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Podcast by Power of Public Speaking

    Pops Podcast - S2.E10 - Bonnie Keiper

    Pops Podcast - S2.E10 - Bonnie Keiper

    We all know that many students experience some anxiety about public speaking. But, in this podcast Bonnie Keiper shares insights and success stories about students who experience high anxiety related to public speaking. The effect of high anxiety on these students’ minds, bodies and behaviors is severe. After decades of teaching and coordinating the public speaking program at The University of Akron, Bonnie developed a specialized public speaking course for high anxiety students, complete with what she calls the "ACA" plan. Regardless if you are an educator/administrator, a student, or a graduate, you'll want to learn more about this course/plan and hear all about her students’ successes.

    --- Sponsor ---
    This episode is brought to you by Pops Classroom, the best toolset for teaching and learning public speaking. Pops Classroom is an AI powered toolset that assists with the entire speech process: planning, practicing, presenting, and reviewing.

    Learn more at www.popsclassroom.com

    • 17 min
    Pops Podcast - S2.E9 - Angela Kariotis and Dr. Jon Radwan

    Pops Podcast - S2.E9 - Angela Kariotis and Dr. Jon Radwan

    Guest co-hosts Angela Kariotis and Dr. Jon Radwan discuss public speaking for the public good: movement building, social justice, and advocacy. Improvisation as a trauma informed response in public speaking.

    • 48 min
    Pops Podcast - S2.E8 - Don Waisanen, Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, Caitlin McClure, and Gary Ware

    Pops Podcast - S2.E8 - Don Waisanen, Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, Caitlin McClure, and Gary Ware

    The Power of Public Speaking Community Podcast Series. Season 2. Episode 8.

    --- Guest Host ---
    Don Waisanen, Professor of Communication, Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, Baruch College, City University of New York

    -- Guests --
    Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, IUPUI; Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development, Indiana University School of Medicine

    Caitlin McClure, founder of Caitlin McClure & Company

    Gary Ware, Creative Catalyst / Workshop Facilitator Breakthrough Play

    --- About Episode ---
    IMPROV(ING) YOUR PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS

    A lively discussion on the uses of improvisational theatre training for communication education and presentation skills.

    Check out Don's new book, Improv for Democracy: How to Bridge Differences and Develop the Communication and Leadership Skills Our World Needs (https://amzn.to/3nDggWA),

    Check out Caitlin’s co-edited, forthcoming book, The Applied Improvisation Mindset: Tools for Transforming Organizations and Communities (https://amzn.to/3cUhIRQ)

    --- Sponsor ---
    This episode is brought to you by Pops Classroom, the best toolset for teaching and learning public speaking. Pops Classroom is an AI powered toolset that assists with the entire speech process: planning, practicing, presenting, and reviewing.

    Learn more at www.popsclassroom.com

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Pops Podcast - S2.E7 - Dr. Joshua Hoops

    Pops Podcast - S2.E7 - Dr. Joshua Hoops

    The Power of Public Speaking Community Podcast Series. Season 2. Episode 7.

    --- Guest Host ---
    Dr. Joshua Hoops is an associate professor of communication at William Jewell College, which is a liberal arts college in Kansas City, Missouri. He has taught public speaking for 20 years. You can contact him at hoopsj@william.jewell.edu

    --- About Episode ---
    In this episode, we talk about the use of service learning in the public speaking classroom. The particular activity, which involves partnership with local middle schools in the Kansas City area, develops students' capacity for audience analysis and adaptation.

    --- Sponsor ---
    This episode is brought to you by Pops Classroom, the best toolset for teaching and learning public speaking. Pops Classroom is an AI powered toolset that assists with the entire speech process: planning, practicing, presenting, and reviewing.

    Learn more at www.popsclassroom.com

    • 40 min
    Pops Podcast - S2.E6 - Drs. Suzy Prentiss, Joshua Westwick, and Stephanie Kelly

    Pops Podcast - S2.E6 - Drs. Suzy Prentiss, Joshua Westwick, and Stephanie Kelly

    The Power of Public Speaking Community Podcast Series. Season 2. Episode 6.

    --- Guest Hosts ---
    Dr. Suzy Prentiss - The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    Dr. Joshua Westwick - South Dakota State University
    Dr. Stephanie Kelly - North Carolina A&T University

    --- About Episode ---
    Effectively Managing Speech Anxiety

    --- Sponsor ---
    This episode is brought to you by Pops Classroom, the best toolset for teaching and learning public speaking. Pops Classroom is an AI powered toolset that assists with the entire speech process: planning, practicing, presenting, and reviewing.

    Learn more at www.popsclassroom.com

    • 47 min
    Pops Podcast - S2.E5 - Drs. Karen Pitcher Christiansen and Julie Ferris-Tillman

    Pops Podcast - S2.E5 - Drs. Karen Pitcher Christiansen and Julie Ferris-Tillman

    The Power of Public Speaking Community Podcast Series. Season 2. Episode 5.

    ---Guest Hosts ---
    Dr. Karen Pitcher Christiansen
    Dr. Julie Ferris-Tillman

    ---About Episode---
    COVID-Positive: The Power of Public Speaking Skills in the (Post) Pandemic World

    Whether interacting/presenting in an educational or business setting during the COVID-19 pandemic, the widespread shift to virtual platforms has amplified some of the most basic concepts of public speaking in positive ways. Dr. Karen Pitcher Christiansen, a speech professor, and Dr. Julie Ferris-Tillman, a public relations professional and speech adjunct faculty, will discuss their observations that public speaking basic concepts are more important than ever in virtual contexts. Drawing on their experiences in the classroom and in the Zoom workplace, they assess how the pandemic may just be the best thing to ever happen to public speaking education, as well as consider what this means going forward in the "new normal."

    ---Sponsor---
    This episode is brought to you by Pops Classroom, the best toolset for teaching and learning public speaking. Pops Classroom is an AI powered toolset that assists with the entire speech process: planning, practicing, presenting, and reviewing.

    Learn more at www.popsclassroom.com

    • 1 hr 2 min

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