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Erica Reed: 2016-17 Distinguished Faculty Member Award Winner

Jan. 26, 2017 -- Erica, a full-time faculty member in the School of Adult & General Education and a 2016-17 Distinguished Faculty Member Award Winner, has been instrumental in helping CNM faculty members with their professional development.
Erica Reed: 2016-17 Distinguished Faculty Member Award Winner

Jan 26, 2017

She is the co-chair of CNM’s Cooperative for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and she organizes the annual CTL Conference on Teaching and Learning, which is always highly successful and very well received by the faculty.

She is an extremely dedicated instructor who is fully committed to her students’ success. She approaches teaching from the combined perspectives of cognitive psychology, adult learning theory, and neuroscience. Once her students have accessed a foundation on which to build, she then advances their learning through active engagement. Erica guides her students through all stages of the learning process and, while students are acquiring new knowledge and skills, they are also engaged with the material on all cognitive levels. She continually assesses her own effectiveness by examining what occurs in her classes and by absorbing feedback from student outcomes, evaluations, and discussions with colleagues. Erica is truly an outstanding faculty member for the School of Adult & General Education and its students.