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Tutor Time Child Care Learning Center
Teacher Assistant was asked...November 10, 2015

Why do you want to work with children?

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Because teaching the next generation has been something I wanted to do for a long time. Less

I think I can make a difference in a child's life

Teaching is one of my passions I think I would be good at it.

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Children Of America

What kind of activities would you do with the kids.

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Teach them with fun time

Education song to teach them the basics

Colors, cut the sheets,

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JET Program

Which American holiday would you choose to demonstrate a lesson for Japanese students?

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New Years, as it has parallels in their own culture. It could be a good topic for a compare and contrast essay or other writing assignment. Less

Easter

Martin Luther King day

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Kids ‘R’ Kids

Have you ever worked with kids?

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Sure coming from a larger family.

Yes

Yes

Coder Camps

Are you capable of handling this job?

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Yes

Yes I have been working as an art teacher and enjoy it.

I am always working on ways to make it better.

Children's Learning Adventure

How do I view childcare and the learning environment?

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I view it as an opportunity to teach each child in an individual manner in order to focus on their strengths while being in a group situation. An open and inviting classroom is prime for teachable moments! Less

Children are never to young to begin the learning experience.

The environment should be a warn and friendly one

La Petite Academy

How would you handle a child that was hitting another child?

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I would take the xh

I would gently tell the child it hurts our friends qhwn we hit them and please tell your.friends you are sorry. Less

I will talk to the child first then report him/her to the responsible authorities if need be. Less

YMCA

The interview questions were all "describe a time when this happened to you, or describe a time when you have done this". There were about 10 questions. 1.)Tell us about yourself. 2) Describe a time when you were put in charge of something, like a project. 3) Describe a time when you had to talk to a parent about something bad. 4) Describe a time when you were talked to by a manager about a poor performance, and what came of that conversation 5) Describe a time when you had to discipline a co-worker. 6) Describe a time when you had to discipline a child and how did you handle it. Sorry I don't really remember the rest, but if I do I will add them.

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I had previously worked in customer service for 6 years and was manager for the last 3 of those, so I just used my experiences from that job. My advice would be: Be calm, friendly, and just be yourself. They really just want to see that you are friendly, kind and that you will be a good fit with the children and the other employees. Less

Hi! How long did it take for your location to tell you, that you got the position? Less

It took about one week, but that was because my interview feel the week of Christmas. Less

AHRC New York City

Why do you want to work here?

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ive worked with children my whole life and it something I truly love to do

I love interacting with my students especially during free choicetime. I can get to know them as well as they getting to know me as well as developing conversation through communication. Less

I have worked with children for quite sometime now and have a son of my own. Being a teacher and a mother gives me an advantage to understand my students better and helps in developing a conversation through effective conversation. Less

Tutor Time Child Care Learning Center

What is your favorite part about working with children?

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teaching them how to read write and have fun with

teaching children how to read write their name add abstract multiply and divide and to have fun with them on the playground Less

teaching children how to be independent and to learn there alphabet and to spell and write there name learn their colors and continents to play and have fun Less

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