Communicating in the Classroom
Today┐s K┐12 classrooms are filled with students who have diverse experiences and unique perspectives. Now more than ever effective communication is critical to students┐ learning. Communicating in the Classroom offers prospective and in-service teachers who have had little or no formal training in communication a well-organized, easy-to-comprehend book that covers basic communication principles, how they relate to teaching and learning, and the best way to facilitate the communication process in the classroom. Kougl discusses many of the communication strategies that serve as guidelines for achieving important classroom goals from teachers┐ as well as students┐ perspectives. Numerous useful examples tie the topics to real-life classroom experiences.
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Effective Communication in the Classroom
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