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Elementary School Teacher

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  • 1. Elementary School Teacher Anthony Averso
  • 2. Skills
    • Time Management: Managing your time and the class time
    • Active Listening: Giving your attention to others, ask questions, not interrupting at inappropriate times
    • Reading Comprehension: Understand students writing
    • Instructing: Teaching others how to do something
  • 3. Education Needed
    • 4 year degree in Childhood Education or Early Childhood Education
    • The difference:
      • Childhood: Grades 1-6
      • Early Childhood: Birth – 2 nd Grade
    • Required to student teach before you graduate
  • 4. Certification
    • Must apply to become certified in an area of teaching
    • Send in multiple documents
    • Take the 3 certification tests and submit scores
    • Get fingerprinted
    • Most certification programs are incorporated in the major and all statewide requirements are usually met
  • 5. Knowledge Needed
    • Understand structure of the English Language
    • Including spelling and meaning of words
    • Rules of composition and grammar
    • Knowledge of human behavior and performance
    • Recognize individuals abilities, differences, personality traits and interests
    English Language Psychology
  • 6. Knowledge Needed
    • Ability to describe land and sea features and locations
    • Distribution of plants, animals and human life
    • Order of historical events
    • Causes and Effects of those events
    • Knowledge of civilizations and cultures
    Geography History and Archeology
  • 7. Knowledge Needed
    • Familiar with multiple subtopics:
      • Algebra
      • Geometry
      • Calculus
      • Statistics
    • Ability to apply these areas to real life situations
    • Understand how computers work
    • Smart board functions and tools
    Mathematics Computers
  • 8. Daily Tasks
    • Establish and enforce rules for behavior and procedure
    • Observe and evaluate student’s performance
    • Prepare and plan lessons and class activities
    • Assign and grade class work, homework
    • Prepare, administer and grade tests that evaluate students’ progress
  • 9. Daily Tasks Continued
    • Read books to class or in groups
    • Instruct students individually or in groups
    • Ability to vary teaching methods
    • Quickly change lessons to meet class learning needs
    • Meet and speak with parents to resolve behavior or academic problems/achievements
  • 10. Outlook
    • Outlook is very favorable in New York
    • In 2006 there were 97,210 elementary school teachers in New York State
    • In 2016 there will be approximately 107,600 employed in New York
    • Increase of 1,040 jobs a year, and 2,120 openings each year
  • 11. Similar Jobs
    • Instructional Coordinator: Develop instructional materials, coordinate educational content, and incorporate technology
    • Recreation Workers: Conduct recreation activities with groups. Activates include: sports, games and hobbies
  • 12. Video
  • 13. Sources:
    • www.Nyscareerzone.org
    • http://www.highered.nysed.gov/tcert/