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This tag is related to the role and duties of a teacher, an academic instructor, tutor or a teaching assistant.

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For numerically-based assignments like the ones in the classes I teach, I tend to use automatically-marked assignments in things like Blackboard or Webwork. That still gives the students feedback on …
answered Aug 21 '18 by Peter K.
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When I was in this situation, I just allowed the student to reschedule, but that the exam format would change to an oral exam. I've found (after a bit of practice) that oral exams are a great way of …
answered Jan 11 '13 by Peter K.
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When I set marking rubrics for my students' work, I usually include two main areas: Clarity and Contribution. Clarity specifically addresses whether the student has communicated their ideas (or answe …
answered May 22 '13 by Peter K.
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I had this happen. The teacher in question had some personal problems that caused him to drink (alcohol) to excess. Mostly it did not really impact his teaching. Then one day he came into the class …
answered Feb 23 '15 by Peter K.
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When teaching graduate students, I've found that lowering the bar on the level of difficulty of a course tends to lower the amount of effort they are willing to put in. Conversely, raising the bar …
answered Feb 6 '15 by Peter K.