-Weeks were full of minimal annual enrollment students but instead many part-time/monthly enrolled classes for adults.
-Weekends were particularly busy, 22 of my weekly 32-36 working hours spent here:primarily with young children all the way up to university students
-Management was a constant pro-and-antagonist towards our ability to teach effectively.
-At the best of times the (predominantly Chinese) head managers and lay-foreign expert Directors would create a democratic process to working out problems
-at the worst of times it would turn into a 'lost in translation' bureaucratic mess where sales, corporate, or organizational duties were mismanaged
-great co-oworkers and a supportive staff roof as any
-The most difficult thing about the job would have to have been the sheer density of some days, (specifically weekends) in which there was virtually no between-class time and especially no planning time. Lunch in the middle of a 8-8 Friday, Saturday, Sunday
-It taught me virtues and interpersonal skills across a wide and wholesome spectrum of the personal and social. To put it simply. It was thrilling and life-inspiring.
-Teaching every age group of: child, preteen, teenager, adolescent, and adult enabled a (previously dormant) maxim of personal flexibility in dealing with learners
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