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Extensive research has been done on the ENVoY program of Classroom Management both internally and externally. If you have any questions about the ENVoY Research listed on this page, please contact us. As applied research demonstrates, the systematic use of nonverbal messages is the single most important skill any professional utilizes. By employing the full range of the nonverbal skills taught in ENVoY, we can manage with influence as opposed to power in any setting.

Using ENVoY Non-Verbal Classroom Management to Improve Student Behavior, Academic Performance, and Teacher Satisfaction

by Rhoads Elementary (Dr. Debera Balthazar, principal) and Gregg Elementary (David Jackson, Principal) Summary of August 2009 presentation to all HISD administrators by principals of …

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