Teaching Public Speaking Digitally With The Same Efficacy As The Traditional Classroom Setting
Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Patty Born Selly
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
This paper examines the challenge of teaching public speaking online in a secondary public school classroom. Specifically, the paper focuses on whether or not public speaking can be taught efficiently and effectively in an online learning environment. First, the paper examines the necessity for this research. Next, it focuses on the literature review and the current findings as it pertains to online and traditional pedagogy in in the field of public speaking. The paper then examines the research experiment that was conducted in two ninth grade English classrooms; one of which was taught public speaking skills digitally, and the other that was taught traditionally (face-to-face). Conclusions were drawn based on the findings in the research experiment and thoughts on moving forward with this work were summarized.
Survey, Field Study, Interview
Literacy, Teachers/ Teaching, Technology
Stout, Sarah, "Teaching Public Speaking Digitally With The Same Efficacy As The Traditional Classroom Setting" (2018). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 4407.