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ERIC Number: ED324053
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Pages: 82
Abstractor: N/A
The Fourm. Volume VII, Summer 1990.
Corbin, Lynda R., Ed.
Forum, v7 Sum 1990
Intended as a marketplace for the ideas and creativity of California community college faculty, this issue of "The Forum" contains not only articles on educational issues, but also short stories, poetry, and musical compositions. Included in this issue are the following: (1) "A Poet's Journey," by Nancy Edwards (poem); (2) "Toward an Effective Faculty," by Philip Hartley; (3) "Science Fiction and the Serious Reader," by Gary Zacharias; (4) "Dropping Out," by Laurie Duesing (poem); (5) "The Challenge of Cultural Diversity in the California Community Colleges," by Karen S. Grosz; (6) "Marathon Memories," by Gary Zacharias (short story); (7) "Jastro Park," by Jack Hernandez (poem); (8) "Siskiyou Plan," by Dave Fontius; (9) "Layers of Memory," by Susan Ruyle (short story); (10)"Rethinking the Curriculum to Meet the Needs of Underprepared, Underrepresented, and Economically Disadvantaged Students," by Nancy Clover Glock; (11) "Sufficient Evidence," by Nancy Edwards (poem); (12) "Building Community at Cypress College," by Kirk Avery and Sue Britton; (13) "A Larger Phenomenon," by Richard Sisk; (14) "Canon: Time Passing," by Mack Crooks (choral composition); (15) "Toward a Competency Based Foreign Language Classroom," by Jean Jacobson; (16) "Tall Tale: My Close Encounter," by Gary Zacharias (short story); (17) "Face to Face," by Jack Hernandez (poem); (18) "A Model for Shared Governance," by Baji Majette-Daniels; and (19) "Going Back Home," by Nancy Edwards (poem). (JMC)
Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, 1107 Ninth Street, Sacramento, CA 95814.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Creative Works; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, Sacramento.
Note: Annual Journal, formerly titled "Issues in California Community Colleges: Forum".