The book uses bullet points, lists, infographics, and is organized beautifully. It is a pleasure to read, and it can be read in one sitting. The author uses the latest.
What happens in the office hour is the same virtually as it is for students who show up in person: Students ask questions about particular problems or topics, and the.
In “Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America,” Alissa Quart lucidly recounts these and other wrenching stories of economic hardship, while meticulously deconstructing some of the prevailing myths about middle-class.
My Word! is written in a scholarly style. Blum also uses personal examples from her teaching background. Chapters are best read individually, with time spent between them to ponder the concepts.
This book should make any adjunct laugh or cry or maybe prepare to consider other work. Perhaps it will inspire more adjuncts to take part in the growing number of.
This handbook would be especially relevant for new faculty, adjunct or full-time, as it includes tools that some professors might never have thought of or dared to try. The language.