The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Contributions from the Discipline of Communication

  title={The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Contributions from the Discipline of Communication},
  author={Linda Lee McCroskey and Virginia P. Richmond and James C Mccroskey},
  journal={Communication Education},
  pages={383 - 391}
Some of the contributions of the discipline of Communication are reviewed with an eye toward their contributions to the larger Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. This scholarship, frequently referred to as the study of Communication in Instruction or Instructional Communication, is distinguished from Communication Education, but the two are seen as highly related. Contributions discussed are the impact of student communication apprehension and willingness to communicate on classroom… 
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