When I taught a lesson for an educational television network it
was quite revealing seeing my body language and micro
Thank you @paulbogush for your session on
Body Talk–Non-verbal Communication
in the Classroom
which inspired this page. Paul made us aware of what kids
were saying with their bodies. Knowing these things will
definitely change how you interact with your students.
"it is a neat topic...wish there was more time to discuss how
changing the kids bodies changes how they
behave/respond/perform" (Paul Bogush)
I don't know
When you are talking to a kid and they say "I don't know,"
watch for a sign as to whether they really do or not. If they
shrug their shoulders, they are submitting to you...they
really don't know and need your help. If they don't shrug
their shoulders, keep digging a bit deeper.
Non-Verbal_Communication - Paul Bogush on Diigo
One of the best professional development sessions in my school
was a demonstration on our body language. Our school had led New
York City on assaults on teachers by students
We were shown how to correctly use body language to avoid