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The Effectiveness of Nonverbal Skills on Students

Can we motivate students through non-verbal communication? Master of Arts thesis extract by Dirk Lagerwaard (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain) In this extract, Dirk details the results that were found when Michael’s non-verbal skills were applied by teachers in secondary schools. The student’s level of engagement and motivation were evaluated against the non-verbal language used by the teachers. Eight skills …

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Study shows the value of ENVoY

Effectiveness of ENVoY Classroom management model sponsored by Knowledge Arts Foundation Results of University of Houston study, 2006-2007* Overview Does it work? Yes. In a study conducted by Dr. Robert Houston at the University of Houston Institute for Urban Education, ENVoY is shown to be effective in improving classroom environment for students. Data from seven …

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Classroom Strategies Foundation

What Classroom Strategies Foundation does Professional development of educators in these areas: Manage classroom behavior Handle group dynamics Establish relationships with the at-risk student Our goal is to develop local leadership so that after three years the district can sustain programs independently. What St. Landry Parish would do to have a full program in classroom …

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ENVoY – Research on Nonverbal Classroom Management

By Jenny Edwards, Ph.D. From 1994 to 1997, a longitudinal study was conducted on the effects of Cognitive CoachingSM (Costa & Garmston, 1994; 2002), Nonverbal Classroom Management (NVCM), also known as ENVoY (Grinder, 1993), and monthly dialogue groups on teacher implementation of Standards-Based Education, teacher efficacy, school culture, teacher conceptual development, teacher empowerment, and other …

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Windsor Unified School District’s ENVoY Research

“82% of all communication is non-verbal communication*.” —National Teacher’s Association As applied research demonstrates, the systematic use of non-verbal messages is the single most important skill any professional utilizes. By employing the full range of the non-verbal skills taught in ENVoY, we can manage with influence as opposed to power in any setting. Windsor Unified …

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