What classes whould I have to take to be a Teachers Assistant?
I'm wanting to go Ashford University to get my Associates Degree as a Teachers Assistant. I live in Kansas. I was wondering if anyone knew what classes I would have to take and how hard it is to find a job afterward. What anyone can tell me about it?
Asked By: Tara Elaine - 12/4/2008
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Check the prospectus of the university for professional courses. Professional courses like B.Ed and M.Ed are related to teaching. try to have experience in teaching...by teaching as a part time tutor or teacher at some institute. These small experiences will greatly help you in the future in getting big Jobs.
Answered By: Neha - 12/5/2008
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I do not know what classes you would have to take for the Associate's Degree. However, I do know that Kansas accepts the ParaPro Assessment. Basically, if you take this exam and pass it then it allows you to be hired on as a teacher's assistant because it tests your knowledge of the subjects you will need to help... More
Answered By: Dharma Queen - 12/5/2008
Most states are starting to require tests. Which I think is a good thing. Most states require at least 30 hours of college. Some are more specific. Check with the dept. of education.
Answered By: MacIke - 12/10/2008
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