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Part-Time Faculty: Who? What? How?. Courtney Adkins, Ph.D. Assistant Director Center for Community College Student Engagement Misha Turner, Ph.D. Associate Director Center for Community College Student Engagement.

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Courtney Adkins, Ph.D.

Assistant Director

Center for Community College Student Engagement

Misha Turner, Ph.D.

Associate Director

Center for Community College Student Engagement

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Keys to Student Success: Strengthening the Role of Part-time Faculty in Community Collegesrview
  • Funded by MetLife Foundation
  • College Visits

Focus groups with part- and full-time faculty

Interviews with presidents

  • Center Data Analyses
  • College Vignettes
  • Web Resources
  • Special Report
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Part-time faculty teach approximately 58% of U.S. community college classes…and 53% of community college students.

JBL, 2008

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Profile of a Developmental Education Faculty Member

Those who teach only dev. ed are more likely to have…

  • Part-time employment 76%
  • A position of instructor 73%
  • Fewer years of teaching experience 66% fewer than 10 years

Less likely…

  • Tenure-track position
  • Master’s degree or higher

CCFSSE, 2009-2013

discussion question
Discussion Question

How is your college preparing part-time faculty to teach these important courses?

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Instructors’ Academy – Coastal Carolina Community College (NC)

Goal: Strengthen college’s focus on engaging teaching and learning strategies

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PT faculty participation in high-impact practices

Part-time faculty are less likely than full-time faculty to report

  • Teaching in an organized learning community
  • Participating in a student success course
  • Being involved with a fast-trackor acceleratedlearning course

CCFSSE, 2011-2013

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Discussion Question

How, if at all, are part-time faculty at your college encouraged to participate in and use high-impact educational practices and other effective teaching strategies?

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Involving Part-Time Faculty in Course Design – Bristol Community College (MA)

Goal: Increase first-year student success in all gateway courses

faculty referrals to academic and support services
Faculty referrals to academic and support services

How often do you refer students to academic advising/planning services?

Rarely/Never

  • Part-time – 25% and Full-time - 14%

I’ve referred students to college tutoring services or I require students to participate in college tutoring.

Yes

  • Part-time – 50% and Full-time - 57%

CCFSSE, 2009-2013

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Discussion Question

How does your college ensure part-time faculty are aware of support services for students?

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Discussion Questions

What do you already know (or need to know) about the experience of part-time faculty at your college?

Consistent hiring processes?

Part-time faculty orientation? Mandatory?

Availability of office space or designated work space and access to instructional materials?

Professional development opportunities & expectations?

Opportunities to meet with colleagues?

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Discussion Question

What is your advice to colleges?

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- Express high expectations and provide high support.

  • Conduct campus conversations about policy and practice related to part-time faculty. Involve part-time faculty in the discussions.
  • Create an integrated pathway for part-time faculty: hiring, orientation, professional development, evaluation, incentives, integration into college community and student success agenda
Faculty Engagement – What Can We Do?
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- Design pathways to full-time employment.

- Recognize part-time faculty in monetary ways, when possible, and in non-monetary ways as well.

- Keep the focus on student success and effective educational practice.

Faculty Engagement – What Can We Do?
contingent commitments web tools

Contingent Commitments Web Tools

Contingent Commitments Web Tools

http://www.ccsse.org/center/initiatives/ptf/special/

Tools and Resources:

Campus Discussion Guide

Conducting Focus Groups

Notes from the Literature

Methodology

Additional Resources – Delphi Project, Achieving the Dream and others

Faculty Video Clips