by Ama McKinley I’m a first semester instructor this fall, guiding 106 students as they learn Human Communication and Graphic Design. Sometimes, this job still feels like i’m being punked. When I was.
by Elizabeth Kuehne After almost two decades as an adjunct, I’ve learned a thing or two about time management. When I first began teaching, I was able to get by.
by Tami Strang If you’ve been following education news lately, you’ve probably read at least one article that discusses the struggles that many adjunct instructors are having as they seek full-time.
By Melissa Miller, Ed.D., M.Ed. Ask, and you shall receive! Awhile back I wrote a blog about my desire to become a student again. Oh, how I missed the back-to-school.
By Melissa Miller, Ed.D., M.Ed. True headline: "Campus Shock: Michigan Professor Actually Takes Nude Pictures...With Student." Wow. Just wow. Seriously? Where do I begin? When you first read that headline, since.
By Melissa Miller, Ed.D., M.Ed. Are your students prepared for your class when they walk through your door? I read an interesting article about the preparedness (or lack thereof) of.