Granted, it could be that the students have all the tools they need to be self-sufficient to move through the text on their own. I have no doubt that a good chunk of them are legitimately in good shape. Still, I don't think I'm that good that all of my students are picking this up and have no questions for me. Some of them are surely confused but aren't asking. Yes, I have study guides, discussion questions, reading-checks, and final projects to measure all this, but now is the time they're actually reading. Now would be the best time to help, rather than waiting until after the fact.
Of course, I could simply be feeling a bit bored. It's very possible that everyone gets it and I've made myself a bit irrelevant for the next two weeks. After all, in an ideal scenario, all students would use the tools I gave them, figure out the show, on their own, and move through the text without asking anything. That's exactly what's happening? Maybe it's a good thing?
In reality, it's likely the notion that I feel like I need to be doing something direct and active, and otherwise I'm not "really" teaching. Perhaps I am really teaching...I just did it three years ago when I made my videos, and the students are just now learning from them. Many questions to consider when things start to feel a bit too easy.