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How might skills you've learned in peer- teaching affect your potential career plan

        The skills I have learned in peer-teaching has affected my potential career plans in a good way. It has helped me, in a way, to work with other students or people that I don't really talk to on a daily basis. It has opened me up more and taught me not be shy because I can't be shy when talking to students. This is a skill that I have learned in peer-teaching, that it will help me when I get a potential career as a primary care paramedic because I have to be able to talk to my patients that I will be working on as a paramedic, and I also have to be able to talk to my partner, so peer- teaching has helped me in good ways and taught me good skills that I need.


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Peer teaching has been a beneficial experience for me. It has opened me up to talk to other people that I don't normally talk to, and it has also made me less of a procrastinator. Just because I see it pretty much every day, it makes me make up the motivation to not procrastinate, and it also makes me have the motivation to help other students not procrastinate. 
Peer teaching has been awesome experience for me and honestly I would recommend peer teaching to anyone.