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Hyvarinen, Marja-Leena; Tanskanen, Paavo; Katajavuori, Nina; Isotalus, Pekka – Communication Education, 2010
Studies consistently confirm that there is an extensive need for new theoretical and practical directions for communication in disciplines (CID) programmes. The CID pedagogy calls for more specialized training with more specialized methods in particular professions. This study presents a method developed for practical training studies in pharmacy…
Descriptors: Mentors, Pharmacy, Communication Skills, Teaching Methods
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Gayle, Barbara Mae – Communication Education, 2004
Learning to engage in civil discourse requires students to maintain an openness to new points of view and attitude change. In a public speaking course based on principles of civil discourse, classroom procedures were designed to foster subjective reframing by engaging students in the disorienting exercise of supporting multiple perspectives on the…
Descriptors: Attitude Change, Public Speaking, Classroom Techniques, Student Attitudes
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Mottet, Timothy P.; Beebe, Steven A.; Raffeld, Paul C.; Medlock, Amanda L. – Communication Education, 2004
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of student verbal and nonverbal responsiveness on teacher self-efficacy and job satisfaction. Over a quarter (26%) of the total variance in teacher self-efficacy and over half (53%) of the total variance in teacher job satisfaction were attributable to student verbal and nonverbal…
Descriptors: Higher Education, College Faculty, Nonverbal Communication, Verbal Communication
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Titsworth, Scott – Communication Education, 2004
Lecture listening is one of the most common classroom experiences for college students. Unfortunately, students are relatively inefficient notetakers in these situations; in fact, students record less than 40% of the information from lectures. This experiment explored the effects of two lecture cues, immediacy and organizational statements, on…
Descriptors: Cues, Lecture Method, Notetaking, College Students