FIRST PERSON | Renee Fraser
Many of us have been teaching in community college for 20
years or more, and we remember the days when the mission was
education, not production. Classes might have 25 or 30 students,
so we could have seminar-style discussions and individual project
presentations, and even memorize the names of our students. We
might assign lengthy papers and essays, and we had time to read
each one, make comments, and allow students to rewrite them.