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What are your 2 greatest strengths?
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I think my two greatest strengths are my ability to develop meaningful relationships with students and my attention to detail.
I give it 100% every time. I can walk into my job and no one will know if I have had a bad day etc... I always have a smile on my face.
I am passionate about teaching--I teach from the heart. I am very organized.
My two greatest strengths are being organized and being a fast learner.
As an instructor, I believe that my two greatest strengths are collaborating with others and creatively finding ways to meet the needs of various student populations.
My first strength is to actually put myself in the place of others and feel their pain, it makes me be a better person to them when they need me. The second strength is my ability to put people at ease and make them feel welcomed and wanted.
My two greatest strengths are my patience and my passion to teaching.
Organization- I like to have lesson plans prepared well ahead of time and then adjust accordingly. I like a clean and organized classroom as well. The ability to adapt to change- Although I plan ahead and like organization, I realize that working in special education means each day is new and can be much different from the day before. I like to have extra plans in case the originals do not fit into the day and I adapt well to changes in the day.
My two greatest strengths are my dedication/commitment to doing the best job I can and my genuine passion/compassion to make a difference in the life of others.
I lifted a car once and another time picked up a grand piano
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