Special Education Teacher (Current Employee) – Covington, GA – July 15, 2016
A typical day in the classroom would begin by reviewing what was learned the day before to see how much information was retain by our kids. The hardest part of the job would be keeping the students engage and focus in the classroom. The most enjoyable for me is when a student remembers what you said and what you was wearing when you shared the information with the students.
Special Education Teacher Assistant (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – April 15, 2016
It was a good job as I was transitioning out of the classroom. I left when I saw there was no growth opportunity. Working with special needs children and a team of paraprofessionals that care about the students.
Very Satisfying to make a difference in someone's life
Special Education Para Professional (Former Employee) – Liberty, MO – September 4, 2013
I was assigned to a certain Special Education teacher. I worked with about 12 to 15 students who had needs that required educational assistance. Each year was with different students. I stayed with 7th graders. I followed students to their different classes and assisted with understanding the classwork and helped in getting classwork done. We also all met in a skills class to work on what ever was needed. There were days that were hectic and there were days much slower. This was a job I truly enjoyed, it was very satisfying to have worked with the students to better their school year.
Health & P.E. Teacher/ Football Coach (Current Employee) – Covington, GA – January 14, 2015
As a Health& P.E. Teacher I try to open my students minds to different sports and activities that they wouldn't normally play. I also help them to build upon the knowledge of food that they already know. It's NOT just a game - It's a developmental tool.