Q. What do you do? What are the duties/functions/responsibilities of your job? A. Teach the students. There to help the way students think. Q. What kinds of problems do you deal with? A. No real problems. If they do occur they come out of nowhere. Q. What percentage of your time in spent doing what? A. A lot of the time is spent with the students. Small percentage of planning out the classes. Q. How does the time use vary? Are there busy and slow times or is the work activity fairly constant? A. The work is usually fairly constant. As an adult, didn’t decide that he wanted to teach until his 30’s thought that it would be a good thing for him and his family. He was informed that there was a job opening in the school. Went to two interviews. The second one was a classroom session. He was recommended. The school board decided to higher him. Politics, transfer of skills. He has a fair amount of knowledge. Work at a job with dealing with people. Have the knowledge. Have responsibilities. Satisfactions › Working with the students. › Senses clearly that the students get what they are learning. › Likes the freedom to teach what he thinks is appropriate to teach. › To see a student improve makes him feel like he made a difference. Dissatisfactions › Not a fan of the administrative work. › Does not like some of the very strict standards. Mostly in Politics, or a consulting form. Which have been most helpful? › Politics What other jobs can you get with the same background? › For any company that involves management. › In the Public sector for the Government. › Or in the Writing Category. Go into the Administrative field. Because they were the first opportunity. He stayed because likes where its at, likes the students and the people. The close knit opportunity Likes to be able to develop stronger relationships with the students. Exciting, because it is different every day. It is much smaller Given more freedom. Not applicable Not worried so much about the school’s future. Yes, he is worried about his future with teaching. Getting an education. Going to college and getting a masters degree. Hard work Passion Vision To continue to grow and improve in teaching. Keep what you are doing fresh. Communication Management Problem Solving Organized Communication Being able to manage a classroom effectively in a calm and respectful way. Have to be able to know what you are doing. Likes the environment that he works in. Works with 3 different groups./Develops 3 different relationships in his job. › 1. Students › 2. Teachers › 3. Administration Don’t know Possibly 2 directions › Loosing teachers within less than 5 years or so › Other teachers spend a while doing what they do because they like what they do. The salary runs a wide range. › Low$15,000 a year -$100,000 a year or more. › Depends on whether you work at a public school or a private school. › Yes, there is a salary ceiling it depends on the district.
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