I'm giving a speech on elementary school teachers. I'm talking about the nature of the work, working conditions, education and training needed, job outlook, earnings and benefits, rewards of the job, drawbacks of the job and related occupations. I need to use a visual aide for this speech, do you have any ideas? Thanks =]
To my dissapointment I can't use a powerpoint, or a real teacher.
I really need a job and its really hard to find one right now.
but can i work at an elementary school without a college education? (other than being a janitor or lunch lady lol)
like being a teachers aide or after school help that pays
*im in florida by the way*
No offense, but it seems like being a teacher wouldn't be that good of a job anyway. Sure there is good benefits, like health insurance, retirement, etc, but you would have to put up with bratty kids all day long and you wouldn't get paid well. If you are going to teach, why not become a college professor, cause then you would at least make ten times more money than what would you make if you were a elementary, middle, or high school teacher.
I'm applying for a Teacher's Aide job in an elementary school nearby. I'm 18, graduated high school, but I've never held a job before, besides pet & child care. How can I get this job? I would really love it.
Well currently I am 17 years old and live in California. I plan on graduating early from high school by taking the CHSPE. I also plan to start taking classes at the local community college in the coming fall. I've decided I'd like to be a teacher. Either a 6th grade elementary teacher or 7th grade junior high school English teacher.
So what is the process for becoming a teacher? What classes should I take? How long will I have to go to school? What certification will I need? I want all the details.
I've been thinking about jobs and I really want to have a job waking up looking forward going to it. I've realized that becoming a doctor or a nurse isin't for me. I want to have a job that is always active, helping kids, and having a fun atmosphere.
I am getting my bachelors in Child Development and I am wondering if there is any other career avenues other than teaching preschool...and also if anyone knows if preschool teachers in California are any closer to receiving the same pay as elementary school teachers because of increased degree requirements...thanks!! :)
I'm looking to start a new job in the Fall as I'm going to school to be a teacher. I need to get into the field so I'm curious about average starting pay as an Instructional Aide or paraprofessional.
I have a bachelors degree in Elementary Education, but have changed my mind and would like to become a child psychologist. I've read that I will need a doctoral degree. Does anyone know if I can build off my education degree or do I need to start from scratch?
I remember in elementary school across from my 4th grade classroom was the special kids class and a few times a week, the teacher would bring her two corgi's in and of course I was jealous because I LOVE dogs(I'm very experienced with dogs, and I'd be a vet but I'm not as good at science as I think I am :)). So I was wondering if the school would allow me to bring a dog to work for the kids?
Also, how much schooling do I need to work with special needs children? I would want to work with elementary school aged children.
What is teaching and working with special need children like (how many children are in a class, etc)?
I know that this job can be very challenging and requires loads of patience and understanding (not just with the kids, parents too haha) because I babysit a 10 year old boy with autism and help him with his homework every school day and sometimes weekends, I also just did a research report on autism, but only working with Brandon allowed me to fully understand the disorder. Any stories of your experiences would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
I just ask because I was an elementary education major in school and that is what my degree is in. I'm doing this for a year because I had no luck finding an elementary teaching job anywhere. I don't want to hurt my chances of getting hired next year because I made the choice not to sub or work as a para or teacher's aide.
Do y'all think I made the wrong choice?
I'd like to apply at private schools in Orange county, CA, as teacher's aide or assistant, and so far all which I've contacted require a credential. Since earning this will take time, I would like to get some experience working with elementary grade (3rd-6th) children. I'm familiar with Edjoin.org, but have had no success.
I am using my Husbands yahoo to ask this question. My daughter is a preschooler and I have been so interested in become a preschool teacher.. I love being around kids and I love to see them learn new things.. I am not sure if I have to take the same classes as school age teacher does..
I am 26 years old, I have been out of the school scene for almost 10 years, I was looking into online schools since I have 2 small kids. I feel a bit overwhelmed looking into some of these degree programs, which one would be the best? I hope to teach from K-12. Can anyone direct me in the right path?
I have a teacher she is a woman too ... So it's kinda gross she is a helper teacher but always smile at me and kinda seems nervous around me
I will be going to college next year. I want to know what kind of jobs and college major that work with kids.
I always hear that it is the hardest teaching job to get. Is it almost impossible to find one out of college, or will it just take a while? I'm hoping to hear something encouraging.
I am referring to one that does not need a degree... I am currently in college...
A lady that I met recently said she lived in Cali for a bit and had a job where she helped out with bits and ends at an elementary school and she told me to check it out... I've never heard of such a job though and would love to find out a bit more about it.
I live in Washington state btw :D
I am real interested in understand mental illnesses & was told to go into psychology. I am wondering if I got into the degree of psychology what career choices are involved & how long of school is it?
I am working towards my credential in teaching and I need to know all the legal issues in education. I have research some issues but I dont know if I am correct. Please help...i have looked into corporal punishment, confidentiality, harrassment im school. I dont kmow if these are legal issues. Thanks