Have you ever worked in education?
Middle school teacher: 11 years.
No, but I homeschooled my little brother.
No, but I've volunteered countless hours at my kidd school. Grading papers, helping decorate cork boards, working one on one with kids struggling to read, count money, tell time, etc.
Sort of, I do stats labs as part of being a funded grad student.
Planning on rolling the dice to get a job in higher education.
I currently do, indirectly.
Yes. Retired hs teacher.
No, but I have taught formal classes and given on the job instruction to a lot of trainees/students. I think it is a lot different than education in schools though, because no one questioned our standards or whined about taking tests.
I was an instructor for new recruits for a few years. It was more yelling and physical torment than instruction, but there was instruction. Does that count?
About to start my 12th year and it's really not what it used to be for me
Well, I do teach computers at the library as a volunteer.
Substitute teacher, 2 years, then I started farming.... Teachers are my heroes....
Not as an educator. But as a medical school employee, technically I was in that field.
Why yes, yes I have!
Camp counselor count?
I gave a degree in education and spent a year teaching tech and engineering to HS kids. Long enough to know that I didn't want to do it. Now I sell technology. Similar skills, much more $ and no babysitting punks.
I'm starting my third year teaching elementary special education :)
Technically. I've been an assistant teacher at a day care center for a couple months.
Yep! Still do.