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