So im really considering being a middle school science teacher. I love science and im good at it. So what kinda what degrees would i need to go to school for, to get a good job as a middle school science teacher? What degrees look the best to schools? Also im thinking about being a chorus teacher. Can i get two different degrees for different subjects without spending 8 years in college? Thank You!!
I'm 13 years old and I really want to be a middle school science teacher. My best friend and I found a middle school that said they would take me as a science teacher and her as a music teacher. I really can't wait to start for real and I want to know how I can get ahead and start my studies.(And if its possible, classes) I won't be able to pay for anything at the moment, but I'd really like some help on this.
Which job is more stable?
Which job makes more money?
Which job is more rewarding?
Which job is less stressful.?
Which job would you want if you HAD to pick one?
What courses do you have to take in college to become a Highschool math or Highschool Science teacher?-what if i want to go to school in OHIO and teach in ARIZONA?
I want to be a middle school science teacher. What degree will I need to do that? Will I need more than one? If you need a specific science, then life science of biology. But I would love to teach any science. Also, you don't need to answer this part, would I get paid year round or would I be on my own for summer? Like, would I get 3,000 a month 12 months or 4,000 a month for 9 months? Again, you don't need to answer this part, or you can only answer this part.
Hi all. After graduating in 2009 (Geography 2.1) and working for a few years I have now fallen in love with the sciences. How do I become a science teacher with my current degree? Will I have to do another degree? Could I do an open university degree whilst working?
Your advice would be much appreciated! Thank you
I am from the UK.
I'm going to pursue a career in education majoring in English because I want to be an English teacher however I hear that Science teachers are much more in demand let's say I finish my 4 years in English education is it possible to switch to a Science teacher? How would I go about doing that? Would I have to take a lot more classes?
They always quit or get fired.We all ready have had four science teachers this school year and all of them are scarred of the kids that go to are school so far. Are school is in a small town that has alot of gangs. Wedsday we just got a new science teacher and he's leaving after christmas break. The new one where getting inJanuaryy is gonna quit less than amonthh.
I am an Earth Science teacher and would like to move to any metropolitan area that has a lot of outdoor activities available. Some places don't require Earth Science for their graduates, and don't need ESci teachers. I'd like to find out who requires ESci for graduation, because those are the only places I would qualify for employment. Any and all advice appreciated!
My science teacher is a real douche bag (no offense to anyone) and she hates me but I think that if I stop hating her then she will take it a little easier on me. How can I try to ignore her stupidity?
I'm curious about to what extent there is a shortage to secondary science teachers. I'm getting a BS In Bio in a year, and would be able to teach high school biology and chemistry. I LOVE these subjects, and teaching seems to be a right fit after considering all aspects. What I'm curious about is if the shortage is as bad as I hear it is, or if in reality I will still face hefty competition for jobs.
Im going into high school but i want an early start on getting some of the subjects i might need. Im really interested in becoming a forensic scientist, math/science teacher, or engineering scientist. Anyone have a job in those and give me your responses on how you like it.
I really like science.
I'm a junior now thinking about different jobs. One of the jobs i'm thinking about is science teacher. I want to ask one of my science teachers I had in the past some questions to see if I'm interested in teaching. Here is what you need to help me with. I'm not quit sure what kind of questions to ask. I want to know like about the education they had to go through to be science teacher and what is their degree in and just stuff about their job as a teacher. Any suggestions?
I like both subjects but I’m more into Social Sciences than Biology. I’ve talked to a couple of people about this but they were trying to convince me to chose Biology instead because there would be more job offers for Biology teachers than Social Science teachers.
I graduated from university with a PGCE last year, and have got a full time job as a science teacher in a secondary school, based in the West Midlands, England.
Can you tell me how I become a supply teacher & whether or not it has better job prospects than an ordinary secondary school teacher.
What about salary? Would a supply teacher get paid more than a permanently based secondary school teacher?
It could be an activity that some in the does on daily basis.i need two examples or just try to give as many as you can. It has to be a job in which it is used consistently, maybe once every 2 days. Also my science teacher gave me a hint: conservationists. i need responses fast!
I was reading an article in New Scientist yesterday, mentioning the top 10 jobs in science, and one of them was a science teacher, and it described a day in the life of a science teacher.
And at the top it said the average starting salary for a teacher in London is £26,000
but outside of London is £21,000
So a teacher working in London starts out at an almost 25?igher salary than a teacher outside of London!
Anyone know why this is? I am intrigued.
Science teachers are in great demand. In addition, it is a highly challenging job and you get to work with children. It requires high academic ability amongst a range of other skills.
I mean, if you like science and you like kids, surely being a science teacher is the perfect career path?
So why do you intend to become paediatricians? Is it because of the prestige or the money?
Be honest now...
With unemployment on the rise, do you think it is worth me studying to be a science teacher? Or will all the hard work be for nothing in the long run?
My girlfriend is a High School Science teacher and I think she works really long hours. Between 10 and 13 per day. She does alot of extra stuff to help kids and other treachers out. Does this seem like a lot or is it average?
I just got a job as a first time 6 grade science teacher. I'm nervous and I know that's normal but I'm also confident. Can you give me any pointers?