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Lenguaje corporal en reuniones en línea

by: D-Eva Project

En primer lugar, el estudiantado debe completar el curso de LinkedIn sobre “Lenguaje Corporal para un Liderazgo Auténtico” y el cuestionario final. Posteriormente, el/la guía comparte una plantilla sobre el lenguaje corporal en reuniones en línea, incluyendo los siguientes aspectos: encuadre, presentación, postura, expresiones faciales y uso de las manos. El/la guía, presente en la mayoría de las reuniones, observa el lenguaje corporal del alumnado y proporciona feedback de forma grupal e individual. Este ciclo se repite semanalmente, en una reunión cada semana. El feedback queda registrado en la plataforma de colaboración en web del programa académico.  

Resumen de la actividad: La actividad se desarrolla en gran grupo (reuniones virtuales)

Duración: 20 semanas (una observación a la semana)

Metodología: aprendizaje autónomo, discusiones en gran grupo, feedback grupal, feedback individual
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    Asia Trzeciak at HvA almost 2 years ago
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    Asia Trzeciak at HvA almost 2 years ago
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