Pros: colourful learning environment
Cons: new disrespectful managment
-I would come in, set up, organize trays and programs, teach, arrange and conduct meetings with parents and staff
-I learned about all types of learners and levels of learning; I learned how to treat people with repect and patience, I learned how to develop procedures and systems to improve productivity and organization; I learned how to assess and record notes about students' education in order to improve their skills and teach them better
-For the majority of my experience at Oxford, the management team was excellent and helpful. When new owners took over, I had trouble adapting to new approaches to business and disrespectful attitudes and I felt my time was up a there
-My co-workers were phenominal people to work with and I developed life-long friendships with many
-The hardest part of my job was not having enough time to meet with parents and do all of the other duties I needed to. The summer months are the busiest time and the scheduling can be very tricky if you don't have a strict method. I was too nice and that made it hard to accomodate everyone
-The most enjoyable part of my job is the impact I got to have on childrens' learning and my own learning. There's nothing more gratifying than teaching someone something and witnessing them learning it. When they have breaktroughs or surprise you, it's even more exciting.