Despite the majority of mainstream society's expectation for being back to normal, which may refer to taking in-person classes, I want to argue for the minority preference for preserving an option outside the scope of “normalcy.”
I soon realized that visual presence did not determine student participation. ...Rather than hiding behind turned off cameras, there seemed to be a kind of courage that came about in speaking while not being gazed at.
We want to hear from you, students, whether you are in your last semester of a post-doctoral degree or if you just graduated high school and are on your way to a new college. All students have a voice here.
I’ve stopped worrying about managing the classroom the way I used to. I’ve stopped telling students what to write about. I’ve realized that the more ideas there are in the writing classroom the better.