Create grading rubrics and assess essay quizzes accordingly.
Pros: challenging occupation, diverse material, highly intelligent superior.
Cons: the intensity increased at the same time that the intensity increased in my other classes.
This responsibility entailed part-time work, the intensity of which increased at different times throughout the semester. If I were to work hard and grade quickly then I could have a great deal of time for my personal work or leisure.
At this job, I learned that grading essays is not easy! I became much more fluent in my critical-thinking skills as a result of this opportunity.
I am close with the Professor that I worked under; we have been friends ever since I had taken his class the semester before. He is a bright man with good intentions. I would enjoy working with him again.
The hardest part of the job was assessing quizzes with the goal of helping students learn the material. Many of the questions were worded oddly, so I often awarded credit on account of logical consistency and creativity rather than the the proposed rubric.
The most enjoyable part of the job was gaining more familiarity with the great scope of material that was covered the semester before in class.