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The current state of faculty development in two‐year colleges
This chapter provides a brief overview of the history of faculty development efforts at community colleges and a summary of the research. The chapter also discusses how community colleges canExpand
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Critical issues facing school leaders concerning data-informed decision-making
School systems have access to more data than ever before but most teachers and school leaders lack the skills to use the data for student and school improvement. Current attempts to use data haveExpand
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Recruiting and retaining rural community college faculty
Much is being written about a potential shortage of qualified community college faculty. Rural community colleges may be at the greatest disadvantage in attracting and retaining new faculty becauseExpand
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Interviewing to Hire Competent Community College Faculty
The author focuses on improving the interview process as a critical step in hiring new faculty who will thrive and prove to be effective in the community college environment. Necessary considerationsExpand
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Designing and Implementing Effective Professional Learning
List of Figures Preface Acknowledgments About the Author 1. The Need for Change Traditional Approaches to Teacher Professional Learning New Demands Require Change 2. Effective Teacher ProfessionalExpand
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MRI of sonographically indeterminate adnexal masses.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to assess the ability of MRI to characterize sonographically indeterminate adnexal masses and to define the sonographic features contributing to indeterminateExpand
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Faculty Development in a National Sample of Community Colleges
The author defines the activities that distinguish successful development programs and describes a survey administered in 1998 to faculty development officers at 250 randomly selected communityExpand
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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT IN PUBLICLY SUPPORTED 2-YEAR COLLEGES
A comprehensive study of faculty development in community colleges was undertaken to identify the organizational components that nurture good teaching. A review of the literature revealed severalExpand
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Chief Academic Officers' Demographics and Educational Backgrounds
The impending retirements of many community college leaders creates a need to better understand who the chief academic officers (CAOs) are and the paths they followed to become CAOs. Nonetheless,Expand
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The essence of the curriculum revolution: emancipatory teaching.
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