A quick note on daylight savings.
It's coming quicker than you think. In the US it's March 14th this year (2021)
My students are in Australia, the Middle East, Europe, Canada and the United States.
https://www.timeanddate.com/time/dst/ to the rescue again.
It is always good to check. Here’s what I learned this year:
Most of the US and Canada changed clocks on the 14th of March 2021one hour forward
Most of Europe changes on the 28th of March 2021 one hour forward
Much of the Middle East doesn’t change at all
Some of Australia changes on the 4th of April one hour back.
Google Calendar, and most of the others will automatically recalibrate your schedule. It’s easy to get this messed up (or should I say, easy for me)
Easy for your students to forget as well. They may not be in your time zone.
As you teach more online, and get students from different parts of the world, learning about time zones is...