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Don’t Judge an Audience by its Stare

Don’t Judge an Audience by its Stare

Don’t Prejudge A Situation: In the areas of emotions and feelings, it is important to avoid the natural human tendency to take situations at their face value no matter how practiced one is in making presentations. You May Be Surprised: Our emotions cause us to prejudge an audience, often in direct contradiction to the facts.…

Finding Your Niche

Writers just know they want to write – it’s a feeling we’re born with – I think. Nothing else seems natural for some of us, so the decision to pursue a career as a professional writer is easy. However, it can be more difficult for writers to determine exactly what type of writing we want to do for a living.…

The Issue of Class Size

Research has consistently proven that small student to teacher ratios are the optimal choice for enhanced learning of students and effective teaching by teachers. Unfortunately, in high schools across the country, student to teacher ratios are far beyond acceptable numbers and teachers spend more of their time managing and disciplining students than actually teaching.…

Performance Feedback – Why We’re Scared and How Not to Be

Effective communication is not a one-way street. It involves an interaction between the sender and the receiver. The responsibility for this interaction is assumed by both parties. The speaker can solicit feedback and adjust the message accordingly. The listener can summarize what was said for the speaker and continually practice the empathetic process.…
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