From the Back Cover
Intended for students who have little or no background in the field, this text provides a basic introduction to the research and theory related to communication in the classroom. Blending social science and humanistic approaches, An Introduction to Communication in the Classroom
’s concepts and applications will help enhance readers’ ability to communicate with their students.
- The text offers a brief and basic introduction to concepts and applications related to communication in the classroom. Because the text does not assume any prior knowledge of communication concepts, the text is written to be very accessible, avoiding technical language and jargon.
- This brief, inexpensive text allows instructors lots of flexibility for incorporating it into their courses.
- Numerous applications throughout the text will help students connect the theory to practical communication skills that they will use in the classroom.
- The text blends the social science and humanistic approaches to instruction, offering a broad perspective of the available research in the field today.
- The text is written by experts in the field. In addition, the authors combine a total of 65 years of experience teaching instructional communication.
Mottet, Richmond, & McCroskey’s Handbook of Instructional Communication: Rhetorical and Relational Perspectives 1/e ©2006
Chesebro & McCroskey’s Communication for Teachers 1/e ©2002