Communication In The Classroom

Author: Keith Johnson
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Communicating In The Classroom

Author: Kathleen M. Kougl
Editor: Waveland PressInc
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This well-organized text is designed to help prospective teachers understand the dynamics of communication.

Communication For The Classroom Teacher

Author: Pamela J. Cooper
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
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Communication for the Classroom Teacher provides prospective and current teachers with the skills and knowledge to develop, understand, and improve their own communication behavior as well as their students.' By combining theory and practical advice, this book focuses on the reasons for using certain communication strategies and how to implement them. Communication for the Classroom Teacher covers a wide range of classroom communication issues, including interpersonal and small group communication; listening skills; verbal and nonverbal communication; instructional strategies such as lecturing, discussions, and storytelling; teacher influence; ethical considerations; and racism/sexism in the classroom. For anyone interested in learning about classroom communication.

An Introduction To Communication In The Classroom

Author: James C. McCroskey
Editor: Pearson College Division
ISBN: 9780205396153
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Intended for students who have little or no background in the field, this text provides a basic introduction to the research and theory related to communication in the classroom. Blending social science and humanistic approaches, "An Introduction to Communication in the Classroom"'s concepts and applications will help enhance readers' ability to communicate with their students. FeaturesThe text offers a brief and basic introduction to concepts and applications related to communication in the classroom. Because the text does not assume any prior knowledge of communication concepts, the text is written to be very accessible, avoiding technical language and jargon. This brief, inexpensive text allows instructors lots of flexibility for incorporating it into their courses. Numerous applications throughout the text will help students connect the theory to practical communication skills that they will use in the classroom. The text blends the social science and humanistic approaches to instruction, offering a broad perspective of the available research in the field today. The text is written by experts in the field. In addition, the authors combine a total of 65 years of experience teaching instructional communication.Related Texts Mottet, Richmond, & McCroskey's "Handbook of Instructional Communication: Rhetorical and Relational Perspectives" 1/e (c)2006 Chesebro & McCroskey's "Communication for Teachers" 1/e (c)2002

Communication In The Classroom

Author: Larry Lee Barker
Editor: Prentice Hall
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Cultivating Communication In The Classroom

Author: Lisa Johnson
Editor: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1506356389
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Building 21st Century communication skills Students are expected to be innovators, creative thinkers, and problem solvers. But what if they can't communicate their ideas persuasively? Knowing how to share ideas is as crucial as the ideas themselves. Unfortunately, many students don’t get explicit opportunities to hone this skill. Cultivating Communication in the Classroom will help educators design authentic learning experiences that allow students to practice their skills. Readers will find: Real world insights into how students will be expected to communicate in their future careers and education Strategies for teaching communication skills throughout the curriculum Communication Catchers for igniting ideas

Speech Communication For The Classroom Teacher

Author: Pamela J. Cooper
Editor: Gorsuch Scarisbrick Pub
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Communication For The Classroom Teacher Pearson New International Edition

Author: Cheri J. Simonds
Editor: Pearson Higher Ed
ISBN: 129205543X
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This text provides prospective and current teachers with the skills and knowledge to understand and improve their own and their students’ communication behavior. By combining theory and practical advice, this text focuses on the rationale for using certain communication strategies and guidance on how to implement them. Communication for the Classroom Teacher covers a wide range of classroom communication issues, including interpersonal and small group communication; listening skills; verbal and nonverbal communication (from both the teacher's and student's perspective); instructional strategies such as lecturing, discussions, and storytelling; teacher influence; ethical considerations; and racism/sexism in the classroom. NEW! Pearson's Reading Hour Program for Instructors Interested in reviewing new and updated texts in Communication? Click on the below link to choose an electronic chapter to preview… Settle back, read, and receive a Penguin paperback for your time! http://www.pearsonhighered.com/readinghour/comm

Communication In The Classroom

Author: Peter Sullivan
Editor: Deakin University Press
ISBN: 9780730013556
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Prepared for units ECT403 and ECT703 offered by the Faculty of Education in Deakin University's Open Campus Program.

The Classroom And Communication Skills Program

Author: Megan Ahlers
Editor: AAPC Publishing
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In The Classroom and Communications Skills Program: Practical Strategies for Educating Young Children with Autism Spectrum and Other Developmental Disabilities in the Public School Setting, Megan Ahlers and Colleen Zillich openly share their experience in the classroom and how they developed the CCSP. Created in response to the frustrations of young students attempting to adjust to the classroom, the Classroom and Communications Skills Program is based on the authors' shared belief that the least restrictive environment is a principle, not a place. It is an idea that teaches us to look at the continuum of service or placement options for children.Brimming with effective ways to facilitate the learning of young children who are non-verbal/limited verbal and not table ready in a public school setting, the program emphasizes the importance of creating a fluid continuum between the child's natural environments, including home and school, to increase the chances for generalizing skills.

Communication In The Classroom

Author: John Seiter
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"Student engagement is key to teaching communication, and no one understands that better than teachers. For years, communication conferences have invited instructors to share their ideas for classroom activities. John Seiter, Jennifer Peeples, and Matthew Sanders of Utah State University have compiled over 100 Great Ideas for Teaching Students, or G.I.F.T.S., for Communication in the Classroom. Communication instructors who are looking for new ways to enhance their course and engage their students will find this to be an invaluable resource"--From jacket.

Power In The Classroom

Author: Virginia P. Richmond
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136475257
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In the belief that power is something that is negotiated by participants in the instructional process and with the goal of understanding how communication and power interact, this book looks at power and instruction in many different ways. Drawing from the lessons of the social sciences generally, it examines research that has been conducted by instructional communication specialists, looks at newer approaches to power, presents a status report on what is now known, and points to the divergent directions that offer opportunities for future scholarship.

Classroom Communication And Diversity

Author: Robert G. Powell
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135147531
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Classroom Communication and Diversity is an integral resource for teaching awareness of diversity issues and communication in the classroom. Drawing on the research in the communication and education disciplines, authors Robert G. Powell and Dana Caseau provide theoretical models and useful strategies for improving instructional practices. They address the ways in which culture influences communication in the classroom, and assist teachers in developing the skills necessary to meet the needs of the students in their classrooms. New to the second edition is an expanded skills component, additional teaching resources, and an increased focus on the role of diversity in the classroom. Much of the information shared in this text derives from the authors' research and experience in schools and from the experiences of others, including teachers, parents, and children. Their experiences, combined with the cross-disciplinary approach, produce a volume of unique perspectives and considerable insight.

Nonverbal Communication In The Classroom

Author: Steven Allan Rollman
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Multicultural Communication Skills In The Classroom

Author: Sol Adler
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
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"This book is designed to enhance the interface among classroom teachers, speech-language specialists (SLS), and special education professionals who interact with linguistically diverse speakers -- the nonnative (as well as limited-English-proficient) and nonstandard-English-speaking children in the classroom. It is the author's contention that speaking in standard English is often intimately related to both academic success and desirable employment"--Preface (vii).

Teacher Communication

Author: Ken W. White
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475828543
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For pre- and in-service teachers, Teacher Communication is a one-of-a-kind resource for teacher education courses and workshops that want teachers to develop effective relational, organization and classroom communication skills. Its author focuses on the interpersonal, dialogical and relational aspects of teaching and learning, offering useful attitudes and strategies to enrich instructional skills. Readers learn how to keep a classroom interpersonal, how to communicate effectively with students, parents and colleagues, how to facilitate groups and discussions, how to address conflict and how to make effective oral presentations. Teacher Communication is a practical handbook for beginning and seasoned teachers who want to understand the increasingly significant role of communication in modern education.

Communication In The Classroom A Collection Of Gifts

Author: John Seiter
Editor: Macmillan Higher Education
ISBN: 1319200702
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Student engagement is key to teaching communication, and no one understands that better than teachers. For years, the National Communication Association and other conferences have invited instructors to share their ideas for classroom activities that drive home key concepts in a variety of communication courses. In Communication in the Classroom, editors, John Seiter, Jennifer Peebles, and Matthew Sanders, have collected and chosen the best 100+ of these Great Ideas for Teaching Students, or "GIFTS," in one book. All of these activities, for courses ranging from public speaking, interpersonal communication, and group communication, to mass communication, health communication, rhetoric, and more, have been submitted by real communication instructors who have tested and perfected them in real classrooms. Each activity includes a detailed explanation and debrief, drawing on the instructor's' experiences. This is an invaluable resource for anyone teaching a communication course who is looking for new ideas to spice up their course and engage students.

Queer Approaches

Author: Kristin LaFollette
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This edited collection supports queer educators and students, underscores the reasons society does not see LGBTQ representation in classroom spaces, and offers "queered" pedagogical approaches for teaching students from diverse backgrounds. This collection places value on every educator and student through prioritizing inclusivity, and the chapters carefully articulate what (queer) inclusivity is, why it matters for all educators, students, and administrators, and what can happen when inclusive environments are not created and/or sustained. When prompted to think about marginalized educators and students, most literature and research focuses on federal/state laws and instances of bullying. The chapters in this collection are farther reaching and provide (queered) solutions for these individuals' needs and challenges. This volume addresses the ability of the LGBTQ community to see themselves represented in the curriculum of schools, discussed in the language of society, and valued in all discourse settings. In addition, this volume uses queerness as a lens through which to reimagine classroom spaces and institutions of higher learning.

Language And Communication In The Mathematics Classroom

Author: Heinz Steinbring
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The way in which teachers communicate with their students partly determines what they communicate. This book addresses the communication issue by building on a series of papers whose first versions were presented in 1992 at the Sixth International Congress of Mathematics Education in Quebec. Papers include: (1) "Crossing the Gulf between Thought and Symbol: Language as (Slippery) Stepping-Stones" (Susan E.B. Pirie); (2) "Three Epistemologies, Three Views of Classroom Communication: Constructivism, Sociocultural Approaches, Interactionism" (Anna Sierpinska); (3) "Verbal Interaction in the Mathematics Classroom: A Vygotskian Analysis" (Maria G. Bartolini Bussi); (4) "Discourse and Beyond: On the Ethnography of Classroom Discourse" (Falk Seeger); (5) "From 'Stoffdidaktik' to Social Interactionism: An Evolution of Approaches to the Study of Language and Communication in German Mathematics Education Research" (Heinz Steinbring); (6) "Examining the Linguistic Mediation of Pedagogic Interactions in Mathematics" (Clive Kanes); (7) "Pupil Language-Teacher Language: Two Case Studies and the Consequences for Teacher Training" (Albrecht Abele); (8) "Teacher-Student Communication in Traditional and Constructivist Approaches to Teaching" (Maria Luiza Cestari); (9) "Alternative Patterns of Communication in Mathematics Classes: Funneling or Focusing?" (Terry Wood); (10) "Students Communicating in Small Groups: Making Sense of Data in Graphical Form" (Frances R. Curcio and Alice F. Artzt); (11) "Communication and Learning in Small-Group Discussions" (Kaye Stacey and Anne Gooding); (12) "Mathematical Communication through Small-Group Discussions" (Marta Civil); (13) "Formats of Argumentation in the Mathematics Classroom" (Gotz Krummheuer); (14) "Teaching without Instruction: The Neo-Socratic Method" (Rainer Loska); (15) "The Role of Natural Language in Prealgebraic and Algebraic Thinking" (Ferdinando Arzarello); (16) "How Students Interpret Equations: Intuition versus Taught Procedures" (Mollie MacGregor); (17) "Epistemological and Metacognitive Factors Involved in the Learning of Mathematics: The Case of Graphic Representations of Functions" (Maria Kaldrimidou and Andreas Ikonomou); (18) "Making Mathematics Accessible" (Megan Clark); (19) "Itineraries through Logic To Enhance Linguistic and Argumentative Skills" (Giancarlo Navarra); and (20)"Communication in a Secondary Mathematics Classroom: Some Images" (Judith Fonzi and Constance Smith). (ASK)