Productive and helpful experience working with children and adolescents with learning and developmental disabilities.
Substitute Teacher and Special Education Volunteer (Current Employee) – Salem, NH – September 11, 2013
I was welcomed to this company with great opportunities, and over the past 10 months, I have been able to learn so much more than I thought about students and the work life of a teacher. I had great interactions and professional relationships with both co-workers and got to know and interact with students in a professional and positive manner. I really began to love what I was doing with helping students, that I really want to be in this type of business to start as a Paraprofessional and to one day be able to take certification courses to receive my teaching certification and become a teacher myself.
Productive Workplace that can suffer because of inconsistency.
Perm. Sub for Nathaniel Bowditch Elementary (Current Employee) – Salem, MA – February 20, 2013
A typical day at work consists of:
* Grading Papers * Making lesson plans * Going to faculty meetings * Meeting weekly with the principal to make sure all procedures were followed, and lesson plans were up to par. * Making sure to employ all learned classroom management techniques. * Making sure to meet parents to discuss classroom concerns. * Filling out daily attendance, and processing reports daily on students progress.
being expected to be up to date on all the subjects your certified in.