Taking classes while working full-time is tough. That’s one of the lessons I learned firsthand during the past two years.
But there’s more.
To begin, I’ve been a business professor since 2011, so I’ve had the opportunity to teach many students—about 1,000 to date. And I’ve taught in the three primary formats: solely face-to-face, solely online and in a hybrid structure, which is a combination of face-to-face and online. I’ve taught both graduate and undergraduate students, many of whom were extraordinarily busy with part- or full-time jobs, families and other time demands outside of their coursework.
I always knew that these students were busy, but from January 2015 to October 2016, my appreciation for their balancing-act of responsibilities grew.
That’s because during that time, I became the student. I became the jugglerRead More