BEING AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER: REAL-WORLD TIPS AND by kris olds

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30 Fifth Grade Teacher in a Year-Round School Notable Quote: ―Teaching is a secure field of employment and generally has good benefits. But if you're heading into teaching for either of these reasons, I encourage you to find another career. “ Education BA, English/Education, Berea College MA, Middle Grades Education, Western Carolina University Teaching Environment I teach fifth grade at the only year-round school in the McDowell County, North Carolina school system. Previous Experience I went to a college where we had a work-study program.

Additional Information When working with kids you have to enjoy them. If not, you'll be miserable and so will they! You definitely need a sense of humor. Also get your advanced degrees as quickly as you can so you get paid better for more of your career. 30 Fifth Grade Teacher in a Year-Round School Notable Quote: ―Teaching is a secure field of employment and generally has good benefits. But if you're heading into teaching for either of these reasons, I encourage you to find another career. “ Education BA, English/Education, Berea College MA, Middle Grades Education, Western Carolina University Teaching Environment I teach fifth grade at the only year-round school in the McDowell County, North Carolina school system.

I was lucky to have a good education that prepared me well for this field, which is what I always knew I 42 wanted to do. Many people think that because the school day ends at 3 teachers just leave, but, the truth is, we stay late and often put in more than an 8 hour day. Almost always we take work home with us. Yes, we do have summers off but we are constantly thinking about the school year to come and working on our skills. And this can often mean taking classes to better ourselves. Best and Worst Parts The best part of the job is working with kids.

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