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NYC Department of Education Reviews
I love working with students and my their families. Helping students achieve minor and major goals that will impact their educational development is the best part of job. I would like to promote the hard work teachers, Paraprofessional, school aides, SBST, and administrators do to support the students and family success. Our school community provides more than education for students but a home away from home. A place where their friends are, where they can grow and learn together as a team. School is where children begin to know their own strength and weaknesses. Our roles as educators is to build up their weakest skills and use their strengths to assist them through school.
The chance to help students from all backgrounds in their formative years is a responsibility that I do not take lightly. Unfortunately, for students with disabilities there is often a lack of space and resources. Occupational and Physical Therapist are compensated far less than any other professional in the DOE.
I appreciate my job and what it offers. My schools allows me to think freely and be creative. I've grown as an individual as well as a professional. A typical day at work looks like the following: set up do now for students, check homework assignments, get ready for to go over do now, one to one work, create charts, work with students, lunch, a prep, more class work, then its time for dismissal. What I enjoy most about the job is watching students learn and the excitement on their faces when they have accomplished a task or learned something new. The culture in my schools is one to be admired, we are a family. There is much team work and effective learning.