The sage-on-the-stage approach to teaching where students engage in listening and note taking is an instructional method that is less conducive to today’s active and multi-tasking student population. The field of Communication and Information requires participative learning, particularly given new media forums. Students both want and need experiential learning to relate academic work to real life situations. This highly engaged, active learning approach results in real world deliverable projects for professional portfolios.
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