Two weeks of continuous assignments and quizzes really take its toll on me.
I’m experiencing burnout… Hahah. Coffee is what I drink in café these days so that I can stay awake in class.
No one has ever told me that quizzes play an important part in a university’s syllabus, that’s for sure. I can say that two or three weeks of continuous assignments and quizzes [they love us] caused [and still is] some pressure, but hey, quizzes are quizzes, and exam is *this* close, like 20 days close.
No more time to play, we have to get ready for it, though laziness will always bug us. Ed Psych, Philo Ed, and Guidance & Counselling need more attention from all of us here. It’s pretty obvious reading alone is not enough. One needs to complement it with a full comprehension.
Anyway, I still consider myself lucky, because let’s face it: all those head-cracking, mind-confusing, emotion-grinding tasks are what we call as challenges for our future career as GTs [Great Teachers!].
This is a student’s life, and that first war is looming. Meet you in the battlefield soon!
[P.S.: sorry for using words that are hypothetically metaphorical.]