According to Central Michigan University’s Matthew R. Johnson , abandoning letter grades, getting rid of due dates entirely, and not enforcing any attendance policy are all potentially good ideas. He rationalizes this by citing the unique challenges facing students who are returning to university in midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Johnson, an associate professor of educational leadership, recently argued in the Chronicle of Higher Education for some tweaks educators could make to accommodate students during the upcoming fall semester.
In Johnson’s opinion, the Delta variant, in addition to plateauing vaccination rates, could make it necessary for professors to alter their class […]
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