Career of an Elementary School Teacher<br />Created by: Emma Talbot<br />E Block<br />2-20-11<br />
<ul><li>Introduce children to numbers, language, science, and social studies
Grade papers
Care and look over students
Foster in the intellectual and social development of children
Plan, evaluate, assign lessons: prepare, and grade tests, listen to presentations, maintain discipline in classroom
Observe student performance</li></ul>Job Overview…<br />
<ul><li>Prepare report cards, meet with parents and school staff
Confer with parents, counselors to resolve student problems
Observe student progress, behavior, social development, and health
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  1. 1. Career of an Elementary School Teacher<br />Created by: Emma Talbot<br />E Block<br />2-20-11<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Introduce children to numbers, language, science, and social studies
  3. 3. Grade papers
  4. 4. Care and look over students
  5. 5. Foster in the intellectual and social development of children
  6. 6. Plan, evaluate, assign lessons: prepare, and grade tests, listen to presentations, maintain discipline in classroom
  7. 7. Observe student performance</li></ul>Job Overview…<br />
  8. 8. <ul><li>Prepare report cards, meet with parents and school staff
  9. 9. Confer with parents, counselors to resolve student problems
  10. 10. Observe student progress, behavior, social development, and health
  11. 11. Organize and label materials, student work
  12. 12. Prepare materials and classroom for activities
  13. 13. Teach many subjects
  14. 14. Keep records of academic performance, behavior, and attendance</li></ul>Job Overview Continued<br />
  15. 15. <ul><li>Have a general education in art, music, history, math, english, and science
  16. 16. A Bachelors degree and completion of approved teacher training program
  17. 17. Most four year colleges don’t allow training until sophomore year
  18. 18. Some schools require a Masters degree
  19. 19. Be a college graduate and certified teacher by the state you would teach in</li></ul>Education and Training<br />
  20. 20. Salary<br />
  21. 21. Growth Potential and Outlook<br /><ul><li>Outlook- Increasing
  22. 22. Growth potential-(average of all sources) 14.91%</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Nanny
  23. 23. Child care worker
  24. 24. Teacher aide
  25. 25. Librarian
  26. 26. Primary, secondary, special education teachers
  27. 27. English and second language teachers
  28. 28. Preschool teachers
  29. 29. Guidance counselors</li></ul>Related Careers<br />
  30. 30. “Successful people have learned to make themselves DO the thing that has to be done WHEN it has to be done, whether they like it or not.”<br />~ Theodore Roosevelt<br />Thought About Success!<br />
  31. 31. Comparison Chart<br />
  32. 32. Comparison Chart<br />

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