Creating Your Archive

For the past week, we’ve been discussing how to create your syllabus. We’ve covered what type of document a syllabus is, what types of policies to include, and why assessment is so important. Today, we are going to discuss a couple of different approaches to choosing what your students will read over the course ofContinue reading “Creating Your Archive”

Of Syllabi and Self-Confidence

This month we are tackling teaching and, as is only appropriate, we will begin with how to make a syllabus and end with how to interpret course evaluations. First things first, making a syllabus is harder than you think it is. The root of this problem, as with many of the teaching-related issues we’ll discussContinue reading “Of Syllabi and Self-Confidence”