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Teaching Millennials to Engage THE Environment instead of THEIR Environment: A Pedagogical Analysis
Unformatted Document Text:  28 Sharon M. Friedman, “Two Decades of the Environmental Beat,” in Craig L. LaMay and Everette E. Dennis, eds. Media and the Environment (Washington D.C.: Island Press, 1991): 17-28. 29 Dennis, “In Context: Environmentalism in the System of News,” 62. 30 Lou Prato, Covering the Environmental Beat: An Overview for Radio and TV Journalists (Washington D.C.: The Media Institute, 1991): 7-8. 31 Brown, “Growing Up Digital,” 4. 32 C. Radeloff and B. J. Bergman, “Global Perspectives: Developing Media Literacy Skills to Advance Critical Thinking,” Feminist Teacher 19:2 (2009): 169. 33 Robert Appelman, “Designing Experential Modes: A Key Focus for Immersive Learning Environments,” TechTrends 49 (May 2004): 64-74; Howe and Strauss, Millennials Rising, 14; Miriam Ricketts and James Willis, Experience AI: A Practitioner’s Guide to Integrating Appreciative Inquiry with Experiential Learning (Taos Institute, 2001). 34 Jennifer George-Palilonis, “Research-informed Design Exercises Enhance Audience Understanding Among Visual Communication Students,” Journalism and Mass Communication Educator 10 (spring 2010): 414-429. 35 Michael W. Shelton, Derek R. Lane and Enid S. Waldhard, “A Review and Assessment of National Educational Trends in Communication Instruction.” Communication Education 48 (July 1999): 228-237. 36 Anne M. Hoag, Krishna P. Jayakar and Kimberly Erickson, “The Role of Trust in Virtual and Interpersonal Environments: Implications for Team Learning & Case Method Pedagogies,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 57 (winter 2003): 374. 37 Carol L. Colbeck, Susan E. Campbell and Stefani A Bjorklund, “Grouping in the Dark: What College Students Learn From Group Projects,” The Journal of Higher Education 71 (January/February 2000): 72. 38 Stephen Brookfield, Discussion as a Way of Teaching: Tools and Techniques for Democratic Classrooms (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1999): 22-23. 39 Ted L. Rosenthal and B.J. Zimmerman, Social Learning and Cognition (New York: Academic Press, 1978). 40 Julie E. Dodd, Roy P. Mays and Judy H. Tipton, “The Use of an Accuracy Survey to Improve Student Writing,” Journalism and Mass Communication Educator 52 (spring 1997): 45-51. 41 Catherine Smith, “Nobody, Which Means Anybody: Audience on the World Wide Web,” in Sibylle Gruber, ed., Weaving a Virtual Web: Practical Approaches to New Information Technologies, (Urbana: NCTE, 2000): 241. 42 Chris Anson and Richard Beach, Journals in the Classroom: Writing to Learn (Norwood: Christopher-Gordon Publishers, 1995): 66. 43 Stacey F. Kanihan, Mark Neuzil, and Kristie Bunton, “Longitudinal Effects of Ability Groups on Newswriting,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 58 (summer 2003):

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 Sharon M. Friedman, “Two Decades of the Environmental Beat,” in Craig L. LaMay and 
Everette E. Dennis, eds. Media and the Environment (Washington D.C.: Island Press, 1991): 
 Dennis, “In Context: Environmentalism in the System of News,” 62.
 Lou Prato, Covering the Environmental Beat: An Overview for Radio and TV Journalists 
(Washington D.C.: The Media Institute, 1991): 7-8. 
 Brown, “Growing Up Digital,” 4.
 C. Radeloff and B. J. Bergman, “Global Perspectives: Developing Media Literacy Skills to 
Advance Critical Thinking,” Feminist Teacher 19:2 (2009): 169.
 Robert Appelman, “Designing Experential Modes: A Key Focus for Immersive Learning 
Environments,” TechTrends 49 (May 2004): 64-74; Howe and Strauss, Millennials Rising
14; Miriam Ricketts and James Willis, Experience AI: A Practitioner’s Guide to Integrating  
Appreciative Inquiry with Experiential Learning
 (Taos Institute, 2001).
 Jennifer George-Palilonis, “Research-informed Design Exercises Enhance Audience 
Understanding Among Visual Communication Students,” Journalism and Mass 
Communication Educator
 10 (spring 2010): 414-429.
 Michael W. Shelton, Derek R. Lane and Enid S. Waldhard, “A Review and Assessment of 
National Educational Trends in Communication Instruction.” Communication Education 48 
(July 1999): 228-237.
 Anne M. Hoag, Krishna P. Jayakar and Kimberly Erickson, “The Role of Trust in Virtual 
and Interpersonal Environments: Implications for Team Learning & Case Method 
Pedagogies,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 57 (winter 2003): 374.
 Carol L. Colbeck, Susan E. Campbell and Stefani A Bjorklund, “Grouping in the Dark: 
What College Students Learn From Group Projects,” The Journal of Higher Education 71 
(January/February 2000): 72.
 Stephen Brookfield, Discussion as a Way of Teaching: Tools and Techniques for  
Democratic Classrooms
 (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1999): 22-23.
 Ted L. Rosenthal and B.J. Zimmerman, Social Learning and Cognition (New York: 
Academic Press, 1978).
 Julie E. Dodd, Roy P. Mays and Judy H. Tipton, “The Use of an Accuracy Survey to 
Improve Student Writing,” Journalism and Mass Communication Educator 52 (spring 
1997): 45-51.
 Catherine Smith, “Nobody, Which Means Anybody: Audience on the World Wide Web,” in 
Sibylle Gruber, ed., Weaving a Virtual Web: Practical Approaches to New Information 
Technologies, (
Urbana: NCTE, 2000): 241.
 Chris Anson and Richard Beach, Journals in the Classroom: Writing to Learn (Norwood: 
Christopher-Gordon Publishers, 1995): 66.
 Stacey F. Kanihan, Mark Neuzil, and Kristie Bunton, “Longitudinal Effects of Ability 
Groups on Newswriting,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 58 (summer 2003): 

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