Statistics indicate that adjuncts teach close to 60% of the students enrolled in community colleges across the United States. Therefore, coordinators of adjuncts should seek opportunities to keep adjuncts abreast of current trends and practices in their field.
In this presentation, Essie Childers of Blinn College points out several reasons why professional development is important for adjuncts.
Listen to “The Value of Professional Development for Adjuncts”
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How do you manage professional development for adjunct faculty on your campus? What kinds of opportunities do you offer? Share your insights and experiences in the comments.
This content comes from a collaboration between Cengage Learning and the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD), a membership organization committed to promoting and celebrating excellence in teaching, learning, and leadership at community and technical colleges. Recognizing the growing need for adjunct support, Cengage Learning and NISOD are partnering to co-host a series of webinars, podcasts, and blog posts covering professional development topics for adjunct faculty and administrators. To learn more about this partnership, visit http://www.nisod.org/cengage.