BEING AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER: REAL-WORLD TIPS AND by kris olds

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And this can often mean taking classes to better ourselves. Best and Worst Parts The best part of the job is working with kids. They get so excited over certain things and it's so much fun to watch. It is very fulfilling to go home and know that I made a difference in someone's life. The worst part of the job is all the paperwork and testing that takes place. It can be overwhelming. Tips When starting out don't be afraid to take the lowest-paid job. Don't worry about pay and benefits, just work on building up your resume.

They get dismissed after recess, a staggered dismissal that takes about 20 minutes of messing around. I work after they leave to try to prepare for tomorrow's meeting. Best and Worst Parts The worst part of the job includes the politics, isolation, pay raises, lack of time, lack of support from government, endless paperwork, things that take me away from teaching, pay cuts at the 11th hour, large class sizes, lack of job security, lack of professional development and support, parents who think teaching is all your job and none of their responsibility.

Best and Worst Parts The best part of teaching is seeing how the students progress and make leaps and bounds throughout the year. There are some days I feel great about my day and there are days that I know I need to make changes in the lesson or in the way I present materials. I enjoy the students and the parents. I also feel like I'm always learning when teaching new lessons. Teaching is very rewarding. Things I wish I could change about teaching would be having a designated person at school who would photocopy or laminate for us.

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