I would like to be a teacher, but not in a classroom (10-20 kids) environment. Are there any other options?

Asked By: Cara - 7/26/2007
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Well, as stated by other answerers: Tutoring, Sylvan or Huntington Learning Centers are great ways to "teach" but without the large classroom experience. I would also suggest going to school for Special Education, because you can work in very small classes. You could also be a one on one, which is someone who stays... More
Answered By: Mum's the Word : + - 7/26/2007
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Private tutoring or work for Sylvan or some of the other tutoring "shops" around.
Answered By: Nancy Kay - 7/26/2007
How about a private tutor? Give lessons? Coach?
Answered By: jateef - 7/26/2007
Lead Teache for a Day Care Center.
Answered By: j b - 7/26/2007
If you work as a special educator or homeschool teacher, you can still teach, but will be responsible for only a few students.
Answered By: imagine0319 - 7/26/2007
Create a 'Home school' become a private teacher for rich people or tutoring... More
Answered By: Hector - 7/26/2007
Tutoring, Counseling. Open up your own business and become a Consultant. There are vocational schools and training centers where you can teach adults.
Answered By: bobbie - 7/26/2007
Special Ed classes are small.
Answered By: Mary C - 7/26/2007
Consider Speech Pathology. There is always a shortage of speech pathologist. You would only work with a few students at a time. There are also special programs that have only small group instruction, but that will vary by state. Our Title 1 teachers are part time and small group... More
Answered By: 2gr8t - 7/26/2007
private tutoring
Answered By: bandit - 7/26/2007
Look into "Sylvan Learning Centers"
Answered By: MISSY E - 7/26/2007
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