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Tuesday, October 12 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Fluid Pedagogy in the Post Pandemic World

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The word "pivot" has been used quite a bit in higher education in the past year. Faculty have been asked to pivot their space, their time, and their pedagogy, and to turn from one thing to something different, in a quick way. Thinking about pedagogy differently, can turn the pivot to a more fluid student-centric experience, focused on thoughtful integration of new and important ideas and professional growth. This panel shares how faculty at a variety of institutions embraced the idea of fluid pedagogy to create change in their classroom.
Panelists: Adam Kuban, Ball State University; Incorporating Critical Service-Learning tenets into a Sports Reporting & Writing curriculum

Glenda Balas, University of North Texas – Dallas; Face to Face Foundations of Television Production class changes because of continued social distancing policies.

James Machado, Millersville University of Pennsylvania; New strategies for using online video tutorials as a way to maximize in-person time in the classroom.

Janice Marie Collins, Independent Scholar; Utilizing Active Centralized Empowerment pedagogy in the classroom

Stacey Irwin, Millersville University of Pennsylvania; Integrating team building activities to foster optimal crew work in an upper-level media production class.

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Stacey Irwin

Professor, Millersville University of PA
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Adam J. Kuban

Professor, Ball State University
Professor — reporting & writing, documentary storytelling, sports, science/sustainability, community engagement, (critical) service learning, project-based curriculum
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Glenda Balas

Professor, University of North Texas - Dallas
Dr. Glenda Balas is a Professor in Communication and Technology at the University of North Texas at Dallas. She was formerly Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UNT Dallas; Professor and Chair of the Communication and Journalism Department at the University of New Mexico; and Chair... Read More →
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Dr. Janice Marie Collins

President, World Changers Media International Foundation
At this conference, I will talk about a Fully Inclusive Critical Pedagogy that I have been developing and using for 16 years called Active Centralized Empowerment (ACE). Fully Inclusive means anyone who feels dismissed or marginalized. Many publications on diversity and inclusion... Read More →

Tuesday October 12, 2021 1:45pm - 2:45pm EDT
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