Today, I’m giving my students their first examination in General Psychology. I decided to write the test questions myself, as opposed to using a test bank. It was a lot of work to write this examination, but I did enjoy doing so.
I’m very thankful to report that I continue to experience improvement with taking Amantadine for my MS fatigue. I feel mentally much more alert, as well as physically less fatigued.
Teaching this class is much more challenging than teaching Abnormal Psychology, in several respects. First, this is the very first time that I have taught an introductory psychology course. Nearly thirty-four years have elapsed since I myself took General Psychology!
There are so many different subject areas that are covered in this class. I’ve taken at least one course in each of the topics that are covered in General Psychology. For several topics, I’ve taken multiple courses at the baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral level.
I hope to have the opportunity to teach General Psychology again, too. I feel so very blessed that I have found a successful treatment for my MS fatigue.