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Developing effective part-time teachers in higher education

Fran Beaton

Developing effective part-time teachers in higher education

new approaches to professional development

by Fran Beaton

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Published by Routledge in Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • College teachers, Part-time

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementEdited by Fran Beaton and Amanda Gilbert
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2331.7 .D48 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationpages cm
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25307342M
    ISBN 109780415517089, 9780415517072, 9780203084953
    LC Control Number2012015703

    Not a bit of it. Therefore, administrators and faculty must be cognizant of the communication differences that exist between the on-campus and online environment. I enjoyed the camaraderie and stimulation of studying for a part-time MBA from to As the Basic Course moves into the 21st century, they encourage researchers and practitioners to continue examining the role that the Basic Course plays in General Education requirements in higher education. Therefore, it is important that administrators and faculty are aware of the communication channels that are typically incorporated into educational programs and courses.

    As a result, the MSHE Program has spent three years developing strategies to increase effective online communication and to decrease communication being lost in translation. Thus, education consists in developing not only personal but also social qualities; it is the development of social conscience: awareness of how society works, knowledge of how it is structured, and a sense of the personal agency which allow action. They view attending classes a waste of time. It also did not focus on fighting injustice, intolerance and superstition. States may also enact laws to ensure equality of access and strengthen the role of women in higher education and in society.

    Appropriate assessment and feedback Set the right assessments; match them to the material to be learned. Figure 1. We have, thus, to change the examination system. By making connections with what kids are doing in and outside of schools, literacy teachers, specialists, and coaches today are expanding the possibilities for student learning—a positive change that has a broader impact on society.


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