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Becoming a Teacher. Abby Harmon. Teaching. The definition of a teacher: “One that teaches” “One whose occupation is to instruct” (Webster) What makes a great teacher? Set high expectations for all students Always being prepared Always showing you care about them as people

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Becoming a teacher

Becoming a Teacher

Abby Harmon


Teaching

Teaching

  • The definition of a teacher:

    • “One that teaches”

    • “One whose occupation is to instruct” (Webster)

  • What makes a great teacher?

    • Set high expectations for all students

    • Always being prepared

    • Always showing you care about them as people

    • Having great knowledge of what they teach

  • “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” ~Albert Einstein ( Degree-Tree)

  • “Obstacles: frightful things you see if you take your eyes off the goal.”

    – Henry Ford ( Teaching with Purpose)


Advantages disadvantages of being a teacher

Advantages/Disadvantages of being a Teacher

  • Advantages

    • Having the ability to influence children at a very young age (work-cron)

    • Being able to teach children about the Bible at a young age

  • Disadvantages

    • “Having to deal with budget cuts” (work-cron)

    • Having to deal with parents who do not trust or believe in the teachers ability to teach their kids.


Teaching requirements

Teaching Requirements

  • General Requirement

    • “Bachelor’s degree”

    • “Student teaching experience”

    • “Teaching certificate”

  • Certification areas include:

    • “Elementary (K-6)”

    • “Middle grades (6-9)”

    • “Secondary grades (9-12)”

    • “Special subjects (K-12)”

    • “Exceptional children (K-12)” ( Degree-Tree)


Salaries

Salaries

  • Our future salaries

    • Your salary will be determined by your school district

    • In North Carolina it varies

    • From $30,430 to $64,750 (Degree-tree)


Future schooling

Future Schooling

  • Degrees

    • A teaching degree requires about 4 years of schooling

    • You can have a minor in a subject along with your degree

  • Schools offering a teaching degree

    • Southeastern FWB College

    • Pensacola Christian College

    • Bob Jones University

    • Campbell University


Bibliography

Bibliography

  • “Webster Dictionary”. Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, 2011. Web.

  • “Degree Tree”. http://www.degreetree.com/resources/how-to-become-a-teacher. Degree Tree. Web.

  • “Work-Cron.” Tanya Robertson. http://work.chron.com/advantages-disadvantages-becoming-teacher-4302.html. Web.

  • “Teaching with Purpose”. Sherah B. Carr http://teachingwithpurpose.com/Teaching with purpose, 2012. Web.


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