Thinkpiece: C. S. Lewis and the Communication Classroom

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C.S. Lewis and the Communication Classroom Kate Mead and Bryan Mead East Texas Baptist University   As Christian educators blessed to work at a Christian institution we are always looking (and being asked to look) for ways to strengthen the spiritual component of our classrooms. A way we’ve found to spur ourselves onward in this way is through the insights …

Thinkpiece: Increasing Student Involvement in Communication Classes: An Embodied Approach

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Increasing Student Involvement in Communication Classes: An Embodied Approach Laura L. Groves, Ph.D. [email protected] They come; they sit; they seem to simply occupy space. Unfortunately, this is often the case in lower level communication or Gen Ed requirement classes. In classes like this, we long for the spark of engagement. Even in some classes taken by majors and minors, students …

C.S. Lewis and the Rhetoric of Glory

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C.S. Lewis and the Rhetoric of Glory Brandon Knight, Ph.D. Asst. Professor of Communication William Carey University Have you ever felt disconnected? With the presidential election looming in the not-so-distant future, politics often places feelings of discontent on display; many Americans place their hopes in nominees who will possibly bring to fruition the expectations and dreams of many. Yet the …