Why Students Tune Out: Five Ways to Get Students to Listen and Hear
Rae Pica with Isis Artze, Geoffrey Caine, Melanie Link Taylor, Dan Brown
In this segment we explore why some students don’t listen, and what teachers can do about it.
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March 12, 2014 Educators Channel
Geoffrey Caine coauthored nine books building bridges among neuroscience, psychology, and education. Isis Artze is assistant director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and author of the article, Active Listening: Seven Ways to Help Students Listen, Not Just Hear. Melanie Link Taylor teaches both general ed. and special ed. Dan Brown is a teacher and director of the Future Educators Association.
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