What kind of an education you need to be a science teacher?
It depends on what grade level. Hish school usually requires a degree in science. I am a middle science teacher, and i had to get Highly qualified in science (through PRAXIS testing and classes), and have a degree in middle school education. depends on your state!
i would love to be a teacher just would love it
What training education or other qualifications licenses registration and certification do you need for the occupation?
If you wish to be an elementary teacher, you will need to attain a bachelor's degree in education, which is usually attainable in four years. Depending on your state's requirements, you may also need to acquire a master's in education degree. Several states also now require educators to obtain a continuing education so that they can update their licenses.
You need a B.A. in education. you need to know history, earth, math, science, art, music, gym, health, language arts, social studies and much much more to be just one of the teachers in the world so if you want to be a science teacher you need to know certain things of science like atoms, rocks, cells, gravity, and much more.
You would need to get a BA in education and include classes in PE. Along with this is testing and student teaching for a credential. Very few PE teachers teach only PE often they also have a solid subject they teach unless they are a high school PE teacher. Depending on where you live a teacher education program can take 4-5 years of college.
Some possible degrees include Associate Degrees Associate of Early Childhood Education Bachelor Degrees Bachelor of Science in Education, Major and minor specific to the area of teaching. Master Degrees Master of Arts in Education with a Specialization in Administration and Supervision Master of Arts in Education/Teacher Education for Elementary Licensure Master of Arts in Education/Middle level education Master of Arts in Education/Teacher Education for Secondary Licensure Master of Education: Educational Management Master of Education: Technology…