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Stories From the Adjunct Professorate: Bittersweet and, Yes, Bitter raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
As I speak to contingent faculty from New York to Texas, Seattle to San Francisco, it becomes increasingly clear that academic penury has become the order of the hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
As More College Admins Hired, Perks and Title Porn Out of Control raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by Jon Marcus By now you鈥檝e likely seen the viral 鈥淯niversity Title Generator鈥 meme that parodies the culture of academic bureaucracy by listing made-up administrative titles such as hellip;
1 Comment / Read More raquo;
A Plan to Reduce the Number of Academically Unprepared College Students raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
If students can avoid remedial classes in college, research shows they are much more likely to stay in school and earn a college degree. hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
Youngstown OH Passes PT Worker Bill of Rights鈥650 Youngstown U Adjuncts Benefit raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
The bill requires employers to provide part-timers鈥 work schedules at least two weeks in advance, upon request; pay part-timers the same starting hourly wage as full-timers whose jobs hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
Syllabus-writing as Storytelling raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
Dr. Raul Pacheco-Vega Earlier this week, I realized that we had passed the mid-semester mark (our semester is uncharacteristically long, 16 weeks of class instead of the traditional hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
Confessions of a MOOC Prof: What I Learned and What I Worry About raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
Indeed, despite the large dropout rate, MOOCs certainly end up serving a significant number of students. If the initial enrollment in a MOOC is 40,000 and only 4,000 hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
Ban PowerPoint in Lectures? Yes! Here #8217;s Why raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by聽Bent Meier S酶rensen Any university teacher who does not harbor a painful recollection of a failed lecture is a liar. On one such occasion, I felt early on hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
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How One PTer Won a "Strive for Excellence" Conference Scholarship You Could, Too!It鈥檚 easy to take myths and, by constant repetition, give them the patina of reality.聽The same thing is happening in higher education. There are these myths about part-time faculty.
Part-time faculty don鈥檛 conduct research.
Part-time faculty don鈥檛 attend academic conferences.
Part-time faculty don't care about professional development.
All part-time faculty are 鈥渄rive-by鈥 professors.
The truth is adjunct faculty do conduct research, they do publish and they do attend conferences. Adjunct [read more]
Learning Your Students' Names Really Does Matterby Carole R. Beal
The new academic year is here, and thousands of students have entered college for the first time.
I鈥檝e been teaching college students for a long time, but this year, two developments have led me to think hard about my role as a professor: what it is, or rather, what it should be, with regard to undergraduates.
One involves a tenured education professor who was [read more]
Want to Engage the Public in Adjunct Advocacy? Here's HowWriting for the public requires improving one鈥檚 skills, just the way it does for writing an academic article or a grant proposal. Yes, there is a 鈥渟tart-up cost鈥 as you learn the ropes. But it isn鈥檛 as time-consuming as many academics may [read more]
#AdjunctActivism: Thanksgiving Food Drives for AdjunctsThis wonderful idea for #adjunctactivism聽is from our friends at A is for Adjunct.
In keeping with this season of tricks and treats, let鈥檚 take a look at which of the two seems to be winning in the academic community and how that might be used to adjuncts鈥 advantages.
Realistically, it鈥檚 obvious that tricks have abounded this fall. Teachers showed up for the first day of school at [read more]
How California's "Part-Time Faculty Job Security" Bill Will Hurt PTersby P.D. Lesko
California State Senate Bill 1379. Where do I even begin?聽SB-1379 was sold聽to California adjunct faculty as the so-called Part-Time Faculty Job Security Bill.
However, the legislation on Gov. Brown's desk waiting for his signature includes this final sentence: "In all cases, part-time faculty assignments shall be temporary in nature, contingent on enrollment and funding, and subject to program changes, and no part-time faculty member [read more]
Professor Embraces Flipped Classroom. 鈥淭wice As Much Time to Lecture!鈥漟rom the Cronk of Higher Education
Professor Rupert Villanueva returned from the recent Conference for Learning Engagement elated over a teaching model that many instructors presented about. 鈥淭his is going to change everything!鈥 said Villanueva about what is commonly called the 鈥渇lipped classroom.鈥 In order to maximize the time students spend discussing and analyzing information traditionally shared in lectures, professors assign material to students via reading [read more]
How to Use Cumulative Testing to Enhance Learning Outcomesby Kevin Patton
One of the most effective enhancements I've ever made to my human anatomy amp; physiology course was switching to聽cumulative testing.聽What I mean by that is instead of testing on each topic once, then moving on to a test on the next topic, I started testing my students on all the covered topics (thus far in the course) in each successive test.
I've always had [read more]
LIU-Brooklyn Faculty Lockout: Why Americans Don't Careby P.D. Lesko
From The Atlantic (Monthly) to the Pacific, newspapers, magazines, online education news sites, columnists, bloggers, pundits, activists, unionists, Facebook friends and Tweeps worked the 鈥淛e Suis Charlie鈥 angle hard on behalf of the 400 faculty whom the President of Long Island University-Brooklyn (LIU-Brooklyn) locked out for 12 days in response to a contract dispute. The faculty lost their health and dental insurance, to [read more]
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As More College Admins Hired, Perks and Title Porn Out of Control raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by Jon Marcus By now you鈥檝e likely seen the viral 鈥淯niversity Title Generator鈥 meme that parodies the culture of academic bureaucracy by listing made-up administrative titles such as #8220;deputy vice president of the hellip;
1 Comment / Read More raquo;
Youngstown OH Passes PT Worker Bill of Rights鈥650 Youngstown U Adjuncts Benefit raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
The bill requires employers to provide part-timers鈥 work schedules at least two weeks in advance, upon request; pay part-timers the same starting hourly wage as full-timers whose jobs 鈥渞equire equal skill, effort and hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
AAUP to Investigate Firing of PTer at Colorado Comm College raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by Quincy Snowdon The American Association of University Professors is going to bat for a former Community College of Aurora employee who alleges he was unfairly fired, the association announced Oct. 24. Past hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
UT San Antonio Adjuncts Could Face Layoffs raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
The San Antonio Express-News is reporting that the University of Texas at San Antonio administration has advised the faculty of its biggest college that fiscal belt-tightening moves may stymie the rehiring of adjunct hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
After Presidential Debate Where Candidates Snub Higher Ed., Clinton Pitches Plan to Lower College Costs raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders were in Durham, New Hampshire today discussing their shared belief that cost should not be a barrier for anyone who chooses to go to college, and student hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
Part-Timers at This School Now Get a $1,000 Kill Fee for Cancelled Classes raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
A contract between Champlain College and its unionized聽part-time professors聽was聽ratified and released Monday. Champlain adjuncts have been unionized with the Service Employees International Union since last year. The union and the college have been hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
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Documentary Film About Higher Ed 鈥淪tarving the Beast #8221; Has Many Villains (and Few Heroes) raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
If, like me, you are anxious about the condition of public universities, 鈥淪tarving the Beast鈥 will only heighten your hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
New Study: College Students Taught by Good-looking Lecturers Learn More raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
A new study finds that college students learn more from good-looking lecturers. hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
New Study: Jobs With Tenure Few and Far Between for Adjunct Women raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by Kent McDonald Tenure is a goal many professors strive for 鈥 but it remains further out of reach hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
Poor, Priviledged and Pedantic鈥擶hy America Ignores Under-Employed Ph.D.s raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by P.D. Lesko The latest NSF report, #8220;The Survey of Earned Doctorates, #8221; relies on data聽from the University of Chicago鈥檚 hellip;
14 Comments / Read More raquo;
College Graduation Rates Down? Blame the Adjuncts! raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by P.D. Lesko Salaries for full-time college faculty are at an all-time high, and the 4-year graduation rate for hellip;
2 Comments / Read More raquo;
New Study: Small Percentage of Ph.D.s End up Employed as FT Profs raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by Becky Rynor Graduates themselves are often unsure of where to look for opportunities outside academe. Valerie Walker admits hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
Why Every Adjunct Should Be Watching Friedrichs v. the California Teaching Association raquo;
AdjunctNation Editorial Team
by P.D. Lesko Agency fees, or as education union officials refer to them, #8220;fair share fees, #8221; are paid to hellip;
No Comment / Read More raquo;
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by聽Andrew Robinson I am a relative newcomer to contract instructing, having moved to Ontario from Saskatchewan in 2010, for family reasons related to health care for my younger son, who 鈥╥s a special-needs child. We moved from Saskatchewan because we were unable to get the health care we needed for him. My wife and I hellip;
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by Jeffrey Young Sherry Turkle Says There鈥檚 a Wrong Way to Flip a Classroom. Sherry Turkle has gone from gracing the聽cover of聽Wired magazine for her boosterish views of technology, to a leading tech skeptic, worried about how our smartphones and always-on culture are short-circuiting human communication. In her most recent book, Reclaiming Conversation: The Power hellip;
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