Body language is something that all of us are emitting, all day, every day. Whilst you might make a special effort not to slouch or hold your head up to exude confidence, there could be some non-verbal cues that you’re missing in the classroom.
Maintaining a good posture, correct eye contact, facial expressions and more can transform your teaching and better engage your students in lesson material. You may even begin to see better results from your class.
Mastering body language could be the key to better classroom management and greater student engagement. Use this poster to remind you of the key elements, with helpful tips to use in lessons.
Topic: Classroom Management
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