Women in Communication Earn Less, Experience Negative Company Cultures & Still Face a Glass Ceiling – Jennifer Lacayo

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FIU’s Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center released the results of a national survey that found that women are more likely to be in middle management or junior level positions in the communication industries, while men dominate top management positions.

In addition, the survey found that the culture of the company most often prevents women from being promoted and keeps them from advancing in their careers and that women are more likely to spend fewer years in the communications professions than men, lacking longevity in their current positions.

“This survey has given us critical results to help us understand the current role and status of women working in those industries,” said Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, executive director of the Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication. “Interestingly, workplace culture came to the forefront as inhibiting advancement for women, a factor that companies need to have more awareness of in order to provide equity for all employees.”

Women dominate lower salary level positions in all communications professions. However, those working in public relations, advertising and market communications do slightly better than those in the journalism. Women also said they had been passed over for advancement into a management position because of a “men only” culture in their companies.

The survey, which was distributed to 22 national professional organizations across the U.S., used nearly 900 responses to come up with its findings.

The first survey was conducted by the Kopenhaver Center in 2016, and comparisons to 2018 responses show little progress in all areas except salaries, where there were some advancements.

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The 12 Best Modern Classroom Management Strategies for Teachers

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The modern classroom presents enough challenges for today’s teachers. Because students have changed, the profession has changed along with them. Even so, the best classroom management strategies are the ones you’ll always take with you, no matter the environment. This infographic by educators Lisa Nielsen and Eileen Lennon gives you exactly that. It’s called 12 Strategies to Manage the Modern Classroom

When we talk about modern classroom management strategies, we’ll almost certainly be addressing technology. That’s because it’s considered the norm as a presence in today’s schools. Our students can’t do without it most of the time, but it comes with its share of distractions. To this end, Lisa and Eileen have taken advice on classroom management strategies with technology from many NYC teachers and combined them into this infographic:

“Time off-task. Distractions. These are problems educators new to using technology might face in their classrooms. But used correctly, technology can easily move from a weapon of mass distraction, to a tool of engagement.”

This is what Anna Johansson wrote about in an article entitled Debunked: 5 Myths About Classroom Technology. The argument isn’t for schools to adopt an all-tech curriculum, as many districts fear. Instead, we’re talking about a shift towards mindfulness about its adoption into any kind of learning progression. Effective classroom management strategies like the ones below work in harmony with this shift.

Enjoy this infographic and the wisdom therein. Hopefully you’ll be inspired to adopt classroom management strategies like these to make technology your ally in teaching.

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6 Reasons Infographics Should be Part of Your Digital Marketing Strategy

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