In the classroom, I not only teach theories of human communication, but also help students become better communicators. I start my courses by stating, 'It will take hard work to succeed, but I am working just as hard to be there for you. We build these ideas together. You will be great.' Students leave my class with a better understanding of themselves and with confidence to succeed in various forms of interpersonal relationships.
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Dr. Mackie's teaching goals include creating an environment eliciting engaged learning and provide a safe space for students to interact, learn, and grow. She builds strong relationships with her students and believes that teaching is not just subject orientated, but should include the mentoring of students. Dr. Mackie is reliable and completes all tasks assigned to the highest level and volunteers to participate in the department and on campus.
Ph. D., M. A., Communications, University of South Florida
B. A., Communications, Florida State University
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Mackie, C. T. (2008). "Leaving an alcoholic life." Journal of Loss and Trauma, (13), 547-556.