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Teachers Unfiltered - Laurence May

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In this edition of Teachers Unfiltered we ask OAC's Laurence May important questions and he gives his honest and unfiltered answers.

Table of contents:

0:00 - Introduction
0:18 - What subjects do you teach and how long have you been at OAC?
0:58 - Why are you a teacher and what keeps you teaching?
2:20 - What keeps you working at Open Access specifically?
2:56 - What do you think when a student asks you a question via email? Do you get annoyed?
3:43 - What do you think when a student asks you the same question twice or takes a while to process things?
4:43 - What do you think when a student gets the answer wrong?
5:22 - How do you feel when a student tells you they are struggling with an assignment?
6:33 - Do you like it or prefer it when students unmute or use their camera?
7:34 - Does it annoy you when a student asks for an extension on a task?
8:06 - What do you think when a student misses a few classes?
8:51 - What do you do when you feel so anxious about what is in your email inbox that you find it hard to even look at your inbox?
10:17 - How do you approach building a working relationship with a student?
11:19 - What is your approach when students are unwilling to engage in a class or course?
12:34 - What qualities do you like to see in your students?
13:53 - What piece of advice would you like to give to your students?
14:53 - What do you think are the most important ways of supporting your students?
15:56 - Is there anything else you would like your students to know?


Last updated: 16 September 2022