My Words Tell Students One Thing, But My Actions Say…

Rae Pica withDeborah J. Stipek, Ph.D, Lori Desautels, Jennifer Carey

The research shows that teacher expectations impact student performance. Though most teachers already know this, what may not be so well known are the myriad ways we subtly send contradictory messages to students. Learn how to make sure your words match your actions in the classroom.

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Deborah J. Stipek, Ph.D. is the I James Quillen Dean and the Judy Koch Professor of Education at Stanford University. Her doctorate is from Yale University in developmental psychology. Lori Desautels is Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Marian University teaching the the neuro-diversity of learning. Jennifer Carey is Director of Educational Technology at the Ransom Everglades School in Miami, Florida. Jennifer blogs at IndianaJen.com and has more than a dozen years of educational technology experience.
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