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Monday, October 03, 2005

My own fan club?

Today before class one of my survey students asked if I'd be teaching this survey again next semester as well. Puzzled, I said that yes, I was.

Both sections? He asked.

I said, well, actually, I think there are going to be three sections offered--but yes, I'm teaching two of them. Then I laughed. Why? Are you planning on taking this class all over again?

No, he said--but I've got this friend who's taking it, and I was telling him that he had to take it with you.


Cool, huh? But it gets better: he asked what else I'd be teaching, and when I mentioned that I was teaching one of the classes on Super Huge Famous Author, he said, "Really? Which one? I've been wanting to take that class!" When he sat down, I heard him turn to the girl behind him and say, "Did you hear that? She's teaching SHFA next semester!"

Clearly, I rock. Although whether either one of them will be so excited about taking classes from me once they get their papers back is another question.


link | posted by La Lecturess at 9:20 PM |


5 Comments:

Blogger Professor B commented at 11:09 PM~  

Congrats! It's always nice to feel like you are well received enough to warrant them wanting to have you in another class.

Anonymous Anonymous commented at 8:36 AM~  

It was only a matter of time, really. And you can tell them that there is ALREADY a fan club in existence. You know who loves ya, baby.

Blogger What Now? commented at 8:53 AM~  

Always feels good to be appreciated!

Blogger Ianqui commented at 11:10 AM~  

Awesome! Good for you.

Although whether either one of them will be so excited about taking classes from me once they get their papers back is another question.

Which is why I give the mid-semester evaluation BEFORE they take the midterm...

Anonymous New Kid on the Hallway commented at 7:36 PM~  

Too cool! You definitely rock.

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