Catapult Learning – Elizabeth, NJ
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“The manager is overworked, and the company tries to be too much of a chameleon without that reptile's natural abilities. ”
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I have been working at Catapult LearningPros
classroom teachers from schools that Catapult contracts with were gracious and helpful
high expectation re: students' behavior
it's a jobCons
supervisor would consistently say opposite things: one thing to my face and the 180 degree opposite when speaking with the school principal, like a compulsive "yes man"
not given a key to the Catapult classroom so that I could leave my and Catapult's valuables alone while using the restroom or making copies
no parking anywhere within blocks; walking with heavy supplies and wheelie-cart, then having to manipulate all of the above up and down flights of stairs all day
severe lack of necessary and important supplies such as official forms that have to be present in students' and teachers' files; I usually provide my own office supplies, but the lack of official forms, and then working at two different schools made following the rules impossible
lack of actual file cabinet required by Catapult to house all the files, portfolios, and forms in the order they prescribeAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Try to simplify and to realize that you can't be everything to everybody, while still following your own guidelines.
Try not to have opposing or contradictory situations that make it impossible to do the task at hand.
You can deal with the elephant in the middle of the room professionally and diplomatically without pretending like he or she isn't really there.Doesn't Recommend