Communication barriers are obstacles which hamper the communication process. The examples of such are:
Conducting communication in a superior or condescending manner – when working with students it is very important that they feel your support and while maintaining respect they should not be feeling as worse.
Use of fast and routinely expressed questions – this could suggest that you are not really interested in the message that you are receiving.
Rare reference to the thoughts of our interlocutor – such behaviour suggests that you are concentrated more on yourself and your point of view than to the message that you are receiving.
Frequent interruptions for asking questions or meddling comments – it is important to avoid that behaviour as the fluency of the talk suffers in such situations
The use of jargon or complicated language – especially problematic if language in which the communication is carried is not the native one of the interlocutors.