Today was graduation day for those students that started my course last September. Most were happy but not all of them passed. It's been a hectic few weeks dealing with the admin side of their course ending too: exams, resits, marking and preparing stuff for the external examiners. All the while teaching the other cohort of students.
In the next couple of weeks I've got a deadline approaching to finish changes to my course textbook (two of them!) After that....the days of calm. From next week I'll be down to just 49 students (those that started in January) and 7 hours of teaching per week until they leave in the summer.
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Dr Adrian Jannetta. Amateur astronomer, maths teacher and science enthusiast.