The Interactive College Classroom: Connecting with Students through the H.O.P.E. Model
The interactive college classroom is a venue for meaningful communication and learning. Faculty can genuinely commit to an innovative interactive teaching style resulting in an optimal teaching-learning process.
||Interactivity Accountability, Interactivity in the College Classroom, Connecting with Students, Effective College Teaching
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 5, pp.61-74.
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Dr. Diane M. Polachek is the Chairperson and Associate Professor of Education at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania where she teachers undergraduate and graduate Education courses. She earned her Ed.D. in Elementary Education at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Her research areas are in Effective Teaching, the Cooperating Teacher-Student Teacher Relationship, and Children's Educational Television. She serves as an educational consultant to school districts and private schools, and is a program reviewer for the Pennsylavnia Department of Education. Dr. Polachek served as executive producer and host of the NBC children's television show "WOW!" She is the recipient of the prestigious Carpenter Outstanding Teacher Award at Wilkes University. She has presented at educational conferences at the state, national, and international levels.
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