitants of Maldives are coming fromthedifferent island. An amalgamation of South-Asian nations, Arabian nation,and South-westpupils is a major challenge for the nation. Instead of being restricted in an individual language,
7EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION IN LEARNINGdifferent language will be taught in the nation and in that case understanding the language andcommunication process is the most effective way of delivering proper education to the students.In case of primary education, students are huge in number and teachers are less as per the ratio.31:1 is the student-teacher ratio in theMaldives, and this is the concern factor for thenation(Mohamed & Ahmed, 2000). That is the reason the issue is considered as one of thesignificant issues in theMaldives.The research has shed light on the effective communication system, which needs to beestablished in theMaldives so that students will understand the connectivity, content and sharetheir views relevant to the education (Adam, 2015). There are some challenges like resources,training, connectivity problems, technological issues and professional practice is also needed, butall these sections are highlighting the professional development and educational change intheMaldives.1.4 Limitation of literatureThe research has different limitations in case of accumulating resources. Secondaryresources like relevant journals and books are paid version in some case and budget is a bigconcern for this research. In case of survey questionnaires, minimum numbers of people areinterested, and they are only considered as the respondent in that case. In case of limitation inteaching techniques in Maldives, training,and assistance needs to be implemented in all theuntrained teachers will know the method of handling and that will help them to understandproper education development through students’ progression.
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