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Hinck, Edward A. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
The COVID-19 "pivot" created challenges for instructors in adapting their teaching strategies to the various forms of technology available for virtual delivery. One positive outcome discovered for teaching an introduction to debate class was the use of Blackboard's discussion board feature to assess student learning regarding…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills, Debate, Introductory Courses
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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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Molta, Daniela; Luttrell, Regina; McCollough, Christopher J. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
It is imperative that today's advertising, journalism, mass communication, and public relations students are prepared to engage in corporate activism and corporate social responsibility communications once in the workforce. This article explores the need for incorporating equity-based pedagogy, using feminism as one of many approaches, into…
Descriptors: Feminism, Teaching Methods, Communications, Advertising
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Calloway-Thomas, Carolyn – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2022
This essay calls for a pedagogy of consilience and renewal as a dynamic fusion of research and practices in order to provide a more coherent way of examining some of the keen, interlaced variables that trouble the academy and society. The project challenges scholars to study five key scholarship of learning variables that should help transform the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Empathy, Critical Thinking, Geography
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Swerzenski, J. D. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Working from the crossroads of critical pedagogy and software studies, this study analyzes the means by which teaching technologies--in particular the popular learning management systems (LMS) Blackboard, Moodle, and Canvas--support a transmission model of education at the expense of critical learning goals. I assess the effect of LMSs on critical…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Integrated Learning Systems, Teaching Methods
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Sandoval, Jennifer – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
In light of a national reckoning with racism in the U.S., many instructors are assessing their own pedagogical practices with regard to handling these topics in their classrooms. In developing my authentic teaching philosophy over the course of 18 years, I have adapted many practices I used in my prior career in dispute resolution. To clarify, I…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Racial Bias, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Reflection
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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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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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Durnell-Uwechue, Nannetta; Poole, Deandre J.; Best, Felton O. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Our world is in constant flux and educators are at the ship's helm steering toward what former U.S. Representative John Lewis called "good trouble." However, in many cases, educators lack the training required to be most effective in doing so. As instructors face student demands to address topics on race and social justice, many…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Social Problems, Cultural Awareness, Race
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Tipton, Whitney; Wideman, Stephanie – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Students older than 25 years are a growing population on our campuses. However, separating these students and labeling them as "nontraditional" further isolates them from campuses that are already geared toward younger learners. This reflective essay explains the need for a philosophy of invitational andragogy--a classroom approach…
Descriptors: Nontraditional Students, Andragogy, Adult Education, Teaching Methods
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Arnett, Ronald C. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2020
In this historical moment defined by the coronavirus (COVID-19), the global community struggles with and against a seemingly invisible foe. Students, faculty, and administrators open the blinds on windows in the morning, witnessing the brightness of the sun and seemingly the clarity of a morning welcome. Yet, there lurks, not in the shadows, but…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Autobiographies, Ethnography
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Atkinson, Jordan; McMahan, David T. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2019
This forum article focuses on the instruction of an interpersonal communication course. Interpersonal communication courses are widely included in undergraduate communication curriculum and can be fundamental to student development. The authors provide foundational material and various content areas generally included in such a course. The authors…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Communication, Undergraduate Study, Assignments, Course Content
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Stengel, Mitchell; Nolan, Leah; Donnick, David; Skym, Wesley; Wright, Anna M. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2019
Instructional discussion is a teaching method used in many classrooms across grade levels. In fact, the Common Core State Standards promote the use of instructional discussion in secondary classrooms (Common Core State Standards Initiative, 2018a). Students, however, are not always taught best practices for engaging in a discussion and may feel…
Descriptors: Common Core State Standards, High School Students, Classroom Communication, Teaching Methods
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Ruiz-Mesa, Kristina; Hunter, Karla M. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2019
Effective facilitation of classroom dialogue can stimulate open discussion and debate, challenge students to consider diverse perspectives, and promote critical student reflection and growth. Unfortunately, some instructors may be hesitant to approach controversial topics, for fear of losing face or risking chaos in the classroom. By learning and…
Descriptors: Best Practices, Dialogs (Language), Introductory Courses, College Instruction
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