Pros: excellent pay
Cons: no health insurance
A typical day at work would be, coming into the classroom, list objectives of the day on the board. Engage students in discussion about a topic related to the chapter at hand. I have learned how to relate to each and every student differently. I learned to challenge myself to reach the students who seemed to be falling behind. Management for the most part were supportive, management always
encouraged us to think outside the box, we were asked to find ways that will encourage our students to want to come back to school t learn. Co-workers were supportive, they were always willing to help other co-workers. The hardest part of the job was how to keep students from coming in the front door and going out of the back. My way of teaching had to constantly change to reach the students who had attendance issues. The most enjoyable part of the job was hearing from the students how well I taught. I enjoyed the students who were willing to work hard to become successful.