Summer classes can present challenges for instructors at all levels due to the compressed time period and students who may have trouble staying motivated over the summer months.
Covering the required material faster can be difficult, but it’s certainly doable, especially with some fresh concepts and curriculum ideas to guide your lesson planning.
Defining the problem
No matter what level you teach, instructors most likely will be struggling with one if not all of these areas when establishing effective lesson planning for their summer classes—teaching methodology, student assignments, assessments and academic rigor.
For professors Alicia R. Crowe, Eunsook Hyun, and Mark Kretovics,