A Continuum of Careers in Education. Presentation for EDSC 110, The Teaching Experience: Exploration Future Teachers Program California State University Fullerton. Developed by V. Costa, Secondary Education, for EDSC 110. Careers in Education.
Presentation for EDSC 110, The Teaching Experience: Exploration
Future Teachers Program
California State University Fullerton
Developed by V. Costa, Secondary Education, for EDSC 110.
This presentation will explore different careers in education—looking at the continuum from the perspective of education required (from Associate to Graduate Degrees):
An Associate Degree is an academic degree available from community colleges and some universities based on a course of study usually completed in two years.
A preschool teacher works with young children in a child development facility, such as a preschool, day care center, public or private elementary school, or employer sponsored center. The preschool teacher plays an important role in young children’s development and must be able to:
Source: Beaty, J. (2000). Skills for preschool teachers. 6th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill.
Under Title 5 regulations, those who work in state-contracted and state-funded full-day child development program or half-day preschools must hold a Child Development Permit. Several levels of permit exist, each with specific education and experience requirements.
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Source: Less)http://www.childdevelopment.org/images/matrix.pdf Please consult for details and alternative qualifications.
The teacher's job is to assure that all students learn the basic and essential skills at each grade level. Responsibilities include:
This presentation focused on the different careers in education. Which careers interest you most and why?