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Why Do People Commit To Behavior Which Consistently Lacks Moral or Ethical Principles. By CHARLIE ANDERSON Why Do People Commit To Behavior Which Consistently Lacks Moral or Ethical Principles Call it what you like…thirst for control, money, power, greed, lust or simply a lack of conscience.

Why Do People Commit To Behavior Which Consistently Lacks Moral or Ethical Principles

Teaching Informational Text with Magazines. Teaching Tips and a Magazine Subscription Giveaway!

Teaching Informational Text with Magazines

Next Giveaway Dates: April 14 - May 6, 2014 With the Common Core emphasis on teaching informational text, you might be wondering where to find appropriate texts for reading instruction. Most classrooms are overflowing with great children's literature and novels, but many schools lack a good selection of interesting nonfiction texts. If you enjoy reading magazines yourself, the solution to that problem is right in front of you! Dan Pink: The puzzle of motivation. Classroom Management Tricks of the Trade: Handshake Q&A. Google.

Social Media - New Age Media Ppt Presentation. The New Age of Learning Ppt Presentation. Postanite imuni na provokacije, manipulacije i podmetanja. Quotes by famous dyslexics, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi ppt. 10 Thoughts On Engagement In eLearning. More About Engagement. For Presentations. A working life: The voice coach. As instructed, the students who had been sitting cross-legged quickly rise and walk briskly around the room, weaving in and out to avoid each other.

A working life: The voice coach

"All these tensions take you away from being present," says Patsy Rodenburg, director of voice at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, her voice loud and clear over the drumming of feet on the wooden floor. "Let's get really present," she says, somehow managing to discern individual movements out of the whirl of bodies before her. "You're drifting, you're drifting again. Make sure you're not invading their space.

" The 30 or so students come to a stop after a few minutes and pair off. For 30 years Rodenburg has taught here at this City of London Corporation school in London's Barbican. Now she has her students form a circle, where they recite across the floor to each other. Interview with Patsy Rodenburg, Author and World's Leading Voice Coach. Patsy Rodenburg is Director of Voice at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (26 years)and until recently at the Royal National Theatre (16 years).

Interview with Patsy Rodenburg, Author and World's Leading Voice Coach

She is recognized as one of the world’s leading voice and acting coaches. Being Present in Your Collaborations: The Second Circle of Patsy Rodenburg. Serendipity can be a wonderful traveling companion, and on a recent journey she took me to meet Patsy Rodenburg (figuratively, of course).

Being Present in Your Collaborations: The Second Circle of Patsy Rodenburg

Patsy is one of the most highly regarded voice coaches in the world, and has worked with actors like Judi Dench, Ian McKellen, and Daniel Day-Lewis. She is also an author of such books as Speaking Shakespeare, The Actor Speaks, and The Second Circle. One of the reasons I was drawn to her was that her ideas are not just relevant to the acting world, but to all us – in our relationships, our work collaborations, in our classrooms. The central concept is presence (attentive energy), and we are always faced with the question, “To be present or not to be present?”

We have a choice. Reading Body Language. Reading body language: what your secret body language tells are communicating to your students.

Reading Body Language

Could you watch 5 minutes of someone else's lesson and accurately rate their effectiveness as a teacher? What if we reduced that time down to 30 seconds? And turned the sound down? The shocking answer is that both you and your pupils would most likely be able to make a very accurate judgment on the effectiveness of that teacher, just by reading body language. This was the amazing result of an experiment carried out by a researcher, Nalini Ambady, quoted in the fantastic book ‘NLP for teachers’. The point is that your pupils are reading body language and are unconsciously rating your effectiveness in the same way in every lesson that you stand in front of them. What this book suggests, in Chapter 6, ‘Streetwise Body Language’, is that most teachers are totally unaware of the secret body language ‘tells’ that they are giving away.

Body Language Categories 2. The blamer’s counterpart. Patsy Rodenburg - The Second Circle. Acting Techniques: Instant Presence. This section will deal with the subject of presence for teachers using acting techniques in two ways.

Acting Techniques: Instant Presence

Firstly there are some videos on what I refer to as 'Instant Presence', a series of tricks if you like, which can radically alter the way that your classes perceive you. I suggest that you read the sections on status before watching the videos as it is vital to get an understanding of what high status is and why you might want to use this acting technique to help you. The section section deals with presence in more general terms and focuses on the work of Patsy Rodenburg, who uses acting techniques and voice work with actors to create presence. Acting Techniques: Instant Presence.