Aim & Scope
Communication Education published in January, April, July and October, is a leading journal for scholarship on discourse and instruction. It publishes original empirical, critical, historical, and theoretic studies bearing on the intersections of communication, instruction, and human development. It encompasses diverse disciplinary, conceptual, and methodological perspectives, especially research in the following areas: Classroom discourse; Life-span development of communication competence; Mediating instructional communication with technology; Diverse backgrounds of learners and teachers in instructional interaction; Interaction in informal education such as mentoring or coaching, and in varied instructional settings such as workplaces and community centers; Learning outcomes associated with instructional communication practices across disciplines; Learning outcomes and processes in the discipline of communication studies; Rhetorical and organizational aspects of communication among educational agencies, among policy-makers, and among their stakeholders. Each issue of Communication Education also features reports of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Communication. These articles are driven by questions about how an instructional communication practice influenced the teaching and learning of a particular subject in a particular setting. In addition, reviews of books and resources in communication and education appear in each issue.
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