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McGowan-Kirsch, Angela M. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
Drawing on challenges I experienced when teaching a political communication course, I designed an upper-level undergraduate course with the objective of developing students' civic competence and democratic engagement. The major class assignment, which is the focal point of this best practices essay, was a four-step collaborative voter mobilization…
Descriptors: College Students, Citizen Participation, Undergraduate Students, Citizenship Education
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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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Frisby, Brandi N.; Vallade, Jessalyn I. – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
This study examined communicative processes at multiple levels that may influence students' academic resilience through transitions. Participant interviews (N = 23) revealed that at the individual level, students develop a resilient mindset and effective academic strategies, engage in self-care, and compartmentalize. At the relational level,…
Descriptors: Academic Persistence, Resilience (Psychology), Undergraduate Students, Teacher Effectiveness
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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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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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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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Lawless, Brandi; Chen, Yea-Wen – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic (in conjunction with the Black Lives Matter Movement) exposed pervasive inequities, challenges, and opportunities to explore and implement "best" pedagogical practices to improve how we address social justice issues. Moreover, the COVID-19 pandemic intensified intergenerational gaps for the already vulnerable,…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Equal Education, Social Bias
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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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Dutta, Mohan J.; Moana-Johnson, Gayle; Elers, Christine – Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2020
In this essay, drawing on our ethnographic work at the "margins of the margins" in Aotearoa New Zealand, we depict the role of communicative pedagogy for radical democracy in sustaining spaces for community participation in pandemic response. Based on accounts offered by community advisory group members and observations of emergent…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Cultural Influences
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