Careers in Education by Roy Edelfelt, Alan Reiman

By Roy Edelfelt, Alan Reiman

VGM specialist CAREERS sequence provides specialist advice ON EXPLORING and selecting the appropriate task whether or not they are students making plans a destiny, or execs seeking to swap fields, this sequence bargains: • particular details on each one occupation • profession offerings inside of every one box • info on duties, schooling, and coaching required • details at the calls for of alternative careers • and lots more and plenty extra

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Sixty-two percent of private school teachers hold a bachelor’s degree, 30 percent a master’s degree or higher. Six percent have less than a bachelor’s degree. Great diversity exists among private schools, but most have the following characteristics in common: 1. They are not controlled by the government. 2. They are primarily supported by private funds. 45 Teaching in K–12 Schools 46 CAREERS IN EDUCATION 3. Most have some requirements for admission. ) 4. Enrollment in them is a matter of choice.

Gerald, 1996, Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics; and A Study of Teacher Education Institutions as Innovators, Knowledge Producers, and Change Agents, by D. L. Clark and E. G. Guba, 1977, Bloomington, IN: Indiana University. uing education, three or more years of experience, and a performance assessment. Some states require teachers to extend or renew the standard license periodically, usually by completing a certain number of graduate credit hours or professional development units every year.

Prospective elementary school teachers are prepared to teach all the subjects of the K–6 curriculum. They also are required to complete a program of liberal studies. In some states this involves concentrations in the major subjects taught in the elementary school, or a major in a subject field. Further, they must receive instruction in pedagogy and methods of teaching the subjects of the elementary school. Art, music, physical education, and special education teachers focus on their specialty, but they too are required to complete courses in foundations of education, student learning and development, and pedagogy.

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