Sometimes They Do Come Back: What Then?
by Richard Costner - January 28, 2008
A teacher educator reminds faculty to think carefully and reflect on their own practice, particularly when students who have previously failed a course must now re-enroll. Keeping the lines of communication open between the Dean and/or Department Chair, extending normal office hours, respecting students' confidentiality, and revising your syllabus accordingly may help faculty better address the needs of both repeating and first-time students.
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