Re: Working at an Enhanced Option School in Nashville?!?!
Please list school districts hiring for ESL in Tennessee. Thanks, James
On 5/25/08, ME wrote:
> Please send me your e-mailed I am interested in teaching ESL
> and I know there are many vacancies.
> Thank you,
> On 5/24/08, Metro teacher wrote:
>> Hi Kell,
>> I actually taught in an enhanced option school. They are
>> almost all inner city where you will be working with at-risk
>> children. I would not recommend beginning your career in
>> Metro at an enhanced option school. There are plenty of
>> Title I schools that are in safer areas where you can still
>> help at-risk kids. Teaching ELL in Metro is also a
>> experience (you don't have to be certified in ELL to teach
>> long as you get the certification within 2 years.) I have
>> taught in Metro for 4 years now and by FAR teaching English
>> language learners has been the best experience of my
>> career. Feel free to e-mail if you need more help/have more
>> questions. Also I would advise you to call HR over and over
>> again and ask for Julie Fulcher; she has helped me to get
>> just about every job I've had in Metro. Best of luck!
>> On 4/08/08, kellmarie wrote:
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> I'm hoping and planning to move to Tennessee this summer
>>> and I'm currently searching for teaching jobs. I've sent
>>> my resume everywhere surrounding Nashville - I want to be
>>> near the city, but not necessarily in it. Well I've
>>> gotten a number of calls for interviews, and I've heard
>>> mixed reviews on the schools that are part of MNPS. I got
>>> a call for an interview with an enhanced option school in
>>> Nashville...are these okay schools, bad schools, good
>>> schools? Basically since I'm not currently there I'm
>>> wondering if someone can tell me what they're like so I
>>> know if I want to spend my time interviewing there.
>>> Thanks in advance for your help!