Advice for presidents who want to continue teaching

August 14, 2019

“It can make for a grueling workweek, but the insights gained from students make teaching worth it,” writes Martha D Saunders in an essay offering advice to post-secondary presidents who still want to teach. The author notes that if a president wishes to keep their finger on the pulse of their campus, there is no better place to do so than in the classroom. To this end, the author offers tips on how presidents can make the most of their teaching experience, which include considering teaching a course with another instructor or team, listening to students, and consulting with faculty members in one’s academic department. Inside Higher Ed (International)