Good teachers love helping children and young adults develop intellectually and emotionally, despite diverse challenges. In teacher training, you'll learn to meet these challenges, and by actually working with children, you'll be able to decide whether the job is right for you.
Things You'll Need:
*. Academic Counselings
*. Address Books
*. File Cabinets
*. E-mail Accounts
*. Postage Stamps
*. résumé paper
Find work with children in the age group that most interests you: Teach swimming lessons, coach a sports team, be a camp counselor. If you're in college, volunteer in a classroom on a regular basis and document this experience.
Investigate teacher-credential or certification programs at the college or university you plan to attend. Decide whether you prefer elementary education (one possiblemajor) or secondary school teaching, for which you major
Honestly, that's a hard one to tell. It looks like it's just one person with two accounts. However, the actual link is completely unrelated to the topic so maybe it's just a spammer posting on a newbie's post.
Either way, this link has gotta go.
And honestly, in teacher training won't teach you much (at least not where I live). I'm trying to become a teacher right now and honestly I feel like my courses and training are teaching me nothing. I'm learning more from the students I need, who are very vocal about what they like and don't like about being taught, than from the people who are supposed to train me.
You also need:
- High Level of Tolerance
- Great Immune System
- To be very flexible
- To know when you're about to have a meltdown and seek help.
by salt5 years ago
Yippee, not only can I embarrass myself on land, now I can do it in water too, yet I didnt embarass myself. Some desired to see me not get there, but I did and I learnt plenty and met some great people!
by lizzieBoo5 years ago
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