Saturday, April 25, 2015

KMA day

Saturday was spent in Yeouido: I woke up at 5:45AM, was out the door by 6:30AM, and was at National Assembly Station—where KMA's headquarters are located—by 8:40AM, very early for my 10AM class. I had a relatively large class today: seven students, all of whom were quite good. We had fun, even though the course I had designed was somewhat grueling (that can't be helped: it's a 7-hour intensive session that they have to sit through). Still, despite the battle fatigue by the end, the students' constant energy meant that everyone helped buoy everyone else's spirits, and we got through the day with plenty of laughter. All the students stayed until the end, which was also a rarity: I've normally had problems with students who, for whatever reason, have to leave the course an hour or two early.

A good time was had by all. I'm hoping for, once again, 90-plus-percent evals (last time around, it was 100%). At least someone loves me, eh?


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