This semester's class is over, and because the University doesn't want departments to rely on grad student lecturers over actual faculty, I'm done lecturing until I get a real job somewhere else. We had to end on a low note (postmodernism) and I think (which OleNelson and Courtney agreed with) that I gave constructivism short shrift. Maybe I'm just approaching it the wrong way, but constructivism is hard to teach without feeling like I'm overwhelming them with completely new ideas - intersubjective definitions, mutual constitution, endogenous preferences, etc. Overall, thinking about the 16 weeks of the course, I think I did more good than harm - that's in the academics' hippocratic oath I think. "First, do a marginally great amount of good than harm. Or at least make the harm less obvious."