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  • Elementary School Teacher
    By- Andrea Sojourner
    Block E
  • Job overview
    • Introduce language, numbers, science,
    and social studies
    • Influence the intellectual and social
    development of children
    • Plan, evaluate, and assign lessons
    • Provide the tools and environment for students to learn and grow
  • Job overview continued
    • Observe and evaluate students performance and potential
    • Prepare report cards
    • Meet with parents
    • Maintain classroom discipline
  • Education
    Need general education in a broad variety: art, music, math, history
    Bachelors’ degree and teaching license required most states
    Licensing through the Maryland State Department of Education
  • Related Careers
    • High school teacher or principle
    • Camp director
    • Child care worker
    • Social worker
  • salary
    • Average annual earning : $52,240
    • Average hourly earning : $25.12
  • Growth potential
    • Growth potential : 15% to 16%
  • Outlook
    • Outlook : increasing
  • Comparison of the career of elementary school teacher to the career of pediatric nurse
  • “Thought About Success”
    • “The tragedy in life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goals. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach.” -Benjamin Mays