COVID-19 requires academic flexibility at your institution.Help students succeed with calendar and syllabus changes.
Cases of COVID-19 surged among college students in August and September. Whether relegated to distance learning, quarantined in dorms, or sitting through in-person learning beneath masks and fear, students at all higher education institutions have had a tough start to the academic year.
As you head into midterms this fall and start preparing for the next term, administrators, faculty, staff, and students will all need to be flexible. You should consider modifying the academic calendar and course syllabi. By applying creative options now, you can offset some of the hardships and equip students for success.
- What alternatives to Thanksgiving and spring break holidays could help?
- How can you restructure midterm and final exam weeks?
- Does it make sense to adjust graduation timing?
- What policies related to deadlines and late student work should you apply?
- How can you increase student engagement and foster active learning?
- What alternative course assignments can be meaningful?
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