This week’s selection from the Teaching and Learning Collaborative comes from Zachary Simmons, psychological sciences. Like many UP professors, he does his best to carve office hours in stone, held invioalate for the good of his students, but life always seems to do its best to wreak havoc on his best laid plans. Sound familiar? If so, be sure to read his piece on exploring the possibility of keeping virtual office hours on days he cannot be on campus at this link.
A reminder: these weekly tips from the Teaching and Learning Collaborative are meant to be taken in during the time it takes to enjoy a cup of coffee or kombucha at your desk. They are also archived at sites.up.edu/tl. If you have a teaching dilemma for which you’d like some insights or resources, please contact TLC coordinator Karen Eifler, firstname.lastname@example.org, or x8014.