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Maria Shouse
over 6 months ago

I am 45 years old. From 1997 to 1999 I spent time teaching English in China. My hobbies are reading, doing puzzles, walking, singing, and listening to Classical music.

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@Jenny Hong yes, there are programs online that you can take to become certified to teach Montessorie preschool. I would make sure you check to make sure that they are accredited and their certifications will be accepted by schools you want to apply to be a teacher at in the future. It's also a good idea to ask the Montessori schools what programs they might recommend for this certification as well. Good luck!

@Jenny Hong yes, there are programs online that you can take to become certified to teach Montessorie preschool. I would make sure you check to make sure that they are accredited and their certifications will be accepted by schools you want to apply to be a teacher at in the future. It's also a good idea to ask the Montessori schools what programs they might recommend for this certification as well. Good luck!

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Joyce Cavner
over 6 months ago

A #stressful #Abby'sChildEnrichmentCenter day

Working in the big kids classroom was very stressful. Having to keep them busy was hard, the kids now days at home are on their games a lot & don't understand why they can't be on them at school too. I had to be creative in order to keep them busy. Each age has different issues & you just have to learn to. E creative. I try & do a good job.

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whitney Raleigh
over 6 months ago

kennedy languages was not the best agency I worked with in Madrid, Spain. friendly helpful and highly organized with a web platform for account ability o For teaching. They gave me lots of companies of exceptional quality with enthusiastic students.

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Celiwe Lukhele-Dlamini
over 6 months ago

I am looking for a teaching position,Or even assistant teacher Jobs,may be upper or lower elementary . I have been teaching at Primary School for the past ten years and have a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education. I would really appreciate your help,l am ready to relocate.Thank you.

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Joanna Thompson
over 6 months ago

Seeing all the little kids all grumpy in the morning. Then when they are done eating they are all chipper

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Ally G
over 6 months ago

Decide. Decide what you want to study. Do you enjoy upper or lower level math? Do you enjoy teaching Shakespeare or teaching the alphabet? Decide what interests you most and start by studying something related to that. Volunteer. The best way to decide if this is the right path for you is to try it! Volunteer at local schools with kids of various ages to narrow down what you enjoy, or if you enjoy it at all. Try this as soon as possible! Enroll. If you don’t have the time to attend a college, enroll online! (some great ones are edx.org, which is free, or Coursera, which is pay per class to become certified). The first step is to get your bachelors degree whether that be in science, english, math, etc. Certification. The final step is taking the certification test for the age group and subject that you wish to teach. Make sure you know what state you will be in because you can only be certified for specific states at a time! Each state is different so make sure to keep this in mind!

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RICHARD BAKER
over 6 months ago

I'm looking for a part-time job after being on disability for many years. I am willing to work at almost any job from custodial, warehouse, to tutoring or teaching. I am a Biologist and have worked as a Biologist for different companies as well as teaching/tutoring. I am willing to learn, work independently, or as a team member

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