Data-Informed Teaching and Learning as a Dialogue for Student (and Faculty) Success - CampusLabs*

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Despite the intrinsic rewards of teaching college students, adjunct faculty face a number of challenges, including:

  • Lack of professional resources, such as a dedicated teaching and learning center
  • Limited or no access to computers, library resources, and curriculum guidelines
  • Limited or no access to an office or another private area in which to prepare lessons and meet with students
  • No formal system for helpful evaluation or peer feedback
  • No formal onboarding or campus orientation process

How might these factors translate into potential challenges for the students they teach?

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