I love teaching E&M! This course is secretly like calculus 3 and 4 with context. The problems are often analytically solvable, and it’s just a straightforward application of mathematical concepts. Students seem to hate this class. Go figure. I take a relatively standard approach to my E&M class. It’s one of the few classes I haven’t messed with a ton. We use Griffith’s as our text, and I pull a lot of in-class examples and activities from the Oregon Paradigms curriculum. Unfortunately because the university recently shortened our semester I have had to cut out the tiny bit of electrodynamics we used to do in this course; hopefully as the physics major grows we can begin offering E&M II more regularly.