- Subject index
Teachers will learn: How the expectations for how students entering college and the workforce communicate have changed in recent years Strategies for integrating instruction of communication skills such as presentation, email, social media, and e-portfolios Interviews from industry experts Exemplars from other educators' classrooms Tools for building 21st Century skills
Chapter 1: Email Etiquette: Communicating with peers and professionals to elicit an action or response through clear communication, self-advocacy, and due diligence
Email Etiquette: Communicating with peers and professionals to elicit an action or response through clear communication, self-advocacy, and due diligence
“What really leads to miscommunications is a lack of empathy.”
—Sasha VanHoven (Social Media Producer at the Wirecutter)
You might find it odd to devote the first chapter of this book to email. However, if you view email as the on ramp to other forms of digital communication, you will quickly see that it impacts every other chapter, whether it be with email correspondences or having an email account to create another account (e.g., Evernote, LinkedIn, Twitter). Furthermore, for better or worse, the brevity and ...