I over spent money trying to make the school very high standards. But the people in the Environment didn't appreciate it.
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…
I loved working at school because l love kids.
I'm aprofessional teacher ,my work place was Harvard east Africa school and I was amanng the best teacher s each year in national exams
I became a part of the lives of most of the students. I became so attached to them. Even when I had better jobs, I couldn't just get up and leave. These students felt free enough to walk up to me each time they had a problem. And I felt so honored each time I inspired each of these students. It felt like home to me. And we all know there is no place like home.
To try as much as possible to be tolerant. A school is like a hospital. You get to meet students with different behaviors and upbringings. So without tolerance, working in school will be hell.
I like to teach children. I love them.
I'm supposed to go into swift driving school on the 11th. I wanted to attend in Texas but said I had to go into salt lake city. So ty