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Transcript of Elementary Teacher
Step 1 - Graduate from high school
Step 2 - Successfully complete a
four-year bachelor’s degree teacher
Step 3 - Complete an accredited
teacher certification program
Step 4 - Complete student
Step 5 - Pass licensing and
Step 6 - Receive teaching
Where will I be in 5 years?
Where will I be in 10 years?
The median annual wage for elementary school teachers was $53,400 in May 2012.
Kindergarten and elementary school teachers generally work during school hours when students are present and sometimes part hours.
Teachers Have Reasonable Hours
Teachers Have Serious Vacation Time
Make a Real Difference
Change the Future of Education
Special incentives for teachers include bonuses, mortgage assistance and tax breaks.
What the Job Entails
Employment of kindergarten and elementary school teachers is projected to grow 12 percent from 2012 to 2022, about as fast as the average for all occupations.
Growth is expected due to projected increases of the
rate & in enrollment as well as declines in student–teacher ratios
Important Qualities Needed :
. Teachers must collaborate with teacher assistants and special education teachers. In addition, they
need to discuss students’ needs with parents and administrators.
. Kindergarten and elementary school teachers
must plan lessons that engage young students, adapting
the lessons to different learning styles.
Working with students of different abilities and
backgrounds can be difficult. Kindergarten and
elementary school teachers must respond with patience
when students struggle with material.
Kindergarten and elementary schoo
l teachers need to be able to explain difficult concepts
in terms that young students can understand.
In addition, they must be able to get students
engaged in learning and adapt their lessons meet
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I will be attending San Diego State University
I will be helping at Imagine School as a tutor
I will be working at a Day Care to improve my communication, creativity and patience skills
These achievements will help me become a good Elementary Teacher
I will be happily working as an Elementary Teacher at Imagine School
I will be Improving my teaching skills
I will be practicing my communication skills with parents and administrators.
Supply and Demand
on Elementary Teacher's employment rate is high.
Plan lessons that teach students subjects, such as reading and math skills, such as studying and communicating with others
Asses students to evaluate their abilities, strengths, and weakness
Teach lessons they have planned to an entire class of students or to smaller groups
Grade students assignments to monitor their progress
Communicate with parents about their child's progress
Prepare students for standardized tests required by the state
Develop and enforce classroom rules to teach children proper behavior
Supervise children outside of the classroom-for example, during lunchtime or recess