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First Priority Podcast

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A conversation promoting the interests of first-generation and low-income students in colleges and universities.

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Episode #001 Ruby Payne

4 Strategies for Working with Low-Income Students * * 1. Optimize Your Non-Verbal Communication with Students According to Dr. Payne, low-income students will perform better in your class or show up to your advising appointment if they like you. They decide if they like based upon your non-verbal communication. This is a learned behavior in poverty as students have learned to detect threats from non-verbal communication. Practice : Open your posture to students. Sit in front of or beside a student. Check your mannerisms and tone. 2. Give "Time Leads" * *Low-income students tend to battle external instability in their environment. Many juggle jobs, children, insecure housing, and inconsistent support. Faculty and staff can help by communicating expectations in a way students can understand (see above) with plenty of lead time to account for instability. *Practice: *Make sure all assignments are listed in the course syllabus. Avoid impromptu assignments. * * 3. Clarify Communication b...

27 MIN2017 APR 4
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Episode #001 Ruby Payne
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Latest Episodes

Episode #001 Ruby Payne

4 Strategies for Working with Low-Income Students * * 1. Optimize Your Non-Verbal Communication with Students According to Dr. Payne, low-income students will perform better in your class or show up to your advising appointment if they like you. They decide if they like based upon your non-verbal communication. This is a learned behavior in poverty as students have learned to detect threats from non-verbal communication. Practice : Open your posture to students. Sit in front of or beside a student. Check your mannerisms and tone. 2. Give "Time Leads" * *Low-income students tend to battle external instability in their environment. Many juggle jobs, children, insecure housing, and inconsistent support. Faculty and staff can help by communicating expectations in a way students can understand (see above) with plenty of lead time to account for instability. *Practice: *Make sure all assignments are listed in the course syllabus. Avoid impromptu assignments. * * 3. Clarify Communication b...

27 MIN2017 APR 4
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Episode #001 Ruby Payne
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