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Curriculum and Technology
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

The field of curriculum and technology focuses on technological trends and how they are instructed in the classroom. With so many advances in technology over the past ten years, there has been an increased demand for technology instruction in K-12 education. State, federal, and corporate funding has been dedicated to installing computers and internet access in most K-12 schools, and teaching students how to use them. Read More...

Education Administrator - Training & Careers
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

The requirements for these positions vary by region and level. Most States will require you to become certified if you plan to teach in Elementary or High School. Most universities require at least a masters in your specific field. Read More...

How To Become a Teacher
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Through your training, you'll learn how to design curricula, lesson plans, and general coursework. In addition, you'll learn how to deal with various problems that might arise such as slow learners or discipline issues. In addition, you'll learn to provide feedback and helpful analysis to help your students grow and mature. Read More...

Educational Administration Programs - Administrator Training

Educational Administration: Search this directory for information about Educational Administration, and find the perfect campus or online degree program. Please request free information from as many schools as necessary to make the right decision for you - it is risk free and there is no obligation.

Educational   Administration Educational administration involves a broad range of roles and responsibilities. Administrators oversee schools, ensuring that teaching and learning are effectively taking place. In many cases they also serve in a disciplinary role.

In addition, they interface with students, parents, and teachers, both as individuals and in organized groups, support a school’s extracurricular activities, oversee the physical management of the building, and more.

Some of the exact duties of an administrator vary depending on the level of school and the administrator’s exact position (principal versus vice principal, etc.) In addition to educational administration at the school level, the field also includes district and state administration, ranging from people who work as superintendents to people who oversee technology education or history education at a state level. Degree programs in education with a focus in educational administration can prepare you to take on a role as an education administrator at any one of these levels.

Who hires people with training in educational administration?

Schools in every community in the country hire education administrators. Individuals with education degrees with a focus in administration or education leadership are strong candidates for positions ranging from elementary school principals to state curriculum administrators.

Because administrators have such a significant responsibility in shaping a school, hiring decisions are often shared among constituents and include student, teacher, and parent committees in addition to higher-level school district decision makers.

What is the potential job outlook for people with training in educational administration?

Strong educational administration, more than ever, is being seen as a key to successful schools. As a result not only are new programs to train education administrators popping up around the program, but the demand for individuals with the skills and expertise to excel in educational administration positions is also increasing.

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