Part-time faculty are mostly hired at the last minute and they often experience a lack of belonging on our campuses. Listen as educators Toni Anderson, Kathleen Chambers, and Jamie Wilson of North Seattle talk about their inspiration and experience as they have designed, implemented, and sustained a meaningful and engaging faculty academy for adjunct faculty at their college.
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Episode 002 of the Assessment Matters podcast gives you an inside peek into Everett's Guided Pathways redesign and how faculty members Kristine Washburn (Physics) and Anne Brackett (Chemistry), co-chairs of the GP work and recipients of the 2018 Anna Sue McNeill ATL Award, are framing equity, transformative leadership, and faculty leadership.
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Join your hosts, Bill Moore and Jen Whetham, for the first episode of the Assessment Matters Podcast! We explore the (r)Evolution of the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) Assessment, Teaching, and Learning (ATL) department as we build and organize a state-wide community of educators — then and now-- through effective communication.
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