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Robert G. Powell (PhD, University of Nebraska) is Director of the Assistant Lecturer Program at California State University, Fresno. He is currently investigating alternative instructional strategies that promote learning in a culturally diverse classroom. He has been selected as a Master Teacher by WSCA and was Chair of the Instructional Development Division of ICA. Dana L. Powell is a Professor of special education at California State University, Fresno. She has over 20 years' experience, as a teacher, administrator, and therapist, working with students who have learning, emotional and/or behavioral problems. Her research interests include programming for students at risk, parent involvement, behavior management, social skills training, and inclusion of special needs students in the mainstream.
Unit I: Foundations of Classroom Communication and Diversity 1. The Communication Process 2. Factors Influencing Instructional Outcomes Unit II: Exploring Diversity and Classroom Communication 3. Culture and Classroom Communication 4. Gender and Classroom Communication 5. Students With Exceptionalities and Classroom Communication Unit III: Building and Managing Teacher-Student Relationships 6. The Teacher Student Relationship 7. Building A Classroom Community 8. Behavioral Management Unit IV: Best Practices for Communication in Diverse Settings 9. Instructional Strategies 10. Technology in Diverse Classrooms