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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Best Ever Way I've Been Addressed by a Student

"Yo, Teach."

  • At 4/01/2006 12:39:00 PM, Blogger Simplicius wrote…

    My favorite way was when a group of students started referring to me by my initials.


  • At 4/01/2006 08:25:00 PM, Blogger La Lecturess wrote…

    I'm frequently addressed simply as "professor." As in, "Professor, I have a question..."

    I find this very odd. Does this mean they can't remember my last name? (It's not very long and it's easy to pronounce--unless you happen to be a telemarketer from the south, in which case you'll certainly pronounce it incorrectly.)


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