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Careers In Education

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Bre Bates

on 3 October 2012

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Careers In Education By Bre Bates Children from birth to age 8
Less structured learning environment
Teach with interactive strategies such as story telling, using songs, and small group lessons.
Associates/Bachelor's degree & certification required Teach grades 1-6
Usually teach one subject
Use games, music, films, books, and computers to teach basic skills
Help students develop basic skills
Must have atleast a bachelor's degree and a state license Elementary Teacher High School Teacher Usually specialize in a specific subject or teach all major subjects to one group of students
Provide a developmentally appropriate learning environment
Working with kids going through physical, intellectual, emotional changes
Bachelor's degree required and state license... internship may be needed Middle School Teacher Pre-K Teachers Can teach four or five courses within the same content area
Grades 9-12
Supervise extracurricular activities
Participate in faculty meetings and development workshops
Minimum of a bachelor's degree and state licensure Train students to work in a certain field
Developing/overseeing internships
Hands-on teaching approach
Minimum of bachelor's degree, state license, and sometimes a completion of a teacher prep program Vocational Ed Teachers Private School Teacher Often have smaller classrooms with students that are more motivated
Have more control on curriculum and standards
Bachelor's degree and license Charter School Teachers Alternative School Teacher Magnet School Teacher Can or can not have specialized training
Teach students whose first language isn't English English Language Learners Teachers Independent public school teachers
Charter schools are often founded by teachers
Have more freedom from regulations of public school teachers
53% minority students, 54% low income Work with at-risk students (failure, dropping out, pregnancy, etc..)
Small classes & freedom to be creative in teaching for students' needs Focus on a specific subject area
Students drawn from a larger attendance area
May experience greater levels of autonomy, influence on school policies, and professional development Teach students painting, sketching, designing, sculpting, etc..
May specialize in more than one area of art
May organize art contests Art Teacher Instruct students in vocal or instrumental music and foster music appreciation
Elementary/Secondary school level teachers may also direct the school chorus, choir, orchestra, or marching band
May give private lessons
Instruct technical aspects of music, conduct rehearsals, and evaluate student performance Music Teacher Special Ed Teachers Work with youth that have a variety of disabilities
Can specialize for specific disabilities
Trained to you advanced educational technologies
Help general educators adapt curriculum Physical Ed Teachers teach elementary-high school level students
introduce physical activities
high school teachers can teach a health class
Referee Librarian Master's degree required at entry-level
Can work with students in all grade levels
Gather information from different sources
Maintain library collections
Keep library up and running Speech Pathologist Master's degree at entry level
Diagnose and treat communication and swallowing disorders in patients. Early Intervention Specialist Early intervention specialists conduct evaluations of children with developmental delays
work with children with behavior problems, communication issues, cognitive delays or physical disabilities
at least a bachelor's degree in education, psychology, social work, health or sociology College Professor instruct students in a wide variety of academic and vocational subjects beyond the high school level. They also conduct research and publish scholarly papers and books
Doctoral or professional degree, and teaching experience Guidance Counselor Master's Degree required (usually)
help students develop social skills and succeed in school
assist people with the process of making career decisions by helping them choose a career or educational program. School Psychologist At least a master's and a license
study mental processes and human behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people and other animals relate to one another and the environment.
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