The first night of an onsite class begins with arriving early and ordering each step of the class to demonstrate to your students you are fully prepared. Rely on instructional nuts and bolts to navigate those first four hours as they tick away.
Whether it is your first time in a bricks and mortar classroom or if you are looking for benchmark practices, the "Thriving in the Onsite Classroom" series, featuring Professor RB Kuhn, will equip you for success.
Question: How do you manage the first four hours of your first night of class? Please leave a comment below.
Presenter: RB Kuhn / Associate Professor, Division of Liberal Arts
Recorded: September 6, 2017
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