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The atmosphere at my workplace was a peaceful one with persons working tirelessly to try to get students to learn.
I was entrusted with the task of trying to teach students topics from the curriculum and trying to teach them to be fair to each other on a daily basis. I learned to be patient because not every child learns the same way and not everyone comes with the proper foundations to build on. One of the hardest part of the job is having a plethora of topics that MUST be taught by a certain deadline because the students MUST sit national standardized tests. It is always a pleasure when students start to understand or gain full understanding of topics that I taught to them.
Having the opportunity to help shape a youngster's life.
Overcrowded classrooms and heavy curriculum.
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