Saturday, November 20, 2010

Staying in Vic for the long run....

So, I have officially decided to stick it out in Vic after I have received my Bachelor of Education Degree.
If I am unable to find a job as a TOC or at a school here, I am going to work as much as possible at LD and take on more Tutoring gigs. If I am really lucky, I will get hired at a tutoring agency. Then I will work until I can get on the TOC list and keep applying for jobs to see if I actually get one.

Another thing is, is that there are a bunch more classes I want to take at UVic and I would love to spend my summers taking one or two classes just to keep educated, as well as, get a little more back ground in different teachable subjects. I want to invest more time in my Spanish skills as well as try to do some Math. Of course, there are a bunch more Psychology courses I am interested in taking, and then eventually, I am going back to school to get my Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology.

I am not just a teacher, but I am a student. I can't wait to learn so much more things and be able to share my knowledge with my students!

1 comment:

  1. Healthy perspective- a teaching career can sometimes be all consuming so it's good to define oneself beyond these constraints. There are so many ways to apply your education degree too. It doesn't have to be limited to a traditional classroom in the system. I'm sure you'll find just the right fit.