Have heard this umpteen times in my life …“every coin has two sides”
It reminds me of the old days when I was one of the students sitting on the same bench,writing non-stop to finish the paper before that bell rang,checking whether I have attempted all the questions,written properly,diagrams in place and lines drawn at the appropriate places. kya din the woh bhi..though we,as students, always want to jump and skip the remaining years of our college life and board the corporate band wagon…but only when we reach here..this side..we realise what life we had in college times ! Nevertheless…this life is not bad too 🙂
Oh me? I’m a bad bad teacher I guess..I’m not at all being lenient…can’t help it,really ! I’m so wanting to grant few marks here and there but unable to…you tell me,how do you give marks to papers where the names of the researcher’s have been spelt wrong,the theories have been tumbled upside down and the answers have been written in the form of fill in the blanks ? Well,there are few copies which have managed to score well-which proves that I have taught well and right,ah !!
Well this is just an unit test but the marks count ! So,I’ve planned to take a post-test session-post-mortem that is- for students where in they will know where did they lose marks and what should they be doing,let’s hope it helps them in finals ! See,I’m not a bad teacher yarr !
But I’m enjoying being this side of the class and being in authority ! YAY !! 🙂