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Opening Questions: Setting the Stage for the Conversation

As a way of setting up the conversations that would take place at the workshop, part of the opening session was structured as a gallery walk where participants were asked to respond to some basic questions about being a faculty member at a Community College. As they moved around the room, the participants also responded to or expanded on answers given by those who answered the questions before them. As the final stage, the small groups were asked to summarize the most important responses from all the participants and report them to the group.

Why should community college faculty participate in disciplinary associations?

What are key points about working with community college faculty that professional associations should know?

How do we overcome disciplinary isolation of faculty in a single person or small department at a community college?


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