Reflective Research for CYOTA
A framework for exploring with students what good communication looks like and for helping them develop the necessary skills.
With the rise of phones and social media, it is even more essential that students learn how to effectively communicate with others. Check out these 3 tips for teaching communication skills to students.
By: R. Poth. Exploring different modes of communication can help students develop solid skills needed for the future of work.
According to a recent workplace report by LinkedIn , "Communications is the No. 1 skill gap across those major cities in the United States." And perhaps an even bigger issue - students aren't completely aware of this gap.
More screen-time means students need more in-person communication to learn the dying art of conversation. Here are a tips to practice with your students!
Multi-mode (HyFlex) and Live Streaming
Reading, Literacy & CTE: Research, Readings, & Tools