Pros: Could plan and teach concepts your own way
Cons: little to no assistance from directors and coworkers, place was not clean
I was left to everyday run and take care of the majority of the needs for the classroom and all the children in my room. I learned that having, running, maintaining a classroom is a lot of work.
School was very poorly run. Directors, i felt, did not hold up their end of running a school. They would delegate their responsibilities on to everyone else, who already had their work load. All of my coworkers constantly talked of how they were searching for other work because they were not happy.
Hardest part of job was that you were basically on your own when it came to running and getting/having things for your classroom. The most enjoyable part was spending quality time with the toddlers: playing imaginative games, teaching, singing, reading, hearing their stories, doing and making crafts, and just having fun