English Composition Teacher's Guidebook - How to Survive (and Even Thrive) as an Adjunct or Part-time Instructor - Tom Mulder

English Composition Teacher's Guidebook - How to Survive (and Even Thrive) as an Adjunct or Part-time Instructor - Tom Mulder

2. Collude - Adjunct Instructors: Paradox and Expediency

English Composition Teacher's Guidebook - How to Survive (and Even Thrive) as an Adjunct or Part-time Instructor - Tom Mulder

Tom Mulder [+-]
Grand Rapids (Michigan) Community College
Tom Mulder holds an MA in English Language and Literature from Ohio University and an MEd in Educational Leadership from Tarleton State University (the Stephenville branch of Texas A & M). He teaches English at Grand Rapids Community College and Writing at Grand Valley State University, both in Michigan. In 2017, he was awarded the John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award from the League for Innovation in the Community College and the Excellence in Education 2017 Adjunct Faculty award from Grand Rapids Community College. He has also been a Fellow and was awarded Teacher Consultant certification at the Lake Michigan Writing Project affiliate of the National Writing Project.

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Chapter 2. Collude – Adjunct Instructors: Paradox and Expediency presents “The 10 Commandments of Constructive Collusion” (of what not to do or of going against the grain) that are recommended to produce gains in students’ writing and adjunct instructors’ success. These are specifically geared for the everyday reality of the adjunct composition teacher’s position as a part-timer.

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Mulder, Tom . 2. Collude - Adjunct Instructors: Paradox and Expediency. English Composition Teacher's Guidebook - How to Survive (and Even Thrive) as an Adjunct or Part-time Instructor. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 45-71 Apr 2020. ISBN 9781781796429. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=33459. Date accessed: 27 May 2020 doi: 10.1558/equinox.33459. Apr 2020

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