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Becker, Jennifer A. H. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2023
Drawing upon my own experience as an educator, I describe and reflect upon my experiential learning-pedagogical process of transforming my Fall 2020 Zoom-based honors interpersonal communication course in which my students traversed through a series of experiential learning activities called Interpersonal Enrichment Journeys. Data revealed that…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Honors Curriculum, Interpersonal Communication, Online Courses
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Beck, Stephenson J.; Paskewitz, Emily A. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
In March 2020, teachers in the K-12 school system were forced to transition from in-person instruction to a variety of virtual teaching models due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This unprecedented change required extensive communication between teachers, students, parents, and administrators. This study explored communication during the March-May 2020…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Teacher Attitudes, Elementary Secondary Education
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Reyes-Velázquez, Wanda; Pacheco-Sepúlveda, Carmen – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic posed numerous challenges for instructors and students. Professors, for example, struggled to quickly and effectively migrate face-to-face courses to remote teaching modalities. What had not been anticipated, however, were the additional challenges to be managed when returning to face-to-face and in-person teaching. This…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Teaching Methods, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Foltz, Kristen A.; Brown, Lacey C. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
The rapid development of the COVID-19 pandemic during the spring 2020 academic semester resulted in many international undergraduate students evacuating the United States to return to their home countries. Some faced government-mandated quarantine in a designated quarantine hotel upon their entry into the country which overlapped with the end of…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Distance Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Graham, Elizabeth E.; Walter, Heather L.; Tang, Tang – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
Two studies examined instructional format (intact vs. hybrid and remote vs. online), classroom climate, student characteristics (engagement and communication apprehension), perceived teacher communication and behavior (teacher competence, clarity, caring), and their influence on instructional outcomes, including cognitive learning, communication…
Descriptors: In Person Learning, Blended Learning, Distance Education, Online Courses
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Bosley, Tammy L.; Custer, Holly R. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
COVID-19 drastically changed many aspects of life in the U.S. and most certainly changed standard operating procedures in higher education. Moving all classes completely online created numerous challenges not only for students, but also for faculty. For students, these challenges included issues related to physical and mental health, job loss, and…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, COVID-19, Pandemics, Barriers
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McDermott, Victoria; Ashby-King, Drew T. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
As colleges and universities moved to remote learning during the Spring 2020 semester due to COVID-19, the traditional higher education classroom format was challenged. This study examines how instructors reconceptualized their rhetorical and relational goals in the pandemic classroom. A thematic analysis of 68 qualitative survey responses…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, College Faculty, Teaching Methods
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Mathis, Robin Smith – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
This essay uses an ethnonarrative method to illustrate why and how to communicate compassion in the K-12, college, and workplace classroom during a pandemic. Reflecting on my experiences as a parent and professor, my students' journal entries March-May 2020, and field research notes, I conclude that the feeling of powerlessness in the classroom…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education
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Coleman, Miles C.; Santos, Susana C.; Cypher, Joy M.; Krummenacher, Claude; Fleming, Robert – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Some crises, such as those brought on or exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, are wicked problems--large, complex problems with no immediate answer. As such, they make rich centerpieces for learning with respect to public deliberation and issue-based dialogue. This essay reflects on an experimental, transdisciplinary health and science communication…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Interdisciplinary Approach, Social Problems
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Clemens, Cody M.; Robinson, Tomeka M. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
The onset of COVID-19 left people feeling unsettled, confused, and afraid of what tomorrow may hold. As university professors specializing in health communication, we too were left with these same feelings. As health communication scholars, we focus on issues surrounding illness, risk, crisis, care, health inequities, and wellness. COVID-19 is a…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Caring, Best Practices
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Spradley, Elizabeth; Spradley, R. Tyler – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
The improvisations needed to adapt to COVID-19 teaching and learning conditions affected students and faculty alike. This study uses chaos theory and improvisation to examine an undergraduate communication research methods course that was initially delivered synchronously/face-to-face and then transitioned to asynchronous/online in March 2020.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Educational Technology
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Mussack, Brigitte – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
This paper examines yard signs as a site for public pedagogy that engages two concurrent, and comorbid, public health crises: the COVID-19 pandemic and racism. Specifically, I reflect on how yard signs responding to the George Floyd murder in my own Minneapolis neighborhood exist during a kairotic moment; as myself and my students are increasingly…
Descriptors: Signs, COVID-19, Pandemics, Racial Bias
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Schwartzman, Roy – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
As one of the world's major social media hubs dedicated to online education during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Facebook mega-group "Pandemic Pedagogy" provides a panoramic perspective of the key concerns educators and students face amid a public health crisis that forces redefinition of what constitutes effective education. After several…
Descriptors: Social Media, Power Structure, Online Courses, COVID-19
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Tyma, Adam W. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
In February of 2020, everything around the world changed. By mid-March, the majority of the world was locked down. Teachers were called on to create a sense of "normalcy" for their students. And we tried. During that process, though, as a teacher, I started to truly question what I was teaching and--more importantly--HOW I was teaching.…
Descriptors: Educational Change, COVID-19, Pandemics, Critical Literacy
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Brophy, Nate S.; Broeckelman-Post, Melissa A.; Nordin, Karin; Miller, Angela D.; Buehl, Michelle M.; Vomund, Jeff – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
The purpose of this study was to identify which course design elements students perceive as supporting an easier transition to emergency remote teaching due to COVID-19, as well as to use those items to develop the Online Supportive Course Design (OSCD) measure. By asking students to rate their course with the easiest transition and hardest…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Curriculum Design, COVID-19, Pandemics
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