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My work place is educative because lot of workshop by training and equipped me on my weak areas. The team is a very instrumental and effective in their work
Reasonable food affordability
Expecting good health care
School teacher for 19 years,good experience in public working, good experience in deal with children,many skills like management, speaking, organizations and teaching
Long yearly vocation, health insurance
Routine, interested in documents more than reality Education
My job includes preparing lesson plans according to the level of students and presentation using written materials. I always enjoy teaching and share my knowledge with my students. As the languages I teach are less known languages, the hardest parts are finding enough language based materials suitable for different levels of language I used teach.
A typical day involves devotion with students . There is then class sessions depending on the timetable, then lunch /break .Then it is time to with meet the students again for another class. I have learnt over the years that students will take an interest in learning once the teacher makes it interesting. Our workplace culture promotes respect for both staff and students. For me, the hardest part of the job is to teach the lessons and also do administrative duties. The most enjoyable part of the job is see the growth of the students as they progress in their studies/subjects.
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When I first arrived to Foussana Kasserine, and after a memorable experience in THE SULTANATE OF OMAN I was shocked due to the cold weather first. Then the working conditions: as no teaching materials were available... The sts' level also was so poor and down. In fact everything was topsy turvy or UPSIDE DOWN....
disciplined and respectful pupils and parents.
Unorganised administration. No teaching materials available ...
The working day starts at 7 : 30 am up to 17:00 with a lunch break of of an hour from 12:30 to 13:30. I have learnt harding working and spirit sacrifice because ministry do not pay overtime but students need extra time for them to do well. good management skills because no performers are easily seen by the results at the end of academic year. Team work is always needed to accomplish set goals. Good however is remote area housing is a challenge making causing you to reach home tired due long distance handling large classes and teaching 42 periods a week instead of maximum 18 per week due to shortage of staff. when you are meeting graduates that you taught them.
no salary deduction when sick. study leave for upgrading
over working, lack of instructional materials
Enjoyed teaching the students and interacting with the staff. It was a very stressful environment to manage huge classes but it was doable. I enjoyed planning activities for students and supervising extra curricular activities.
my typical day start at 7:45 in the morning. I get to work early while i wait on the students to arrive. i love being around children. they make s me laugh. i enjoy being there for them all day. i enjoy teaching subjects such as Mathematics and science despite we do have a pack curriculum. we have fun days and other days when we work in groups. i love teaching. it makes me who i am
no free lunch
short breaks, lunch breaks
Enjoyable situation which I have to leave because of my daughter presence in China..collezgues are sosociable and competent that I didn't feel any thing weird. The principal understood every teacher'situation as well as the commitments to seriousness in implementing rules and regulations.
Lack of teaching hours for every class
The most important thing I have learned through out my career is that a teacher should be a good learner. Any successful educational process should be mutual and interactive.
relief when you get children involved into a good learning experience
heavy burden to be responsible for other's future