The most professional joy I have experienced in my career has been in the classroom. I love to teach and train. I have the heart of a teacher, and the experience to apply to my subject material. I find it easy to make the connection to students of all ages, and I love to see the
ah ha moment when the light bulb comes on and maybe, just maybe, I have changed a life forever.
Today I'd like to talk about something that seems a little difficult in our search for the next best employment opportunity: Gratitude.
Gratitude is perhaps one of the most difficult things to muster up during a rigorous and harrowing experience such as unemployment, homelessness, and similar events, but I would argue that it is perhaps the most important thing to muster up--more than hope, more than tenacity, more than even…
That limits are self-imposed. That mature friendships are life’s most invaluable gift. That research is education’s golden key. That we must never cease from exploration. To the best of our abilities, surround ourselves with brilliant minds. Give more than you will ever receive. Try to love those you find abhorrent, and know when to let go. Visit the library, museum, post office, hospital, pharmacy, and laundromat in every town you visit…
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I loved working with the students. I worked in the resource room with a student one on one. I loved working with this student because most of the time this student made me smile and when student completed a task and the student would say
I did it Gavey, this student for the most part just made my day.
The first day of school for all ages. Worry bout everything and everyone. Their safety
OK so I've been out of the job scene for about 8yrs, two of which I went to college, I'm a semester away from getting my associates degree in general studies. I have experienced a lot of trama with in the last 2years and I am a bit nervous to get back into the workforce as I don't live in the safest parts of the city of Potato'z
I was open range, therefore did not receive any raises for years, even when top people said 3% for employees that was a lie. Open range people were the bottom of the barrel when getting raises.
I loved the people and the shift. Came in every day in a great mood
To love the children and work with them no matter what. They are all special.
We are a family good people work there