Week 1 Checkpoint Due Day 3

Week 1 Checkpoint Due Day 3 - Part A Giving feed back in a...

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Part A Giving feed back in a face-to-face environment compared to an online environment is extremely different. Both offer a different set of challenges. With a face-to-face environment you are able to see that person. You are able to read their facial expressions, body language and interact with them on a more personal level. By being face-to-face with that person you are better able to respond to that persons emotions. In an face-to-face environment you are able to use not only words but also your emotions and your body language to communicate. You are able to use these cues to interact. In a face-to-face environment you can receive both written and oral feed back. In a online environment you cannot see the person. There for you cannot read a persons facial expressions, nor can you read their body language. You do not get to interact with them on a personal level and it is harder to respond to peoples emotions. In an online environment you have to communicate with words. The feed back that you receive is
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2010 for the course GEN 105 105 taught by Professor Henrik during the Fall '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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