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Great place to work
Party coordinator (Former Employee), San Jose, CaliforniaDecember 1, 2013
It was an excellent experience getting to work with the kids as well as getting the parents involved in the various projects.
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It's all about the students!
Assistant Extended Care Director (Current Employee), Fremont, CAApril 17, 2013
Pros: the relationships formed with students
Cons: the staff does not get along most days
It is great to form relationships with many students. The wide range age gap allows me to understand students ages five to 13. At the end of the day, it is a joy to spend time with the kids, helping them with homework, doing projects with them, and seeing lightbulbs in their "I get it" moment.
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Very rewarding working with children with learning difficulties and teaching staff.
School Officer ( Teachers Aid) (Current Employee), Cranbrook, TownsvilleDecember 8, 2012
Pros: being able to work school hours when my child was younger
Cons: the hours are not consistent. employment is on a term time basis over a year and changes every year.
A typical day at work includes working with approximately 120 children within a year level. Some of these need support in basic maths and english but mostly I do activities with them in all sorts of areas. I have a great, caring group of co-workers and we each have different strengths that we gain from each other. The hardest part of the job is dealing – more... with some of the stronger willed children who just don't want to be there. It is very rewarding when a child who has struggled with something does really well with a little bit of help and guidance from me. – less