Mild disappointment, but still. I'm pretty disappointed in my courses this semester, which is unfortunate especially because I was really looking forward to this term. Due to last minute schedule changes, I'm going to miss having one of my favourite profs for my Teaching Art class. Instead she's been replaced with one of my least favourite teachers and the syllabus has been changed completely around and instead of learning anything about implementing arts programming or theory behind fostering creativity in the classroom etc. etc. ... we're just doing crafts and listening to stories. This is not something that feels like a productive use of my time, and I resent the changes. Additionally, my Teaching Math course is less about theory and methods, and more about "this is how to do grade six algebra".
I know I'm just being a baby whining "waaah my academics aren't challenging enough", but- interesting that this should be a common thread in my life. Having written that out, I realized that I also complained in Budapest that my program wasn't difficult enough, and I've actually been sad about this since forever. Maybe the problem is that I'm not doing enough to challenge myself in these programs. When I chose independent study projects that I do find challenging, I also find them rewarding and exciting. I should try to refocus my efforts in that direction- connect my studies across subjects (eg. a Health project developing a unit on friendship for elementary students connects to teaching how to make friendship bracelets in Art?) and spend as little time as possible on boring ass busy work.
In conclusion: stop whining, Heather. The solutions are in your hands.