Finally, I managed to find the main difference between life in Teacher-training College (IPG) and university’s life; I think you might not agree with what I’m going to say next, but based on my experience (though it’s only a week), I find it is very true.
Believe it or not, assignment in IPG is much more than university’s!!
I don’t want to grumble about it since I am a person who goes with the flow easily. But, I have to say that life in IPG is more HERTIC than my previous Uni-life, I’m really hard to imagine that how do those PISMP undergraduate get through this half-a-decade (5.5 years) teacher training course.
Undoubtedly, without a great initiative and a strong aspiration, that’s impossible to achieve an education degree.
So, becoming a teacher isn’t simple as what we used to think. Here I salute to those who are taking PISMP, you’re a Man!
|My house/coursemates were preparing for presentation. Hectic~!!|
|So far, i find this is the easiest task ever. Not art, but SCIENCE~!! lol|
For this semester, I need to attend 10 subjects (30 credit hours per week!!) if including extracurricular activities which is JUST STANDING under that burning hot sun like a fool. That’s absolutely crazy when I recalled the most credit hours I had during my uni-life was 21 only!
Of course, the more credit hours you get, the more assignment you need to suffer with. Just only a week, I’ve already been overwhelmed by assignment. Nonetheless, I’m not going to give in so easily, and I wish to get rid of my laziness and all those bad habits which have been implanted in my mind when I was a temporary teacher.
I shall overwhelm all of my badness and hope that everything goes smoothly and perfectly. I’ll keep my finger crossed^^