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How To Make Presentations That Teach And Transform

Author : Robert Garmston
ISBN : 9781416615934
Genre : Education
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In this practical guide to designing and delivering interesting and effective presentations for adult audiences, Garmston and Wellman cover the five stages of a presentation and offer tips for executing each one.

Cop Talk

Author : Virginia Kidd
ISBN : 0965502937
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 35. 49 MB
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This book is intended for police officers who want to improve their communication skills in the context of implementing the goals and objectives of community policing. The first chapter discusses basic communication principles that explain how a message is sent and received. It examines the content and relational message components, communication context, verbal and nonverbal codes, channel, and feedback. Chapter 2 is designed to improve an officer's interpersonal communication, as community policing increases the number of interactions between an officer and the community. Chapter 3 considers the dynamics of work groups. Step-by-step instructions are provided for planning and leading a small, task-oriented group meeting. Chapter 4 focuses on public speaking, as it teaches officers how to prepare and deliver a talk before a group; and Chapter 5 instructs officers in how to prepare for and lead a community meeting. Topics cover selecting a presentation format, planning the details of your meeting, and dealing with a hostile audience. Remaining chapters focus on creative problem-solving techniques, ways to convince others to support a creative solution and become involved in an action plan for change, and ways to publicize a program through the media and other means.

Creative Planning Resource For Interconnected Teaching And Learning

Author : Lyn Ellen Lacy
ISBN : UCSC:32106011371165
Genre : Education
File Size : 75. 26 MB
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Annotation Drawing from various educational reform theories, this book provides a foundation for interconnected teaching and learning for the whole child and across a curriculum featuring media literacy, multiculturalism, and personal development. Written for pre-service and in-service teachers at the preschool through twelfth grade levels, the book offers advice on planning to accommodate diverse groupings and making the most of limited resources. Lacy taught in Minneapolis Public Schools. Pailliotet teaches education at Whitman College. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Tweak To Transform

Author : Mike Hughes
ISBN : 9781855394346
Genre : Education
File Size : 77. 75 MB
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Improving teaching is the key to genuine and sustainable school improvement. Improvement involves persuading teachers to change and develop their practice but, as anyone who has ever tried will testify, this is far from easy. The focus of Tweak to Transform is what head teachers and school leaders can do to manage the change process and improve the quality of teaching in a school. Essentially, Tweak to Transform is a practical handbook that seeks to address three questions: - What do we know about change? - What do we know about learning? - What do we know about leading and managing the improvement process? While there is no single successful recipe for improving teaching in a school, this book attempts to establish some key principles. The result is a collection of thoughts, activities strategies and models that have been developed and successfully implemented in a wide range of schools.

Magic Demystified

Author : Byron A. Lewis
ISBN : UOM:39015061389063
Genre : Communication
File Size : 42. 88 MB
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Collaborative Leadership And Global Transformation

Author : Timothy Stagich
ISBN : 9780976960324
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 36. 68 MB
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Collaboration in organizations and group cultures is changing the way we think about leadership as well as individual, social and global transformation. Change is inevitable and the transformations which occur through group synergy are reshaping the world in which we live in every area of community life. We are becoming a more collaborative society. Leaders who understand how to facilitate collaboration are better able to improve performance and motivate people to learn, develop, share and adapt to c hanges at home, at work and throughout the global community. The transformations which occur through this process help each individual and group to reach their highest potential and in the process generate benefits for society and the environment. This book is a blueprint for leaders and individuals to understand this collaborative process and learn how to work together better to create higher levels of synergy and performance in every group effort.

Transformation In Teaching

Author : Catheryn Cheal
ISBN : 9781932886498
Genre : Computer-assisted instruction
File Size : 22. 54 MB
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Cognitive Coaching

Author : Arthur L. Costa
ISBN : UOM:39015032292792
Genre : Cognition
File Size : 84. 59 MB
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Shows you how teachers' individual and collective capacities for continuing self-improvement are strengthened over time through cognitive coaching.

Teachers And Teaching

Author : Hugh Munby
ISBN : 9781135723330
Genre : Education
File Size : 70. 44 MB
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The intention of this book is to develop an increased awareness of the place of professional practice in the realms of research in teaching. The chapters investigate, from an international perspective, the emerging reflective methods of collaboration between practitioners and researchers, appreciation of teachers and teaching, and greater understanding of what they aim to promote.

Inviting Transformation

Author : Sonja K. Foss
ISBN : 9781478608684
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 53. 25 MB
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The third edition of Inviting Transformation continues to offer a refreshing, innovative approach to public speaking, or what the authors call presentational speaking to acknowledge that not all important speaking occurs in formal public settings. The book introduces readers to invitational rhetoric, a mode of communicating that offers an effective response to the diversity that characterizes the world. In an invitational approach, speakers communicate not to win or to prove superiority but to clarify ideas and to achieve understanding for all participants in an interaction. Respect for the diversity of the world also is emphasized in the book in that the traditional speaking model has been expanded to include speaking options that characterize diverse cultural groups. For all of the processes of presentingsuch as selecting a speaking goal, organizing ideas, elaborating on ideas, and delivering the presentation the book includes and validates more inclusive speaking practices. Sample presentations reflect concepts presented in the text, providing clear and contemporary examples of the best invitational speaking practices. The exceptionally accessible writing style and reasonable price make this concise text attractive for students and instructors alike.

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