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Nurturing the Neglected C: Tips for Teaching Communication Skills in the Classroom

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Overview

Rick Stevens, Senior VP of HR for Boeing once stated, "We hire for hard skills. We fire for soft skills." While there are countless resources available to support creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration, very little content is available to support students with communication…the highest rated of the 4 Cs among employers. Join Lisa Johnson as she shares how to easily thread curricular content through the art of communication, while incorporating the 3 other Cs so that you can cultivate oral, written, visual, and nonverbal communication skills. In addition, Lisa will explore a wide range of activities including email etiquette, positive interdependence strategies, curation, digital portfolios, and more. Discover how you can better prepare your students for the future by nurturing the Neglected C!

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: College & Career Readiness, Communication & Collaboration
Tags: 4 Cs, 4Cs, communication skills, curation, email etiquette, oral communications, portfolios, visual communications

Reviews (7)

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Very informative, it helps teachers understand the importance of teaching communication skills and how to apply them in real life scenarios. I feel like this also applies to middle school students as well. I enjoyed this. Thank you for sharing!
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Great information. Thank you for sharing.
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Awesome. Thanks.
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very good info
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This webinar is very enlightening about teaching students communication skills. As teachers, we need to remember that there are nonverbal, listening and visual communications as well as written communication. We need to teach students email etiquette and stress to them that this is the main communication in the workplace. It is also essential that we as educators allow the students to learn how to create portfolios and resumes online.
 
Great Video.
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Excellent presentation!
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