AZGrizFan wrote:Ibanez wrote: I can see that.
In between semesters, college professors aren't just siting on their hands. When my father in law was teaching college, he'd was working 12 months, that included running multiple summer camps, writing or editing cookbooks, developing curriculum, conducting professional certification and continuing education courses, planning for the upcoming semesters.
It's different than adjunct professors like my wife who might teach of 3 semesters straight then not have a class for 1-2 semesters.
Exactly. He wasn't working 12 months AT the college.
I didn’t say that, Tom.
Those summer camps, CE courses, editing were all done through the college. At the college. On location. He was paid by the school.
Trust me, AZ. I know more about my experience than you. You asked for an example and I supplied one. He wasn’t alone either so you can count that as 10 more cases. Just at one school.
My sister used to teach nursing. Even during the summer, she would teach summer classes and work as a liaison between the school and local hospitals year round. Nursing students will go to work in the hospitals as part of the curriculum.
I’ll wait for you to tell me what I witnessed for 9 years was a fabrication.
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