Part Two: In the Classroom
Once you actually enter the classroom and face the classroom you’ll be faced with a number of forms that you have not seen and situations that you are probably unfamiliar with—such as students requesting an incomplete. Have no worries, “In the classroom” will familiarize you with these documents in advance so you will know what to do when you see them and how to use them to your advantage. This section will also make you aware of all of the mental health benefits that are available not only to your students but to you, as an instructor, as well. Finally this section will cover the courses in the English Department that transfer to four-year institutions and those that do not.
How to Get your Class Roster in on Time
Under and Over Enrolled Courses
The Absent Professor
Academic Accommodations (How to Best Serve Our Disabled Students)
Advisory Cards (How Do You Know When a Student is Ready to Skip a Level?)
When You Want to Use a Student’s Work for Instructional Purposes