Pros: meeting interesting people.
Cons: no enough hours
-Taught classroom driving theory in three of the school’s six locations, as well as at Colonel Bi high school as part of an eight week Driver’s Education program.
-Presented Ministry of Transportation approved curriculums.
-Used visual and kinesthetic demonstrations in order to teach students how to develop pro-active and safe driving habits.
-Led students on group discussions about safe driving, adverse road conditions and the handling of emergencies.
-Coached and corrected students on the various exercises and assignments to be done in the classroom and in their workbooks.
-Wrote easy-to-read pamphlets for students in order to help them develop better visual skills, space cushioning habits, and techniques for communication with other road users.
-Crafted props and other visual aids for demonstration purposes.
-Graded theory tests, and signed-off on student workbooks once all assignments were completed.
-Collected payments, and issued receipts to clients.
-Made photocopies of students’ licenses for office use, and provided students with photocopies of their registrations.
-Performing general upkeep of the classroom(s). Organizing paperwork and prepping the room for upcoming sessions, vacuuming and sweeping the floors, wiping down of work desks and taking out the garbage, etc.
-Aided in the setting-up of new classroom locations. This included painting, moving and assembly of furniture, and other classroom equipment. This also included the hooking-up of computers, projectors, speakers, etc.