COMM 617: Instructional Communication
This seminar will focus on research related to communication practices in educational settings. Students will engage in research practices to understand communication concepts related to teacher and student behaviors, learning, instructional processes, instructional technology, and instructional communication theory building.
Please review the syllabus for full course information.
Term: This is a Summer II course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Summer I and Summer II.
Prerequisite(s): Qualified to teach content area
The following technical skills are needed to succeed in this class:
-The ability to successfully navigate Blackboard (e.g., taking quizzes, submitting discussion board posts, submitting papers)
-Ability to listen to VoiceThread messages
-Ability to navigate in an online environment. Basic computer skills.
The following digital information literacy skills are needed to succeed in this class:
-Use online libraries and databases to locate and gather appropriate information
-Use computer networks to locate and store files or data
-Using online search tools for specific academic purposes, including the ability to use search criteria, keywords, and filters
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COMM 624 Nonprofit and Association Communication (Winter/Spring 2023)
COMM 614 Problematic Workplace Communication (Summer I 2023)
COMM 617 Instructional Communication (Summer II 2023)