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Student and instructor expectations of community college instructors

R. James Twa

Student and instructor expectations of community college instructors

by R. James Twa

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Published by Oregon School Study Council in Eugene .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • College teaching.,
  • Community colleges.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby R. James Twa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsL192.G5 O68 1970, Nov., LB2329 O68 1970, Nov.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 l.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5327766M
    LC Control Number72180705

    Taking Student Retention Seriously: Vincent Tinto GO. Syracuse University’s Distinguished University Professor in the School of Education, Vincent Tinto, has conducted research and written widely about student retention issues and the role that faculty members can play. The faculty role generally encompasses three areas of responsibility: Teaching, Research, and Service. Contrary to the diagram above, what proportion of time a faculty member spends (or is expected to spend) in each area varies generally by institution type and more specifically from institution to institution.

    Online Student Expectations What Should I Expect? Expect to work as hard, or even harder, than in your face-to-face classes. As in your traditional classes, your success in an online course will be dependent on the time and effort you invest in your coursework. Barbara Holdcroft is an adjunct faculty member in theology at Lees-McRae College and in psychology at Mayland Community College. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in both education and theology, and her research on moral development, the subject of her doctorate, attempts to blend those two academic disciplines.

    The Many Roles of a College Instructor. Posted on J by Dr. Paul A. Hummel, I found myself working as a manufacturing consultant on behalf of Elgin Community College (ECC). but I could not be more excited about fulfilling the vision I have for helping college instructors and their students succeed. I fell in love with ECC and with the mission of community colleges in general. I worked fulltime and occasionally taught college courses for my institution and two other colleges. After a couple years I set a goal to move over to the “credit side of the college” and eventually become a college administrator.


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Student and instructor expectations of community college instructors by R. James Twa Download PDF EPUB FB2

Our top seller covers the • Mission, vision, and values of teaching in a community college • Characteristics, expectations, and needs ofcommunity college students • Course planning and teaching skills that follow sound learning theory.5/5(1).

To elicit the desired data, the Instructor Behavior Questionnaire was administered to students and instructors in an Oregon community college. The Kolmogorov-Smirnoff Two-Sample Test was then applied to the data to determine the level of significance of difference in reactions of the six groups included in this by: 2.

Student and Instructor Expectations of Community College Instructors. Twa, Robert James This study examined the nature of and major differences between certain expectations held by the adult education, occupational, and transfer students and their instructor counterparts--expectations of the instructor as director of learning in a community.

Book By: Deborah A. Stewart Review By: Karen L. Archambault-Crim Division of Professional Education and Training University of Maryland Baltimore County.

In Effective Teaching: A Guide for Community College Instructors, Deborah Stewart and the Community College of Vermont provide a workbook that informs all who connect with the students in the two-year college.

Engage students, celebrate learning, and develop your students' skills when you combine the theory and practice in this guide.

Learn the framework for turning the learning experience into a collective enterprise involving you and your students. Our top seller covers the * Mission, vision, and values of teaching in a community college * Characteristics, expectations, and needs ofcommunity Reviews: 1.

Prepare for College Instructor/Student Expectations; Put Together a Bibliography or Works Cited; Research on the Internet; Rule Out Academic Dishonesty; Say No to Dating College Friends' Siblings or Exes; Student Teaching: Test Drive Your Career in Education; Taking a Gamble: Gaming on Campus; Transferring from Community College to Four-Year Institution.

Community colleges rely on part-time, “contingent” instructors to teach 58 percent of their courses, according to a new report from the Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Part-time faculty teach more than half (53 percent) of students at two-year institutions. These colleges are growing every year and will require additional full-time instructors, so the demand for community college professors will be strong.

Students are attracted to community colleges because of their low cost, easier standards for acceptance and preparation for attending a four-year university.

The Role of College Faculty in Student Learning and Engagement The quality and value of an undergraduate education in the past decade received, and continues to receive, scrutiny by various stakeholders associated with the higher education community. Much of the energy surrounding the undergraduate experience and student learning.

ACA Chapters STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. in this set (96) What are the basic instructor expectation of college students. self-directed learning.

What are the basic student expectations of college instructors. be prepared for class, start and end class on time, be available during published office hours, explain learning outcomes of. What can CCCOnline students expect from instructors. Instructor Online Presence: CCCOnline requires that instructors be present in the online classroom every 24 – 48 hours.

Instructors are not required to be online on the weekends. Instructors are required to post assignment grades within 7 days of the due date for week courses, within 5 days.

Part-time students, especially in community colleges where they may be taking evening courses, often have greater difficulty meeting with instructors.

In addition, many part-time students taking evening and weekend classes are taught by part-time faculty who, like them, may be on campus only small amounts of time. Describe your expectations for student behavior (e.g., respectful consideration of one another’s perspectives, open-mindedness, creative risk-taking).

Let students know what they can expect from you (e.g., your availability for meetings or e-mail communication). Examples for and from Carnegie Mellon Syllabi: Course Expectations. By Michael R. Fisher, Jr. Much scholarship has focused on the importance of student assessment in teaching and learning in higher education.

Student assessment is a critical aspect of the teaching and learning process. Whether teaching at the undergraduate or graduate level, it is important for instructors to strategically evaluate the effectiveness of their Author: Rhett Mcdaniel.

Student-instructor relationships outside of the classroom have existed for hundreds of years and remain an important topic in the literature. Universities are increasingly concerned with. The majority of college instructors communicate their expectations for students through a course syllabus.

A syllabus usually provides an overview of the course, the learning outcomes expected, materials you will need such as textbooks, instructor contact information and a description of assignments and exams.

Students and instructors have different expectations about classroom etiquette. (prior experiences, culture, disciplinary culture) While some behaviors would be considered rude and offensive in any context, others are a matter of individual interpretation.

the college. Student will attend classes and obtain written materials on instructor expectations and class objectives.

Student will be aware of required materials and submit them by the deadline. Student will seek out information about, attend and participate in all college required activities. Student will purchase a college catalog.

Student File Size: 20KB. College instructors expect students to come to every class. Beginning freshmen miss more classes than any other group of students. Unfortunately, this fact has a direct impact on grades. Students who attend classes regularly make better grades than do students who miss class frequently.

Not attending class is a sign of lack of motivation and interest. There shall be reasonable access to the instructor during announced regular office hours or by appointment. All faculty are expected to meet their classes and keep office hours.

When unforeseen circumstances preclude the instructor from attending classes and the instructor cannot arrange a substitute. Teachers' expectations about their students' abilities affect classroom interactions in myriad ways that can impact student performance.

Students expected to succeed, for example, get more time to.Role Ambiguity in Online Courses: An Analysis of Student and Instructor Expectations By Rachel Hare Bork & Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiana This paper uses data from a qualitative investigation of online courses at two community colleges and a framework of role and socialization theory to examine how expectations about the roles of online student and Cited by: What Instructors Expect of Students We can’t say that all instructors expect the same things of their students, but here are some general guidelines you should consider when you’re building and maintaining your relationships with your instructors.

Choice & Self-discipline Instructors know that being in college is a choice.