Some university professors can introduce themselves by having photos of their family and their life on PowerPoint, right?
- Sam SpayedLv 73 weeks ago
I suppose they could.
I never had any that actually did, though.
A few (maybe 5%) had a very short CV, similar to a paragraph introducing a speaker at a conference. Most went straight into the lecture, without introducing themselves at all, beyond "I'm Dr. Smith and this is Calculus 241; please leave now if you're in the wrong classroom."
- zipperLv 63 weeks ago
No, their family is none of your business!
- 3 weeks ago
Yes, of course, this is a common practice for many university teachers.
- ExpatLv 64 weeks ago
Sure! There are no rules about how you introduce yourself to students. I’ve never done that but I often share things like my hobbies if I feel like it.Source(s): 20+ years university Professor
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- darkvelvetrainLv 64 weeks ago
I have never done that, but I suppose one could certainly do that.
- LaurieLv 74 weeks ago
I have attended 7 different colleges in my life, and earned a masters degree. I have NEVER had a teacher do such a thing. NEVER.
- keerokLv 74 weeks ago
Why? Who does that? You're supposed to draw a line between your work and personal life. It's called professionalism.
- PearlLv 74 weeks ago
i dont see why not
- BryanLv 74 weeks ago
I think so. I do some teaching at the local community college and I was encouraged to do that, but I declined.
- Supreme ThoughtsLv 64 weeks ago