Say This, Not That to Your Professor: 36 Talking Tips for College Success, Paperback
Say This, NOT That to Your Professor: 36 Talking Tips for College Success is dedicated to the student-professor relationship and to giving students the exact words they need to competently and confidently deal with challenging classroom situations. T...
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Producator: Cognella Academic Publishing
Say This, NOT That to Your Professor: 36 Talking Tips for College Success is dedicated to the student-professor relationship and to giving students the exact words they need to competently and confidently deal with challenging classroom situations. The text teaches readers to communicate professionally and gives insight into issues that play a critical role in their college experiences. Topics include communicating to overcome grade confusion, or to achieve a grade goal, appropriately challenging a professor in class, earning extra credit, and properly using social media and e-mail. The text also covers relationship-building with a professor, using office hours, and asking for a letter of recommendation. Finally, readers will learn self-advocacy strategies for challenging situations not typically discussed such as boring or easy classes, receiving timely feedback, and what to do when the whole class fails. Say This, NOT That to Your Professor gives students advice and talking points they can immediately apply to their classroom situation. Each chapter of this 2nd edition also features an industry professional's perspective detailing how the classroom situations might play out in the workplace. The book pairs with any college course, and is ideal for any course on college success, first-year experience programs, communication, English as a second language, and international orientation courses. Ellen Bremen holds degrees in both communication studies and post-secondary education from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is 15 year tenured faculty in the Communication Studies Department at Highline College in Des Moines, Washington. She is a past recipient of the Sloan Consortium's Excellence in Online Teaching and Learning Award. Professor Bremen has also been recognized by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development and the National Council of Instructional Administrators for teaching innovation. She has contributed to titles with Mc Graw-Hill
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