Syllabus-writing as Storytelling

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Dr. Raul Pacheco-Vega Earlier this week, I realized that we had passed the mid-semester mark (our semester is uncharacteristically long, 16 weeks of class instead of the traditional 13 that I used to teach in Canada). I thus added a couple of extra slides to my PowerPoint presentation recapping our progress to date and how future lectures would shape up. I included a summary table showing where we are in the course. Obviously, my students and I understand that we are in different places and have different roles. When I think of my teaching, I visualize myself as the ship’s […]
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