Muggle Studies Professor
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Last Seen: Apr 5 2018, 08:34 PM
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Apr 5 2018, 08:34 PM
Professor Hart sat quietly at his desk, working on paperwork as he waited for his students to arrive. This was always the lesson that he worried about the most – well, not actually the theory lesson, that wasn’t a big deal. It was what came after that he worried about, though he considered that it might have been one of the most useful lessons that he delivered for any of the kids that wanted to spend any legitimate amount of time in the muggle world.
Unlike normal, there wasn’t any information on the blackboards lining the room. Instead, there were several stacks of papers and booklets stacked on his desk to be handed out.
Mar 4 2018, 08:35 PM
Declan sat at the front of his class and worked on some paperwork as he waited for his students to arrive. Fifth year was one of his favorite years and by far one of the most interesting. Even more so recently as Professor Morrigan had been made great strides with the charms that he’d been working on so he was going to be able to give much more of a demonstration than he would have otherwise have been able to.
On the board was simply written the word ‘Electricity’, and a small black device sat on the desk, quietly playing music that rang throughout the room.
Nov 3 2017, 03:12 PM
The fourth year lesson in Muggle Studies was a little dry, even for Professor Hart’s taste, but that didn’t make it any less important. While the magical world had plenty of knowledge and understanding of how their own world worked and operated – precious few of them could figure understood how anything worked once they got out of their bubble. This was one of those lessons that was designed to help expand that understanding.
On the board at the front of the room there was a detailed - if rudimentary - flow chart about how the muggle government operated. Most of the kids were unlikely to be all that interested, but it was the sort of thing that they’d need to know if Norwood and Stewart’s schemes paid off.
Hart looked over the board for a moment before walking around behind it to take a look at the writing that was there, covering the rights and responsibilities of the citizenry. Once he was convinced that everything was there, he took a seat and waited for his students to arrive.
Oct 2 2017, 08:01 PM
Professor Hart stood at a filing cabinet in the back of the room, flipping through some paper work looking for a report he’d submitted to the Headmaster as he waited for the children to begin arriving. It wouldn’t be a stressful class for them – though he supposed it could be. Fortunately, the younger kids always seemed to be a bit more open minded about learning the information he presented. Honestly, he rather believed that was why David wasn’t making much of a fuss about the older kids. The Muggle Studies class was all about capturing the young kids.
Once the kids started to arrive he shut the filing cabinet and sealed it with a spell before making his way toward the front of the room. A small metal briefcase sat neatly centered on his desk as he leaned against the wall – looking out the window; waiting for the time for class to begin.
Sep 1 2017, 10:09 AM
Professor Hart stood at the front of the room, and looked out the window over the grounds below. His 7th year students would be along shortly. They were, by and large, a good group and he wasn’t too worried about their behavior in his class. With NEWTs running toward them at the end of the year they were all too aware of how sticky things could get if they blew off his class. Fortunately for them, they also had some of the more interesting classes.
On the chalkboard at the front of the room was the heading, ‘Foreign Affairs: Military and Diplomacy.’ By the time they reached this class they should be reasonably understanding of how the muggle world operated in Britain. He also wanted them to be familiar with what was out there in the rest of the world as well.
By their last year, they knew what seats to take and knew to keep their voices down so as to not interrupt whatever he might be doing as he waited for class to begin.