This case study describes the redesign of Public Speaking at a Research I institution. An instructional analysis revealed strengths of and concerns about the existing model--large lecture with small lab sections. Criteria for a new model emerged from that analysis, all of which hinged on an overarching goal: The course should incorporate learning theory and disciplinary theory and should result in student learning, student skill development, and enhanced satisfaction among stakeholders. The Interchange Model, which included some online delivery, was developed to meet identified needs and was fleshed out with course materials and semester plans. The model was piloted and then fully implemented with positive results.
Preston, Marlene M.; Giglio, J. Matt; and English, Kristin N.
"Redesigning Public Speaking: A Case Study in the Use of Instructional Design to Create the Interchange Model,"
Basic Communication Course Annual: Vol. 20, Article 10.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/bcca/vol20/iss1/10