I have worked in a School District as a paraprofessional. I enjoyed teaching them math, reading, science, and writing. I like kids and part of my duties was playing on a floor, coloring, singing,
dancing, playing with dolls, playing with cars, doing puzzles, teaching some Spanish words for fun, etc. I have almost 5 years working with kids with autism, bipolar, and ADHD. I am a very compassionate person and I have patience to work with special needs students because I have a special needs child. I am patient and willing to do my best to help a student. I believe in changing one's teaching methods with each student in order to accommodate their learning ways. I don't think learning should be boring so ill also do my best to make the subject fun.
I have worked as a volunteer teaching people of all ages how to read and write in Spanish for more than 25 years. One of my students had down syndrome and I taught him to read and to write. It was a volunteer job at that time. He was my student for 3 years. Another student that I remember with joy too is a 60 year old lady who she was raised in a small village and she couldn't attend school because she had to stay at home to help her parents work in the field and help with domestic tasks. I offered to teach her how to read and write and she learned. Sometimes I would take her to the store and show her how to read food labels as part of my classes with her. I like to use visual learning and I get
great results. I have worked in a School District as a paraprofessional. I enjoyed teaching them math, reading, science, and writing. I
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