Faithful Reader wrote: ↑Thu May 19, 2022 7:53 am
It would be more efficient to let your students grade the exam themselves. It would be easier if you had a single multiple choice question for the final. Also, do your students know that if they knock on the door and ask if the exams are graded will not speed up the process?
Think I'm gonna take a vacation day, snuggle up in one of those blankets you sent me when we had the 'rona and the deaths, and watch a Star Trek I've never seen!
That sounds amazeballs!
I'll be grading final exams.
Amazeballs sound delicious. If you get hungry during grading, you can grab a snack from chef Nick DiGiovanni who has a birthday today. As do you, per my psychic Dojo powers! Happy Birthday @jadziadax8!
That would certainly be easier, but not wise.
When students ask me if the tests are graded, I always tell them I just graded theirs and they got a zero for asking if the test is graded. The look of horror is always worth it. Yes, I'm an evil physics professor.
Now, back to the happy birthdays.
Happy birthday to @Neelix, @BCSWowbagger (hoping you surpass the Messiah in age), my homie @jindrak and SpringSnow!