Unfiltered Story #32152

UK | Unfiltered | October 8, 2015

I teach supply chain management to MSc students. It is the first week of the new year, and I introduce myself and the subject to the students. Both is clearly displayed on the screen. Most students have first degrees in engineering, several years of experience in industry, and many of them are already teaching in their home countries. We discuss this, and they even give them time for a group activity. At the end of the first hour, two students approach me. They had finally just realised that they are in the wrong room: they are first year undergraduates in political science. Apparently, it didn’t occur to them that I was the wrong person, teaching the wrong subject, to the wrong kind of students.

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