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What it is like to teach at Junior Jam

What it is like to teach at Junior Jam

Last Updated: 23 Oct, 2019

Junior Jam has been an amazing opportunity for me to further my career and develop both personally and professionally. I've appreciated each day I've been at the company and to be quite frank I cannot explain in words how extremely grateful I am to be apart of it and its members. As a language student at university, Junior Jam has served as a platform to practise and hone in on my skills all while being able to interact and meet some fantastic students across the country. When I initially looked for a teacher role, I was doubtful, and hesitant, but Im so glad I did. From the management team who really make you feel welcome to the other teachers that I've met, I felt welcome and a part of something great. This year I've had the pleasure of teaching at a middle school in contrast to last year which was primary and the students are just as brilliant. It's been fantastic to see how different levels and ages approach the exercises and to be honest its been extremely insightful. I would recommend such a role to anyone out there looking to teach in the future, or just to do it for the experience. Thanks a lot guys. 

-Dylan

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