The power went out in my classroom five minutes after I started and stayed out for two hours. I chose my topics and told them to read the rest. Heaven knows whether they'll do it, but I'll know tomorrow when I review it all with them. Hey, I'm there to help them learn, not to teach them. Besides, we've already talked about nearly all of the material. The beauty of redundancy. Note to self: Edit more heavily next time. Actually, all of the training material could use a good editing. It's far too esoteric and scholarly, not focused enough on showing them what to do in specific situations, occasionally obsolete, and repetitive. I'm going to get the opportunity to rework it in the next several weeks. I really should have done a lot of it before this class. The problem? I'm intimidated by the fact that the material was written by my boss/client.
Off to watch CSI: NY, then off to bed. Later.