So I gave a big review project to geometry last week. We were presenting the projects the last two days and we didn’t get through all of them. I told students who didn’t go that we would finish them up today.
Well, I totally forgot about that. I made up a practice exam, gave that, and then went over the solutions. And with 10 minutes left to go in 3/4 I remembered. And none of them had said a dang thing.
So we will have to fit in presentations later this week. Oops.
I’m finding myself running out of these to talk about this year. The semester is winding down and we are in finals week. We start exam schedule tomorrow and really the only job I have left is to review and then proctor. (Other than grading these final projects.)
But exams are stretched out over two weeks this year so it’s a long stretch of me not having a whole lot to write about right after a long stretch of me being to stressed out and busy to write about topics when I did have things to write about.
Sorry, dear reader.
Also, I just realized if you replied to an email titled Dear Reader it would be a palindrome.
RE: Dear Reader
Wait. Crap. It’s almost a palindrome.
Shoot that’s disappointing.
Did you know these really are written in real time as my reactions to my own thoughts?
It’s weird how the written word compresses or expands time that way doesn’t it?
Okay, I’ll stop now.
Thanks for reading.