Student teaching involves a variety of tasks. Basically you are learning to be a teacher through daily classroom experience. Most teacher certification degree programs require that you attend student teaching for 12-16 weeks. You will spend an entire semester in a classroom. You will be a classroom that is in line with you the age you will be able to teach and the subject area. You will be under the supervision of a teacher. Some programs call them supervising teachers while other programs call then cooperating teachers. Your cooperating teacher will help you along the way. They will show you how to do classroom management (discipline and organization), instruction techniques, assessment techiques, etc. They will act as your mentor throughout the process. Usually you will start off the first couple weeks by observing your cooperating teacher. This will help you to become familiar with the school schedule. Then you will ease into teach 1 class then 2 up to 4 or more classes per day. For about one month to six weeks you will teach the entire day and your cooperating teacher will observe. Your cooperating teacher will provide you with feedback and help during the process. College faculty may come observe your teaching as well.
Lora Marlene Mawson has written: 'An analysis of the teaching patterns of the student teacher and the attitudes of the student teacher, cooperating teacher, and supervising teacher during student teaching' -- subject(s): Interaction analysis in education, Training of, Physical education teachers, Student teaching
Each year, one of the most popular degrees to obtain is a degree in education. While many people with a degree in education strive to become a teacher, they will not be able to become a teacher unless they receive the necessary teacher certification. In order to obtain teacher certification, there are many steps that a person will need to follow. The first step in obtaining teacher certification is to fully understand all of the requirements that your state, or county, requires for teachers in order to be certified to teach. While most certification programs are similar, each jurisdiction has slightly different rules, which could affect whether or not you are approved for certification. In general, the first step in earning teacher certification is to get a degree in education. Many colleges across the country offer a wide variety of educational courses. Most students will need to choose what level of education they wish to teach. Those wishing to teach elementary school age children should major in elementary education. Those looking to teach high school should major in secondary education. Another step that is required for a person to obtain teacher certification is to teach for a short period of time as a student teacher. Many jurisdictions will require a prospective teacher to teach as a student teacher for up to three months. During this time, a student teacher will begin by shadowing an experienced teacher, but will eventually begin to teach their own classes and create their own lesson plans. Following successful completion of the student teaching program, and all required coursework, a teacher will be ready to graduate with their degree in education. Upon graduation, the prospective teacher will need apply for their teacher certification. While in some jurisdictions this is a simple process, others may require a person pass a written test. Once certification is received, the person is qualified and approved to begin working as a teacher.
To be a teacher, you have to get a bachelor's degree as well as a teaching certificate in the state where you want to teach. In order to get the teaching certificate, you might have to travel somewhere to do your student teaching for at least one semester, so you might have to spend extra money for housing and/or transportation during that semester. So, figure out how much your tuition, housing, food, and books will be to get the bachelor's degree, and then add the semester for student teaching. Some teaching certificates require a master's degree, so you might have to get a second degree, which will add at least another year, and maybe 2 years, to your program. You will have to pay graduate tuition to get that degree. Once you have your teaching certificate, it is hard to find a job, and the pay is not very good.
Internet can enhance teaching and learning as follows:-Promotes confidence to the teacher.The use of internet,computer connected to the networks helps a teacher to impart knowledge,attitudes and values confidently hence to effective teaching and learning.It is the source for teaching and learning materials or resources.By using internet both teacher and student can find the teaching and learning resources accordingly to a particular level of the learners so as to have effective teaching and learning.Allows participatory method of teaching which is most preferable method of teaching during teaching and learning processes.This is since when a teacher leaves a question on online forums for a students to contribute for what they know about,by doing so it lead to the effective teaching and learning.It gives the teacher new method and strategies of teaching.The use of fastest online internet gives the teacher an appropriate way and strategies on teaching hence to effective teaching and learning.It saves time.Apart from a teacher having to create new assignments when there are great ones online.So he or she can inform his or her students to have an assignment online.It motivates.Internet tends to rise and catch students' interest to learn hence effective learning can take place.
Ronald Lester Rainwater has written: 'A study of the morale of health education and physical education student teachers during an eight-week student teaching experience' -- subject(s): Morale, Training of, Study and teaching, Psychology, Health education, Student teachers, Physical education teachers
During the Victorian period teachers were still required to have higher education and graduate from a college. Usually having a broad spectrum of knowledge as most were teaching multiple grade levels at the same time. Teachers needed to know history, math, english, and sciences. There were no certification boards at this time and it was just enough to have a degree from a university to become a teacher. Higher level professors in the University would specialize in specific subjects.
Students interested in becoming teacher need to make sure that they're prepared for both the education required to obtain the position and the duties of the job once a position is secured. A teacher deals with students, parents, and school administrators to help students accomplish academic goals set forth for them by parents, school administrators, and the students themselves. Every teacher has a responsibility to teach students the things they need to learn in each subject. They must challenge students, be able to maintain discipline in the classroom, and work well with other teachers to ensure order in the school. A K-12 teacher is qualified to teach any grade of education, from kindergarten to 12th grade. Those with higher degrees can go on to teach college courses. A K-12 teacher will be expected to teach one or many subjects to students, while a college professor may focus on just one subject area and teacher fewer classes so that they can do more research. The average beginning salary for the teaching profession is around $34,000. This salary is higher as the teacher gains more experience in their field, and by 20 years of experience, most teachers make well over $50,000 per year. In larger cities, they might make much more than that. Job requirements for teaching certification vary by state. A Bachelor's degree is always required to perform higher grade teaching and in many cases a master's must be completed in a set amount of time in order to retain certification and continue teaching. Student teaching is an important part of the process for entering a beginning position in teaching. A student teaching position generally lasts for a year, during which time an experienced teacher helps the new teacher learn how to perform well in the classroom. This experience helps new teachers understand how the classroom environment works, how to maintain discipline among students, and how to do the mandatory parts of the job. It's an excellent opportunity to prepare for the future and help gain valuable experience for future job applications. Anyone that considers a career in teaching needs to understand that they're entering a profession that makes a positive impact on the world. The education needs to be taken seriously.
I am a California teacher and it takes 5 years to become a teacher. Before you can teach you have to do student teaching and take a state test. The teaching credential is good for 5 years and in the 5 years you are required to take classes to apply again for another 5 year credential. There isn't one type of credential, but several and it depends on what grades you want to teach as to the credential you get. I have a K-12 life time teaching credential and they don't give these anymore to new teachers.
The question is too vague because it is not specific to the issue of insured for what? If we are talking about an automobile accident the fact that a student is in the car is not relevant. If we are talking about wrong doing on the part of the teacher against the student and trying to recover against the school district's carrier the answer is maybe. The answer turns on the language of the insurance contract and whether the transportation of the student was permissible and/or was the teacher transporting the student during the course and scope of his employment. A simple yes or no is difficult with an absence of this information.
The answer is that it depends. There are a wide range of factors that can affect your career switch. You may have been a office manager for ten years or a computer programmer for seven...the background varies. However, your goal is to earn your graduate degree and become a certified teacher. First let's look at the scenario that you don't have the financial luxury of quitting your day job and going to school all day. You will happy to know that many teacher education programs have evening classes. Usually the classes start at 4pm or later. You would need to quit or suspend your day job during student teaching, though, as you will be required to be in teaching student full time. Second let's look at the scenario that you really, really, really want to quit your day job. Many states have fast track teacher certification programs due to the extreme shortage of teachers. They will place you in a classroom right away with a full time job. (This is typically at the junior high and high school levels where you will teach a specific subject. You must pass content exams first as well.) You will be paid, but will need to take your teacher certification courses in the evening. Be forewarned though, that this type of fast track is NOT for everyone. It can be very, very overwhelming to jump right into a classroom.
Teachers act in loco parentis in the classroom. This is a Latin phrase which means "in the place of the parents" or "instead of the parents." It means that teachers are the guardians of the students at school. Generally, they are allowed to direct student behavior in a way that a parent would, generally for the safety of the student and in the context of the school rules. You seem to be asking if a student has the right to leave the classroom to get a drink of water during class. The teacher can probably regulate this. You would have to check the school handbook to find out if students have the right to drink (water?) during class or to leave class in order to get a drink of water. My guess is that it is up to the teacher.
A male (or female) teacher SHOULD NEVER drink in class or during school hours. However, what a teacher does on their own time socially is their own business and not yours. If they feel like going to a club or even a restaurant for dinner and drinks (even a bar) then they have every right to be there as long as it's after school hours and their drinking doesn't interfere with their profession. Teachers however, should not be with a student on a one-to-one whether they are drinking or night during social hours.
Individuals that are beginning teachers who are still enrolled in a teacher preparatory program or alternative teaching certification program at a university should be thankful for the journey that they have chosen to become a teacher. Individuals who experience any or both of these routes at some point in their career should truly value the process as it is beneficial in more than one way. Below are three reasons why individuals should love methods in their teacher preparatory program: The first reason to love methods is because there are several opportunities to receive constructive feedback about one’s teaching practices and lesson plans. Often times, when teachers begin their first year of teaching, they do not always have the instructional support that is needed and it is very important to take advantage of the feedback that is given by experienced and season education professors. This will help teacher candidates be more comfortable and effective in the classroom during their first year of teaching. Another reason to love methods is because individuals have an opportunity to truly understand the relationship between theory and practice. This is because teacher candidates are expected to be knowledgeable and apply various instructional methods and strategies during each lesson taught on a weekly basis. Depending on the teacher preparation program, teacher candidates must teach at least two lessons using different instructional methods to reach all students. This technique forces teacher candidates to analyze how they have used a specific instructional method because they must deliver the lesson a certain way and reflect on the lesson with their university supervisor or cooperating teacher if they are in student-teaching. The last reason why individuals should love methods is because individuals have many job opportunities waiting for them after they have taught in the classroom for at least three years. Depending on one’s career goals, he or she may decide to move up the career ladder in a school system or decide to take on other meaningful instructional positions, such as being a master teacher or instructional designer. In a teacher preparatory program, individuals are afforded the opportunity to study a myriad of educational and psychological theorists, along with various instructional methods and strategies. Individuals who have a chance to attend a university-based teacher preparatory program should focus on the advantages in finishing methods and student teaching because the advantages definitely do outweigh the disadvantages over time.
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