Community College Faculty: Characteristics, Practices, and Challenges New Directions for Community Colleges
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Description: This issue offers multiple perspectives on the ways community college faculty fulfill their complex roles. The first chapters draw on data from national surveys to provide a broad overview of the contemporary community college professoriate. Chapter authors also focus on community college faculty's central responsibility: teaching. The volume next examines the practices and attitudes of particular groups of instructors, including part-timers, female faculty, and faculty of color. The concluding chapters explore faculty professional development, the formation of community within the community colleges, and the development of the professoriate as a profession. This is the 118th issue of the Jossey-Bass series New Directions for Community Colleges.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/15/2002
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Profiles of Community College Faculty|
|Disciplinary Variations in the Work of Full-Time FacultyMembers|
|University Reference Group Identification Among CommunityCollege Faculty|
|The Heart of Professional Practice: Teaching andStudent Interaction|
|Using the Lenses of Critically Reflective Teaching in theCommunity College Classroom|
|Instructional Practices of Part-Time and Full-Time Faculty|
|Faculty Attitudes About Students|
|Challenges and Opportunities for Community College Faculty|
|Part-Time Faculty: Competent and Committed|
|Exploring the Climate for Women as Community CollegeFaculty|
|Still Strangers After AllThese Years?|
|The Current State of Faculty Development in Two-YearColleges|
|Building Community: The Second Century, the SameChallenge|
|Toward a Professionalized Community College Professoriate|
|Sources and Information|