Presenter Information

Meghan KeefeFollow

Faculty Advisor

Dr. David McLaughlin

Start Date

28-4-2020 12:00 AM

End Date

28-4-2020 12:00 AM

Description

This study was performed with the intent to determine which way better helps elementary age students understand rules and directions better, verbal or nonverbal cues. My data was taken from a second-grade classroom over the course of four weeks while student teaching. My goal was to determine through observations and interactions with my students how I could most effectively communicate with them during a busy school day, to ensure that the most learning possible was completed.

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How Does the Usage of Verbal vs Nonverbal Cues Affect Classroom Management in my Teaching Practice?

This study was performed with the intent to determine which way better helps elementary age students understand rules and directions better, verbal or nonverbal cues. My data was taken from a second-grade classroom over the course of four weeks while student teaching. My goal was to determine through observations and interactions with my students how I could most effectively communicate with them during a busy school day, to ensure that the most learning possible was completed.

 

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