[nobe-l] Introduction and Advice for Student Teaching
christgirl813 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 22:19:13 UTC 2016
Well, I suppose I'll just have to decide what to teach now since I am
finding a lot of blind people who teach sighted people. Or whether to
become a counselor instead.
On 4/3/16, Jasmine via NOBE-L <nobe-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I went to junior college as well. It was better for me that way. I then
> transferred into another school, a university, and am going to graduate in
> December. I found that this worked better for me, and I have been in school
> for eight years. I started at age 19, and am now 27
>> On Mar 22, 2016, at 9:15 PM, Kayla James via NOBE-L <nobe-l at nfbnet.org>
>> Thank you for telling me all that, Tara. It does help. I suppose now
>> another dilemma to figure out is whether to go for four years in
>> education or two years in child development/early childhood education.
>> I'm wondering because I am 23 and still a college freshman. I still
>> live at home.
>> If I go four years, that would mean transferring to another school and
>> getting a bachelor's. If I go, I'll be a teacher in any grade I want,
>> higher pay, more paperwork and around age 27, probably.
>> If I get my associate's here at my junior college, I'll be at work
>> faster, an assistant teacher, daycare worker, or nanny (I can't help
>> it, you guys. I'm still holding out on that dream), but with less pay.
>> So that is my pros and cons delemma list.
>> If anyone has done either, please send advice on or off list.
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