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Typical day at work is to open the exam centre early before the examiner and candidates arrive to ensure everything is ready for a full day of examinations.
Spend the day greeting and meeting new people
The days working during exams can be very long
In this job, I have had the opportunity to partner with different school districts both on reserve and off to development arts based programming that connects curriculum and Indigenous ways of knowing/being
I volunteered during the examinations. The staff was very nice and the only job was to set up the exam room, watch the test takers to make sure there was no cheating, and then dismantle the room. There are some rude parents that want to sit next to their kid while they're taking the exam, but it's not your job to deal with them.
No talking (during examinations)
I currently teach young children introductory piano. A typical day includes scales, repertoires, classical and/or jazz pieces, modern pieces, and various exercises. I seek to stimulate an inviting and fun atmosphere and am open to new possibilities with respect to teaching plans and styles.
Because I am a private piano teacher, I make my own schedule. This works extremely well during the school year! I've learned to deal with many clients at a time, my clients being the parents of my students. Though scheduling many students can be tough, I have gained a lot of experience and it is no longer an issue. I love being able to work with children because they are so fun to teach and most of the time very enthusiastic to learn.
It pays very well, the kids love you
Hard to find a committed student base
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