by Bridgett McGowen-Hawkins All across the country, instructors answer a variety of student questions with, “It’s in the syllabus.” We all struggle with getting our students to read the syllabus and.
By Jenny Ortiz The yearly work that comes with the first day of Fall classes, as always, feels tedious and only reminds me of the enormous workload I have this.
I'm already planning my Fall courses. I start with the syllabus. It's a question about how many rules I want to put in the syllabus. I hate to start the.
One of the schools I teach for originally had a canned curriculum from which all instructors taught . The content was good overall and obviously written by professionals. There were.
by Peter Connor It’s a given—students are going to complain about the grades they receive. Also given, is your responsibility to handle such complaints. Generally speaking, this will go far.
by James Whitley Today’s adult learners are far different from their predecessors of less than a decade ago. Almost without notice we are in the midst of a radical demographic.