My adjunct instructor gig is finished for another semester. A couple years ago I was asked to be the graphic design "resource" for the Strategic Campaigns senior capstone course at our local journalism school. I'd been a lab instructor for this same course since 2006 so I was very familiar with its content and expectations. … Continue reading Buttoned up and on the books
Gen Z in the classroom
Back in May of 2018, I stepped away from teaching a capstone course in strategic campaigns. I did this because 1) Entrepreneur was on oral chemo and not doing very well and 2) I was having a difficult time adjusting to Generation Z in the classroom. I've been an adjunct instructor for this capstone class … Continue reading Gen Z in the classroom
Stepping back into the fray
Many of you know I've been an adjunct instructor for the journalism school in our town since 2006, teaching a capstone lab for seniors going into strategic communications. And, some of you know I stepped away from this gig after the graduating class of 2018 due, in part, to Entrepreneur's cancer and his challenges with … Continue reading Stepping back into the fray
Teach. Evaluate. Adjust. Repeat.
The first part of May ended my 8th year as an adjunct instructor for the journalism school in town. And while some years seem more successful than others, every year offers new insights into the minds of twenty-somethings, who are less than 15 weeks away from being unleashed onto the advertising industry. This is their … Continue reading Teach. Evaluate. Adjust. Repeat.
A is for Adjunct
Welcome to Round 8 of ABC Wednesday. The meme was started by Mrs. Denise Nesbitt, and people from all over the world come together to play and share their entries. Each week word(s) beginning with the designated letter are selected and woven into a post. For the past two rounds, I've taken unusual words and … Continue reading A is for Adjunct