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ERIC Number: ED087100
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 14
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An Educational Leadership Listening Model.
Nostrand, Peter F.; Shelly, Richard W.
The model developed here has been designed to help educators become better listeners and thereby better leaders. The model is broken down into an active and a post-active phase. The active phase covers the period of time during which active verbal intercourse is in progress. Concentrative listening, the first skill in the active phase, is that skill through which the listener focuses and maintains his attention on the verbal input. The second skill, appreciative listening, is a humanistic component in which the listener attempts to comprehend the verbalizer's perception of his communication. The post-active phase begins when the speaker has completed his verbalization. Included in this phase are three listening components: (1) analytic (the listener classifies material received as either relevant or irrelevant), (2) critical (the listener appraises each relevant piece of information received), and (3) creative (the listener synthesizes and evaluates what he has received). Several diagrams of the listening model are included. (Author/DN)
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