Unheeded feedback and the magical properties of water (Rousse)

Once again I was astonished by the versatility of my colleague C. Sitting to the left of me, he chaired Monday’s meeting – while simultaneously presenting his report in person from the other side of the table.

I liked C’s report, but repeated my comment that the section on feedback had too great a focus on feedback to students and not enough on feedback to external examiners. C gave the impression that this was the first time that he had heard this remark, even though we had discussed this issue at length at our pre-meeting on Friday.

During a visit to the ladies’ toilets after my early departure from the meeting I spilt tap water on my khaki trousers. This transformed them into a pair of emerald green elephant cords.

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