Title Card: Teaching High School Mathematics: First Course
Title Card: Prerequisite to Communication
Title Card: What conditions are necessary for effective communication? Our purpose is to consider this . . . and to raise some of the other questions that
rise from our study. But we don't have all the answers, and we hope you will help us.
Title Card: Teachers need to distinguish between what one gets from his own inferences, and what one gets through interpreting messages sent by others.
Communication: A horse, the rider, and their instructor
Communication: Rat in a food Maze
Communication: Dog receiving stage directions
Communication: Guide Dogs
Nonverbal Communication in the Classroom
Credits [Title cards]
With the cooperation of The Seeing Eye, Inc. Morristown, New Jersey
Instructor: Max Beberman
Produced by the University of Illinois Committee on School Mathematics
with grants from the National Science Foundation and the US Office of Education
Project Director: Max Beberman; Content Director: Gertrude Hendrix; Asst. Content Director: Jesse Orvedahl; Film Director: Byrl Sims; New Series Staff: Mark
Anderson, Martin Fass, Wesley Faulkner, James W. Hall, Robert LA Gow; First Series Staff: Stanley Follis, John Werner; Classroom furniture courtesy of Brunswick
Teaching High School Mathematics; First Course; Prerequisite to Communication
What conditions are necessary for effective communication? Nonverbal communication occurs even when students learn without us telling
them what we want them to know. The film explores this idea and raises other issues that arise from this study, including the need to distinguish between what one understands from one's own
inferences, and what one interprets from messages sent by others. Black and white picture with sound. Eastman Kodak edge code reads "triangle square," which correlates to 1964.
University of Illinois Committee on School Mathematics (producer)