I have a B.S. in Music which doesn't certify me for teaching. I saw a music teacher job I'd like to apply for but you need to be certified in NJ. Does anyone know what I should do? I looked at the NJ cert website but there's so much on there it's not very clear of exactly what I need to do.
For a project we have to pick a job we would like then right about what courses we would need to take in high school and college/university. I chose a music teacher, but what courses would I have to take?
For high school, music and theory, and maybe math? Because my music teacher says you have to be good in math for music because of the different timing and counting, but I don't know.
My music teacher is leaving to look after her dying husband.
What should I say in thanks for the outstanding job she has done?
What are the requirements to become an elementary music teacher in Tx or Il?
would I be better off majoring in elem. education or music?
I am really good at many instruments. I know music theory, been playing the piano, know how to read music (but not like crazy stuff like 132 notes), i know how to improvise, i played for many churches as well as a few concerts here and there. But most importantly, I abslutely love music! Will this be a tough career to pursue for me? And is being a music teacher pretty much the best paying job i can get? Best answer for 10 points guys.
I want to become a music teacher. I moved back home and The college I need to go to a four year college is 30 minutes away I have no vehicle I am currently looking for a job. I have my parents it would be rough to drive me there everyday. I could take some classes online when it comes to the music part I don't think I will be able to so what is your advice on this?
Since Esther in the movie Orphan plays piano very well, why didn't she get a job as a music teacher? Or taught art class with her artistic talents?
I'm a private music teacher. Love my job! It's creative, I love dealing with children, it's challenging and oh, so rewarding in most of cases!
I've been told numerous times to NOT get personally attached to my students...
How can I do that?
Each of those kids has a special spot in my heart - I know their troubles, sometimes they trust me more than their own parents! I do my best to develop their talent and love to music! And then - if something happens - it breaks my heart to see them (or in most cases their parents) to mistreat me bad...
Like for example - parent would decide that violin is no longer important in their child life and they don't want to spend any more money on the lessons... Or that they are going to try another teacher because he/she offers cheaper lessons... I never forget any of my students, but very unfortunately give it 6-12 months and those kids walk by me and don't even bother to say "Hi"... It upsets me a lot, but I don't think I can initially treat a child with no care at all (in case things go wrong in a future)
How can I stop loving my job so I don't get hurt?
I really want to become a high school band director/music teacher, but finding jobs will probably be hard to do. If I were to minor in something like English, History, or maybe even Biology, could I teach that if I can't find a job teaching music? Would minoring in something like these subjects be too hard while studying music? My Biology teacher told me that Music and Biology don't really mix in college.
My firend was a private music teacher for 10 years working for a music store (he has no professional accredidation). He is now almost 30, went back to college and graduated and started a new office job in December, however the pay is very low and he is looking at other jobs. He only has 7 months experience in the admin. field, where most new jobs say at least 2 years of experience. Any suggestions on what he should do?
Does anyone know how to become a music teacher?
Including what A Levels to take and what degree it would be advisable to take? Do you have to be able to play EVERY instrument? And i think to be a teacher you need english maths and a science in your GCSE's but does it have to be a certain science? Could you do a core science (the easier option which is all three sciences?)
And after university, where would you go from there? Also what experience is it good to get beforehand?
Sorry about all the questions! Thanks
I want to be a science teacher so I'm asking if i have to be a music teacher to start a glee club.
I'm returning to school and looking for something that i would enjoy, which happens to be music. So i ask you, other than a music teacher , are there safe jobs with music?
I will be starting college in the fall as a Music Education major, but because I know that fine arts are being cut more from schools I will also be majoring in English Education and minoring in French. I just want to know the best state to try and get a job as a high school music teacher. I'm willing to move anywhere for the job.
If I have a master's in composition.. Can I work as a music teacher at the elementary of high school level, or would I need a degree in music education.
I plan on studying music at uni and getting atleast BBB in my A Levels (hopefully an 'A' grade may replace one of the Bs!). I hope to be a music teacher but also do a lot of other work with music. So if I went to a small city and studied music, it would be hard for me to get a job upon graduating. Which is why my question is:
What would you say the best universities (or cities) are to study a music degree? In terms of employability.
Im a Guitar player. And im 15 years old. I want to spend my life doing something in the music field. What are some good paying jobs in the Music field. Basic music teacher or what?
I'm 15 years old and i'm thinking about my future and I am GOING to be a music teacher and i have some questions that need answered.
1. What is the environment likely to be like?
2. Is this a satisfying job?
3. Would i need, or is it recommended, that I get any schooling in college for this job?
4. Does this job require specific physical attributes or abilities (strength or health requirements, 20/20 vision, and so on)? If so, what are they?
5. What could I expect to earn as a beginner in this field?
6. Will there be many job openings when I am ready to go to work? How might societal, economic, and technological changes impact this career?
7. What aptitudes, strengths, and skills does this job call for? Are they transferable to another career if I change my mind or this job title becomes obsolete?
8. What can I do today to begin preparing for this job?
9. What classes must I take in high school to qualify for this job?
If you can answer any of these questions i would be extremely grateful.
I'm currently in 10th grade and i have been in band since 5th grade i play flute and percussion. i want to be a music teacher so bad you wont believe me. I live in Texas, El Paso to be exact i want to know the steps for how to become one starting from graduating high school like what classes should i take in college and how long would it take and everything i need for it.
I play the violin and I'm sort of a good player but not the best and not the worst. My music teacher recently resigned and I also left for vacation when she resigned. She wanted me to go to this other violin teacher who I haven't contacted. I sort of lost the passion to play with the stress of daily life and school and I need a way to tell her that i won't be playing the violin anymore without making her feel like she did something to make me quit.