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  1. As a student I loved snow days, but now that I'm teaching my own class, I have to figure out how to adjust my lesson plan to fit in fewer days. Does anyone have any tips on what works best to get back on schedule when you lose class days?
  2. Just as the post reads, I'm wondering if the syllabus I wrote can be considered a publication to list on my application. If not, is there anything else to list it under? The problem is, I'm applying to a graduate program for Speech-Language Pathology, but I'm an out-of-field applicant. My background is in conservation (museum artifacts). I've been working at a campus museum for the past three years, and I was asked to write a syllabus in textiles conservation for their new textiles minor last year. It's really the only publication I have to my name. It was tons of work and it's currently being used for a class, but I'm just not sure it's relevant to my future program. I currently have it listed under my job description for employment even though it was something completely separate from my work duties. Where to include? Should I even bother including? Any thoughts would be helpful. -T
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