Joel Muszynski is a high school teacher at Great Lakes Cyber Academy (GLCA). He has been teaching at GLCA since 2013. Mr. Muszynski graduated from Spring Arbor University with a bachelor’s degree in English education, as well as an associate degree in piano pedagogy.
“Here at GLCA, I primarily serve as a Title I English teacher, although I teach French classes for grades nine through twelve, as well. Before joining the staff at GLCA, I tutored, substitute-taught, and given piano lessons intermittently for several years.
I became a teacher because I love to teach, plain and simple. I also love to learn, and I want to bring to my students some of the joy that I myself experienced as a student. Teaching at GLCA is fantastic because it gives me the freedom to help every student individually. I do not need to worry about being too fast or too slow for certain students; rather, I can make each lesson tie directly to my students’ needs and preferences.
If you are considering enrolling at GLCA, know that your experience will directly correlate with how much effort you put in. It is easy to slack off in a cyber school. Students who don’t work hard won’t succeed. On the other hand, students who work closely with their Learning Coaches, manage their workload efficiently, and seek help from their teachers will love the experience and will ultimately be very well prepared for college and beyond.”
Teaching at GLCA is fantastic because it gives me the freedom to help every student individually.