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My Teacher Look: Get Students Back on Track

Find out why it works for her, and how you can develop that same kind of nonverbal communication with your students.
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It’s summer vacation, but I’m sure you are still thinking about the classroom and how to make it better next year. This is a very brief video in which a teacher explains her “teacher look.” Find out why it works for her, and how you can develop that same kind of nonverbal communication with your students. It’s a way to redirect an individual’s behavior without involving the entire classroom. The educators’ comments about the video are certainly worth reading also.

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