Friday, March 6
11:30-11:50 AM
PST
Amazon R

At the Crossroads: Reaching the 21st Century Communications Student and Increasing Critical, Creative and Cooperative Skills

Best Practices ID: 44087
  1. Mary Beth Leidman
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  2. Thomas J. Brown
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania
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    Laura Wilson
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Abstract: Teaching any facet of communications and media presents a myriad of challenges for college professors. These challenges have always been the case but changes in technology have stimulated a renewed debate in how pedagogy can be adjusted to reach today’s students. Often time’s traditional approaches are inadequate given the level of technological sophistication brought to the classroom by today’s students. Many of the undergraduates come to higher education lacking the background necessary to think critically, creatively and work in group settings. They are stronger at conduit than content.

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