30 Communication Quotes For Teachers

Communication is defined as the act of delivering, receiving, and exchanging information—in other words, talking, writing, listening, and reading. Paying attention to what others are saying, talking and writing clearly, and respecting opposing viewpoints are what make a good communicator. 

When talking about jobs that require great communication, teaching would surely top the list. While it is a known fact that kids spend more than half of their day in school, therefore, proper communication from the teachers would be a prerequisite. At the same time, teachers are always on the lookout to find ways to enhance their skills so that they can positively impact the child. Hence, some quotes can be helpful and motivating to the teachers in aiding them with better communication. 

How can communication quotes help teachers? 

Quotes can be really helpful for teachers in communication as they tend to develop the following skills in students:

1. Teachers’ Communication Skills

Communication is perhaps the broadest area—and certainly the most crucial — of soft skills for instructors. Teachers shall be skilled communicators who can talk to any individual, be it, parents or students. 

2. Teacher and Student Communication Skills

A teacher’s primary responsibility is to educate pupils and impart information about a specific subject. It’s not simply regurgitating textbook information, but also finding methods to make classes more entertaining and involve pupils. 

3. Teachers’ and Parents’ Communication Skills

Communication is crucial to teachers when it comes to interacting with parents. Listening to their queries, making effective communication about their child’s progress, and much more comes only when the teacher is an efficacious communicator. 

Communication quotes for teachers

1. “The great enemy of communication, we find, is the illusion of it. “ William H. Whyte

2. “Lack of communication will destroy a relationship.” – Sayam Asjad

3. “People don’t have anything but the communication with the things.” – Meir Ezra

4. “Once you communicate, you don’t discover reality, you create reality.”Meir Ezra

5. “Let’s forget about the things you haven’t done, and talk about what you have done.” Michelle Lederman

 6. “When people agree with me, I always feel that I must be wrong.”Oscar Wilde

7. “Think like a wise man but communicate in the language of the people.” —William Butler Yeats

8. “How often misused words generate misleading thoughts.” ― Herbert Spencer

9.  “There is no communication that is so simple that it cannot be misunderstood.”― Luigina Sgarro

10. “If we wish to achieve better communication, we should feel free to make changes in the ways we communicate.”Dr. Prem Jagyasi

11. “Sometimes it isn’t what a person says, but rather what they don’t say, that tells you more than their words ever could.” Laurie Buchanan, PhD

12. “Your body language can divulge your disinterest or, conversely, it can affirm your attentiveness and confidence.”Michelle Tillis Lederman

13. “When you stop communicating, you become poor.” Meir Ezra

14. “Assumptions are the termites of relationships.” Henry Winkler

15. “A beautiful thing happens when we start paying attention to each other. It is by participating more in your relationship that you breathe life into it.”Steve Maraboli

16. “Nothing said in words ever came out quite even. Things in words got twisted and ran together, instead of staying straight and fitting together.”Ursula K. Le Guin

17.  “We all struggle with our failure to communicate and our failure to reach beyond fear to love people.” Mira Sorvino

18.  “Words are the voice of the heart.”Confucius

19. “It doesn’t matter if people don’t know that you do a good thing nor the right thing. But he nor she must know your expression of love.” Olivia Sinaga

20. “Words travel as swiftly as desire, so it is possible to send a message of love without them.”― Laura Esquivel

21. “Don’t assume that prior communication has been effective and that people get it.”Benjamin Komlos

 22. “If there is a communication issue, it is not the fault of the other person but of both people.”Jeffrey G. Duarte

 23. “The fact that I’m using words doesn’t necessarily mean that I’m saying anything.”Craig D. Lounsbrough

24. “Communication is humanity’s greatest blessing, although efforts to establish it can feel like humanity’s greatest curse.”Cole Todd

25. “The quality of your communication determines the size of your result.” Meir Ezra

26. “If people had the right skills and intention to communicate well, there would be no conflict. The better we are at communicating, the better our lives will be.”Yama Mubtaker

27. “You can communicate best when you first listen.”Catherine Pulsifer

28. “You must be able to communicate successfully in order to become a leader and someone others listen to.” Keith Boyer

29. “Conversation is king. Content is just something to talk about.”Cory Doctorow

30. “Your words will either give you joy or give you sorrow, but if they were spoken without regret, they give you peace.” Shannon Alder

Summing Up

Every communication has at least one sender, one message, and one recipient. This may appear straightforward, yet communication is a really difficult issue. A wide variety of factors can influence message delivery from sender to destination. These include our emotions, the cultural circumstances, the communication medium employed, and even our location.  

Because of the complexities involved, strong communication skills are highly valued by companies all around the world: precise, effective, and clear communication is exceedingly difficult. However, with the right motivation, teachers can become great communicators which can guarantee parent satisfaction, and benefits to students as well. 

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