November 6, 2019

​Even with the most carefully-crafted syllabus, it's still likely that you'll encounter situations where students are asking for exceptions based on unusual circumstances.

When should you make exceptions to your policies, and when should you hold firm?

In this episode, I give a few examples that have come up in my own courses recently and share the questions I ask myself when deciding whether exceptions are reasonable in specific cases.


​Listen to the Episode 20: When to Make Exceptions for Unusual Circumstances​


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About Camille Freeman, DCN, RH (she/her)

Hi there! I'm a clinical herbalist and nutritionist specializing in fertility and menstrual health. I run the Monday Mentoring community of practice and also offer continuing education programs for practicing herbalists and nutritionists (Check out this year's Deep Dive!). I'm also a former professor with the Maryland University of Integrative Health, where I taught physiology, pathophysiology, and mindful eating for 17 years. 

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