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By Dr. Janet Fleetwood PhD, associate vice provost for faculty and academic development in the office of faculty development and equity at Drexel University PA
At many colleges and universities across the northern United States, administrators and faculty are gearing up for the inevitable onslaught of weather-related school closings, often affectionately known as "snow days."
For others, wind or water or similar extreme weather causes disruptions.
Now that "teaching with technology" has become the mantra of modern-day instruction, the idea of snow days evokes a "we shall overcome" mentality. It urges faculty to tackle …