- CCM 320 Public Presentations
- CCM 323 Effective Listening
- CCM 324 Nonverbal Communication
- CCM 346 Conflict Management (with the grade of “A”!)
- CCM 356 Intercultural Communication
Angela wrote this in her final Reflection Essay:
When I began the PLA process, I thought that this journey would focus on demonstrating how my previous experiences reflected the skills that would have been taught in a classroom setting. However, this experience has been much more than that. I have learned a great deal of academic theory relating to what I’ve been practicing for years in the “real world.” . . . This process has transformed my thinking by demonstrating that there is a significant difference between academic learning and experiential learning. On-the-job training provides us the competency to complete a task, whereas academic learning provides us with a history of why we do things as we do. This additional history is what transforms us from being process-oriented participants to innovators for the next generation.
In this video, Angela shares her thoughts about the PLA program in addition to some great writing and time-management tips: