Heading off to college as a freshman education student is a very exciting and scary time for many people. Even with your best intentions and hopes at work, you may encounter some problems in this new situation. As you get acclimated to the daily grind of college life and an education program, you will often learn to deal with or solve these issues.
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It can be an emotional upheaval when you head off to college your freshman year. You may have moments of uncertainty about declaring education as your major. You may worry about not finding an education job upon graduation or only finding a teaching job that offers a low salary. Loneliness can creep in when you are away from family, especially when you’re in a new place where you don’t know area very well. If you have yet to make a lot of new friends, your social live may not be too exciting. Depression and anxiety can set in during the first year of your educational experience.
Many freshmen suffer from sleep disturbances that were not present before entering college. The new academic stressors and worries that you will face while working on your education degree can affect your sleep. For instance, when you're tackling your final child development project or preparing for your curriculum and instruction exams, the stress can cause you to lose out on some valuable shut-eye. On top of that, the new freedom to come and go as you please -- no parent-controlled curfew, late social events and communal living -- and your sleep may be dramatically reduced in length and quality. Brown and Utah State universities both point out that sleep is vital for academic performance, memory, judgment, mental health and emotional wellness.
Adjusting to the academic stressors in college can be problematic for many freshmen. You have to figure out exactly...
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