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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...

Secondary Education Degrees - Advanced Secondary Education

Secondary   Education Degrees Secondary education degrees prepare individuals to work in high schools and middle schools or junior high schools. Secondary education degree programs can provide training for teachers, or for administrators, school counselors, or other education specialists. For secondary education degrees with a focus on teaching, individuals will often focus their training on a subject area, like math, English, or chemistry. Secondary education degrees are most often earned at the bachelor’s degree level, although advanced degrees in the field are also available. Most programs will enable individuals to earn a teaching certificate, which most schools require teachers to hold.

How can a secondary education degree advance my career?

If you are entering the field for the first time, a secondary education degree can provide them with the training and the teaching credential you need to get your first teaching job. If you are already working as a teacher, an advanced secondary education degree can allow you to move from elementary or adult education to secondary education or to change the subject area which you teach. Advanced secondary education degrees can also help you move into school administration, education policy, or related fields like education consulting. In addition, in most schools even if you are a teacher and you continue teaching the same classes, holding an advanced degree will increase your salary.

What is the job outlook for people with a secondary education degree?

Americans are placing more and more emphasis on high-quality secondary education, so the demand for educators with the training and skills necessary to provide that education is high. In addition, positions for people with secondary education degrees are available anywhere in the country, making it a great degree no matter where you live.

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