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remembering names


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Mar 03 2001 - 14:52:06 PST

I try to tell all my classes that when they meet a teacher the
use to have, Please introduce yourselves. It makes the situation
so much more comfortable. It is so irritating for ex students to
come up to you in the mall and say, "Guess who I am?"
    Woody in KC wrote:
> Idem.
> I've been known to have a 2-hour conversation at a
> homecoming game and not knowing who I was talking to
> until I got home and went through a yearbook. I had
> placed his graduating class by the names he dropped. But
> he had gone from 125-lb. to 200lbs. of muscle plus 10 years.
> Myriam
> > But all my past students know that if they pass my way again, they have
> > to give me a hint (like their name) because 28 years X 200 students in 3
> > high schools, well, let's put it this way, my hard drive of a brain is
> > out of memory.
> > San D

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