Rethinking Teaching Assignments: Should Senior Faculty Teach More Introductory Courses?
After years of service and moving up through the faculty ranks, senior faculty members often feel they have earned the privilege of concentrating their teaching efforts on upper-division courses, leaving the introductory courses to younger faculty members. It seems fair enough: If you stick around long enough, you will be able to teach the courses you enjoy most. But is it the best arrangement for students?
- Rethinking Teaching Assignments: Should Senior Faculty Teach More Introductory Courses?
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