* I first started working there as a substitute child care worker or special ed. technician. My schedule would vary from day to day and from week to week. Mostly working in high schools, I had to follow the child's schedule.
* As we all know, everyone is different, therefore I had to have different approaches with different children. It was my responsability to get to know them and have them trust me.
* I have learned to treat everyone with respect, regardless of their age group and to never under estimate one's intelligence.
* The management/school principal(s) and my co-workers were helpful and great. I never had any problems with them. There was a mutual respect, I did what was expected of me and made sure I learned from my mistakes.
*The Hardest part of the job was not having a stabl eplace to work from. The uncertainty of my schedule and of where I would be working the next day or week.
*The most enjoyable part is when being appreciated and recognized for my hard workk