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eeza's Message:

This isn't teaching per se, but being an SLP or a school psych will allow you to work with kids in a small setting.

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Next guest 02-05-2020 08:08 PM

is usually small group work. I have 9 students.

eeza 02-05-2020 03:46 PM

This isn't teaching per se, but being an SLP or a school psych will allow you to work with kids in a small setting.

BioEducator87 02-05-2020 01:55 PM

What career choices in education (besides tutoring) would I have if I enjoy more one-on-one/small group instruction rather than teaching a large class? I enjoy working with students one-on-one. If I have to teach a group, I'd rather it to be a small group, like no more than 5-10 students. Could I become an interventionist for my subject (science)? Special education? Start a tutoring business? Are there any instructional strategies that I can use in my classroom where I'm not burned out by trying to teach a group of students who are constantly talking, not paying attention, etc?




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