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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...

Teaching Degrees - Training for Teaching Careers

Teaching Degrees Teaching degrees prepare individuals to become teachers by offering them the skills and training necessary to earn a teaching certificate (teaching certificates are granted by each state and are required by public schools and many private schools).

Teaching degree programs typically allow students to focus in one particular area, such as early elementary education or secondary education. Most often teaching degrees are earned at the bachelor’s degree level.

For individuals who already have bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees in education with a focus on teaching are another option for earning a teaching certificate.

In addition to traditional coursework, teaching degree programs provide students teaching opportunities, allowing them to teach real students in real classrooms for credit.

Who gets teaching degrees?

Teaching is a demanding but rewarding profession that draws a broad range of people to it. Some are drawn to teaching as a life long career, entering degree programs right out of high school. Others become teachers as a second career, earning teaching degrees after years in other professions.

How can a teaching degree help me advance in my career?

Because teaching degrees are the typical entrée to the teaching field, it is the first step to advancing in the teaching profession. While it might be possible for you to work as a teacher’s aide or assistant without a degree, if you want to manage your own classroom and have the opportunity to work in other capacities in the field, such as school administration, a teaching degree is the perfect beginning.

What is the job outlook for people with teaching degrees?

There is an ever-growing demand for high-quality teachers, and individuals with teaching degrees are qualified to work in schools throughout the nation.

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