Fab Find Friday: Can @BrenhamISD use the Science of Persuasion in our business of educating kids? (Thanks, @tommyspall!)

Several months ago, my colleague Tom Spall shared a video with me about the science of persuasion.  While cleaning up some old emails, I found the video and decided to give it a try.  The premise is simple, by using 6 simple techniques, we can persuade others to engage with us and assist us in reaching goals.  How can you use these techniques in your classroom?  How can we use these techniques to gain trust from parents and engage stakeholders?  I urge you to take 12 minutes and watch the video below!


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