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Education power point 1
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  • 1. Secondary Education<br />Korrine Farmer<br />
  • 2. PROBLEM:<br />TO LEARN ABOUT TEACHING SECONDARY EDUCATION<br />
  • 3. Executive Summary<br />What Is Secondary Education?<br />Why you should teach<br />Teaching Downfalls in the Future<br />Interest in Education as a Career<br />Required Education<br />Licensing<br />Salary Range<br />Job Opportunities<br />Projected jobs in Michigan<br />
  • 4. What is Secondary Education?<br />Secondary education is the stage of education after primary education. (After Elementary School) Secondary education is generally the final stage of compulsory education. <br />
  • 5. Why You Should Teach Secondary Education<br />As a teacher, you create the foundation for your students upon which they will build the rest of their lives. You are not only influencing the future of your own students, but you are affecting the collective future of all of humanity for generations to come. You may not be able to see the long-term affect that you have on your students, but you are writing on the pages of who they believe they are, what they believe they are capable of, and who they will choose to be and become. <br />
  • 6. Teaching Downfalls<br />As we all know, teaching is one of the most important jobs in the world today, but with teachers salaries and benefits being cut by the government, many people are deciding to change their career path.<br />It is projected in the near future that education may be taken into the electronic field and will be conducted online.<br />
  • 7. Interests<br />
  • 8. Required Education<br />Traditional education programs for kindergarten and elementary school teachers include courses designed specifically for those preparing to teach.<br />Mathematics, physical science, social science, music, art, and literature, as well as prescribed professional education courses, such as philosophy of education, psychology of learning, and teaching methods.<br />Aspiring secondary school teachers most often major in the subject they plan to teach while also taking a program of study in teacher preparation. Many 4-year colleges require students to wait until their sophomore year before applying for admission to teacher education programs.<br />
  • 9. Licensing<br />Requirements for regular licenses to teach kindergarten through grade 12 vary by State. However, all States require general education teachers to have a bachelor's degree and to have completed an approved teacher training program with a prescribed number of subject and education credits, as well as supervised practice teaching<br />Licensure and certification. All 50 States and the District of Columbia require public school teachers to be licensed. Licensure is not required for teachers in most private schools. Usually licensure is granted by the State Board of Education or a licensure advisory committee. <br />Teachers may be licensed to teach the early childhood grades (usually preschool through grade 3); the elementary grades (grades 1 through 6 or 8); the middle grades (grades 5 through 8); a secondary-education subject area (usually grades 7 through 12); or a special subject, such as reading or music (usually grades kindergarten through 12). <br />
  • 10. Salary Range<br />Salary is based upon grade levels and experience, qualification and degrees<br />Highest to lowest salary's based on grades are :<br />Special Education<br />High School<br />Middle School<br />Elementary<br />Secondary <br />
  • 11. Salary Range Chart<br />0k 15k 30k 35k 40k 45k <br />
  • 12. Job Opportunities<br />Teaching will always be a growing career due to the fact that everyone is expected to get an education to better their future.<br />New schools will continue to be built creating job openings for teachers.<br />Certain schools will pay for continuing education credits to learn current methods of teaching and new education skills.<br />
  • 13. Job Growth and Benefits in Michigan<br />Michigan teachers have a starting salary of $30,557<br />Michigan teachers have an average salary of $50,739<br />The 10 year growth in salary is 16.9%<br />Michigan Teachers get about 15 weeks of vacation every year<br />It takes a Michigan Teacher 4 years to be eligible for their tenure<br />
  • 14. Overall becoming a teacher in the state of Michigan is a benefit because job salary and growth are in top running's with other states.<br />Required Education, Licensing, Salary range, Job Opportunities, and Projected jobs in Michigan are all factors of becoming a teacher.<br />Thank you for exploring teaching and education. <br />Any questions?<br />
  • 15. References<br />http://www.askgrace.com/psychic_advice/0633_why_should_someone_become_a_teacher.ht<br />http://www.google.com/imgres?q=teaching+graphs&um=1&hl=en&rlz=1R2GGHP_enUS417<br />http://www.ed.gov/<br />http://www.education.com/<br />

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