In this thread “I don’t want to go to class tonight”, Lsura comments:
OK, so I teach an MBA class, that’s supposed to run from 6:00 PM to 9:15 PM. We have about a 15 minute break, and I always end by 9:00 and sometimes before 9:00.
I figure, the students are employed, they work all day, and then have to sit for three hours listening to the same person (mixture of lecture and discussion) speaking. It’s gotta be boring. I’m up at the front, I can walk around and wave my arms, they have to sit still. So I try to cover the material faster.
One of my colleagues said he always goes to the schedule end of class. So, my question: Do you think I’m “cheating” them out of the full time? That they’re not getting their “money’s worth”?