SET Spring 2021 - Teaching Freshman During Pandemic
From Craig Clarkson
This year, freshman embarked on a college experience that nothing could have fully prepared them for. Not only are they missing much of the traditional “college experience,” but they face challenges for learning and interacting with faculty in crucial moments of their higher education experience. Unlike their more advanced colleagues, they did not have the experience and relationships from previous years to help them navigate the strange world of college during a pandemic. What does all this mean for teaching freshman? In this session, a panel of faculty with roles dedicated to freshman success will share what they have learned from working with freshman in the classroom, advising, and first-year writing.
Tuesday, February 9
- Danielle Williams (English)
- Eric Holleyman (Religion)
- Melanie Nogalski (Baylor Interdisciplinary Core)