These are the questions that plague me as I stagger to the end of the year;
- A) Why do students feel a sense of entitlement about life?
- B) Why is it so hard for students to assume responsibility for things they have done wrong... even when there is overwhelming evidence that they have done something wrong?
- C) Why is conflict resolution so difficult for students to master?
This is a lot of question-y stuff. This has been a tough day and I am just mostly venting and trying to find an answer to something that may not be answerable. But I am really tired of not asking the big questions. I think I have become complacent to the smoldering issues because I am too tired to fight the fire. Let it burn itself out. OR--do I start seeking out ways to make things fireproof?
Gah... big questions that mostly stem from anger... good or bad thing?? :-)