Aired on: November 11th, 2014
3:30–4:30 p.m. (ET)
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Our Guest(s) This Week
Judith Ann Pauley and Mr. Joseph Pauley
Dr. Judith Ann Pauley and her husband Joseph Pauley are renowned career educators and professors at Cal State University San Marcos with more than 60 years of combined experience in education at the secondary, college, and graduate levels. Through their in-demand consultancy, Process Communications, Inc., the Pauleys have dedicated themselves to the development and sharing of proven strategies to motivate students at all levels, especially hard-to-reach and at-risk students. Recognized three times as science teacher of the year, Judith Ann has instructed students in chemistry, physics, computer science and mathematics. A Navy veteran who served in the Korean War, Joseph Pauley has taught Chinese and Chinese history, in addition to English, American history, and English as a second language.
This Week's Topic
Judith Ann Pauley and Joseph Pauley of Process Communications, Inc., are regarded nationally and internationally for their effective, research-based approaches to dropout prevention. In a follow up to their presentation at the 26th Annual National Dropout Prevention Network Conference, the Pauleys will provide additional insights on establishing positive relationships with students, and how to motivate them to achieve measurable improvement in behavior and academic achievement.
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