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Frei, Seth S.; Alford, Allison M.; Smith, Ashly B. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2023
The popularity of short-messaging formats, like text and chat, is on the rise in the workplace with many employees preferring this style over long-form options like email. While many businesses expect employees to communicate using short messages, students may be ill-equipped to effectively use these methods due to a lack of formal training. This…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Computer Mediated Communication, Undergraduate Students, Interpersonal Communication
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Ashley Jones-Bodie; Lindsey B. Anderson; Jen Hall – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2023
This study explored and examined students' perceptions of teacher confirmation, those behaviors that teachers engage in that make students feel confirmed as valuable, significant individuals, as experienced in online courses. With over 450 students' written descriptions of experiences in online classes across three different universities, this…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Student Experience, Teacher Student Relationship, College Students
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Yilmaz, Gamze – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2023
As students try to make sense of their college experience and the value of attaining a degree post-pandemic, educators are grappling with finding new methods to re-engage students in the classroom using a range of modalities. This case study explored student reactions to flipped classroom learning experiences, and possible relationship between the…
Descriptors: Flipped Classroom, Student Attitudes, Academic Achievement, Communications
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Strawser, Michael G.; Rubenking, Bridget; Lunsford, Kelsey; Gravelyn, Margaret – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
This study reviews the traditional culminating graduate student experiences, theses, and comprehensive exams, as well as a newer, more professionally relevant option, applied research projects. We conceptualize applied projects as student-led, client-connected, hands-on, experiential projects that address a real-world communication problem or…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Experiential Learning, Capstone Experiences, Student Projects
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Denker, Katherine J.; Knight, Kendra; Carroll, Riley K.; Bradley, Kathryn R.; Bonine, Peyton J.; Lauck, Sophia M.; Przytulski, Heidi S.; Storr, Michael L. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic created an exigency for educators to reevaluate their approaches to the classroom with one major dimension being course modality. This study uses the Instructional Beliefs Model to examine the impacts of course modality (i.e., hybrid versus face-to-face formats) and students' communication growth mindset on student engagement…
Descriptors: College Students, Public Speaking, Blended Learning, In Person Learning
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Quartz, Sean – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
Within climate change instruction, effective instructional crisis communication is necessary to attain cognitive, affective, and behavioral learning outcomes so students comprehensively learn the reality and implications of this planetary crisis. I locate this learning as coming to terms with climate change. This study explores how students…
Descriptors: Climate, Environmental Education, Instructional Effectiveness, Communications
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Topic, Martina; Diers-Lawson, Audra Diers-Lawson; Goodman, Christian – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
The purpose of the article is to compare and contrast higher education and research among public relations and journalism students of middle-class and working-class origin. The paper applied Bourdieu's theory of "habitus" to analyze prejudices against the working class, explores whether working-class students express an anti-education…
Descriptors: Middle Class, Working Class, Student Characteristics, Socialization
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Ashby-King, Drew T.; Mazzone, Raphael; Anderson, Lindsey B. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Feedback is an essential part of the teaching/learning processes. This statement is especially true in the introductory communication course where students receive feedback throughout the presentational speaking process. This paper explores how students define useful feedback based on 1,600 qualitative questionnaires that asked students about…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Student Attitudes, Introductory Courses, Communication (Thought Transfer)
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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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Donovan, Erin E.; Brown, Laura E.; Lindstadt, Calandra; Table, Billy; Heidari, Elham; Coolidge, Andrew; Rush, Sharon – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Pharmacists are increasingly expected to communicate skillfully, yet few Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) curricula include theoretically-derived or evidence-based communication training. The 12 Fundamentals of Highly Effective Communicators is a pedagogical tool that we developed to teach principles of communication to two consecutive cohorts of…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Communication, Communication Skills, Pharmaceutical Education, Doctoral Students
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Abendschein, Bryan; Edwards, Chad; Edwards, Autumn; Rijhwani, Varun; Stahl, Jasmine – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Technology encourages collaboration in creative ways in the classroom. Specifically, social robots may offer new opportunities for greater innovation in teaching. In this study, we combined the established literature on co-teaching teams with the developing field of machine actors used in education to investigate the impressions students had of…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Communication, Robotics, Team Teaching, Student Attitudes
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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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Hoffmann-Longtin, Krista; Brann, Maria – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2020
Graduate student socialization has been studied in multiple disciplines, including communication. As their career trajectories change, faculty must consider how to socialize students into the field and their subsequent careers. Using a modified Delphi survey, we examined the differences in faculty and students' perceptions regarding the content of…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Socialization, Seminars, Communication Research
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Hildenbrand, Grace M.; Perrault, Evan K.; Devine, Taylor M. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2020
This experimental study tested whether a professor's form of address (FOA) and email signature influenced students' perceptions of the professor's credibility, approachability, and likability. Guided by communication accommodation theory, the study investigated the likelihood that students would reciprocate a professor's FOA in email…
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Students, Interpersonal Communication, Electronic Mail