My immediate supervisor is super. The students are the best.
ESL teacher (Current Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – September 16, 2015
The minute class begins, we fill in the time with learning. Students roll in at different times due to their employment or other commitments. However, a vocabulary assignment is already on the board waiting for them to tackle. Every day is full of new information for me as well as for them. As they learn their new language, I learn about them and how they learn. This helps me become a better teacher. Management give me autonomy and I thrive on this. It allows me to do a better job by knowing my class will not be disturbed during the seemingly short time we have during the semester. My colleagues are supportive and respectful of each other's style and talents. We all learn from one another.The hardest part of the job is letting the students go at the end of the semester. By that time, we've become a family. On the flip side, it is wonderful and rewarding to know the amount of English they learned in a few short weeks.
the multinational student body
multilevel classes, no benefits, too few work hours