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J'ai postulé en ligne. J'ai passé un entretien à VIPKid (Detroit, MI (États-Unis)) en août 2017.
An ad for VIP popped up for me so I applied. I have a masters in education and I'm certified to teach ESL. I figured this would be a great part-time job for me
I started with the interview and demo. The interviewer said I did great and gave me a score of 85/100. I was told I'd be making $20/hour, which is on the higher end of their pay scale!! I figured I did pretty well
I then went on to mock 1. I watched tons of YouTube videos, attended the live workshop, watched 3 prerecorded workshops, studied the material they sent me, purchased flash cards, puppets, reward charts, marbles, dry erase board, etc!!!!! My mentor for mock 1 was great. She gave me a lot of valuable feedback and told me it was clearly evident that I had prepared well for my lesson.
I was then asked to continue to mock two with the letter p lesson. Again, I practiced and prepared. This time I felt extremely ready to show off what I had practiced. My mentor the second time was so annoying!!! She gave me contradictory feedback on what to do, acted like an idiot the entire lesson (which greatly hindered my performance!!!!). Nonetheless, she told me I did great!!! She said I did a good job, I was really fun and kept her engaged (which was a feat because she was acting like a three year old - not five.)
Three days later and no email. Just logged into my teacher portal and I wasn't given the job. What a waste of time, energy, and MONEY!!!!!
Read a lot of reviews on here and seems like most people with degrees in ESL aren't hired. Makes a lot of sense, VIP 🙄🙄🙄
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