How do you design your summer-term course differently?
In the Northern Hemisphere, we are less than a month away from the official start of summer. For some, the beginning of June represents the unofficial start. Happy June!
For those of you who are teaching this summer (or have experience from doing so in the past), how (if at all) do you design your course differently to reflect the season?
For example, do you lean more heavily on:
- Outdoor/experiential classes
- Evening classes (when temperatures are cooler and after work)
- Asynchronous work
- Individual work (as aligning around team schedules can be trickier)?
- Something else?
Please share in the comments below on any of your experiences from summer teaching, including any tips and tricks to encourage deeper student engagement. @Jeff_Eyet and I will share any insights more broadly in an upcoming edition of the Teachers' Lounge webinar.