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Started by OneMoreYear, April 08, 2023, 02:32:16 PM
Quote from: OneMoreYear on April 08, 2023, 02:32:16 PMThis question probably has a thread somewhere--if someone has better luck than I did, please send me to it. Question essentially is: how much of your teaching materials do you share with an adjunct or a new instructor who is teaching a course you have taught for a while?Due to a variety of factors, I'm already on a one-class overload this year, and the dean nixed me taking a 2nd class overload, so luckily we located an adjunct to teach a summer class I've taught for a while--in this case it's a graduate elective course. I met with the adjunct twice to orient to how I structure things and provided my syllabus, my lecture slides, and my assignment guidelines. But, they've now asked for basically the whole kit and caboodle, including a set of class-related videos I created, all class activities, and case studies.As I mostly teach a bunch of courses that no one in my department is interested in teaching (e.g., stats for math-phobic basketweavers), I've not had a lot of requests to share full course materials. So, what say the forumites? Find some time to zip everything together and send it or is it reasonable to not send it all?Even typing this out, I feel like a snowflake, so maybe I've got my answer. But, I guess I'll post and see what opinions come through.