The Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning (CTTL) is pleased to announce that starting Feb. 14, they will be hosting a monthly meeting of the new Adjunct Faculty Teaching and Learning Community (AFTLC).
Led by adjunct English faculty member, Monique Iles, this group will serve as a way for participants to build community, discuss a variety of issues of particular concern to adjunct faculty, build pedagogy and practical tools for use in the classroom, and connect across disciplines. Meetings of the AFTLC will be collaborative and topics will be chosen based on member interest/feedback.
The AFTLC was created to provide a time, and place in which adjunct faculty, who seek more satisfying connections with their adjunct colleagues, due to their fleeting time on campus (and other factors), can build community, grow their skills, and connect with one another. Adjunct faculty from across disciplines are encouraged to participate and share their experiences. In collaboration with the Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning, the AFTLC has crafted a survey in order to gauge interest in topics for this semester’s meetings. If you are an adjunct faculty member who is interested in participating, please fill out the survey.
For questions about the Adjunct Faculty Teaching & Learning Community, please contact Monique Iles at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nina Floro at email@example.com.
The AFTLC will meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 3:40-4:40 in the CTTL Learning Space, Bldg. 1, Rm. 1-311F, starting February 14, 2018. Light snacks will be provided.
Article by Monique Iles