Articles on Debate Pedagogy

A Research Based Justification for Debate Across the Curriculum, Argumentation & Advocacy, Winter 2000, Vol. 36 Issue 3, 161-175. Joe Bellon, Georgia State University

Pedagogical Possibilities for Argumentative Agency in Academic Debate. Argumentation & Advocacy, 1998, Vol. 35 Issue 2, 41-60. Gordon R. Mitchell, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh

Simulated Public Argument as a Pedagogical Play on Worlds. Argumentation & Advocacy, Winter 2000, Vol. 36 Issue 3, 134-150. Gordon R. Mitchell, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Negotiating a Change in the Argumentation Course: Teaching Cooperative Argument. Argumentation & Advocacy, Winter 2000, Vol. 36 Issue 3, 105-119
David E. Williams, Associate Professor at Texas Tech University and Brian R. McGee, Texas Tech University.

Reflexive Fiat: Incorporating The Outward Activist Turn into Contest Strategy. The Rostrum, 72 (January 1998): 11-20, Gordon R. Mitchell

A Meta-analysis of the Impact of Forensics and Communication Education on Critical Thinking, Communication Education, 48 (January 1999).: 18-30. Mike Allen, Sandra Berkowitz, Steve Hunt, and Allan Louden

Students' Perspectives on Debate Exercises in Content Area Classes. Communication Education, Vol. 52, April 2003, pp. 157-163. Jean Goodwin, Iowa State University

Critical Thinking - 1997 Michael Korcok, Florida State

Quail's Roost Document on Tenure Standards for Forensics Directors

When Training Inhibits Education: The Current State of Extemporaneous Speaking. Brian Householder and Allan Louden, Rostrum, December 2003, 9-17. Part One, Part 2