Community colleges serve as a bridge to four-year institutions and to specific careers for a diverse student population. College success can be undermined by beliefs, whether actual or perceived, that students are incapable of learning, underprepared, or otherwise not "college material." Community college faculty, therefore, have a unique opportunity and obligation to cultivate lifelong learners who persist through adversity and adapt to new contexts. Annie Wagganer, recipient of The Cross Papers Fellowship for 2019, explores this topic and offers community college faculty across disciplines and teaching modalities a framework for designing learning experiences that combat these beliefs and encourage counter-messages.
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