ENVoY

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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Research Evaluation Summary of the ENVoY Program

by Dr. Emily Garfield   It is evident that ENVoY training provides, expands, and/or reinforces good teaching skills. We see this reflected in the research findings, we hear this from the teachers, and we observe this in student behavior. Our challenge is how to persuade the educational community that it is important to incorporate non-verbal …

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