Presentation on theme: "Heather Boone, Asst Prof. Social Sciences Christopher (Kip) Rand, Prof. Psychology Erica DiRenza, Adjunct Instructor, Social Sciences and English Atlantic."— Presentation transcript:
Heather Boone, Asst Prof. Social Sciences Christopher (Kip) Rand, Prof. Psychology Erica DiRenza, Adjunct Instructor, Social Sciences and English Atlantic Cape Community College Building a system of support for adjuncts in our department
A Multi-Level Construct Institutional Departmental Full Time Faculty Adjunct Instructors
Institutional Ideology Office of Adjunct Support Coordinator Screening Training Budget Mentors Observations
Departmental Support Our Department Chair Screening Hiring Course Assignments Mentor Matching Coordination Department Faculty Informal Mentoring Formal Mentoring Training and Roundtable Discussions
Faculty Involvement Text and Syllabi Coordination Mentoring/ Observations Roundtable Discussions
Strengths Challenges Isolation vs. Community Professional Development Experiences Adjunct Instructors
Commitment Communication Community Work in progress
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