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  • No matter how much I try to stay organized and on top of things, there will always be a student who insists they turned in assignment that is missing. I spend too much time thinking about the different possible situations and questioning whether it was really me who misplaced it. Usually it is the student who didn't put it in the right place, forgot about it, or didn't put their name on the assignment. In the end, I just waste too much time thinking about it alongside other little things.

    It would be nice if teaching was just a little bit easier...and I had superpowers to be able to monitor every student at every single moment (maybe just install cameras in the classroom).
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