Become a Teacher Now

If you are looking to become a teacher, the choices available to you today are immense.

As top educators continue to retire and move out of the school system, a national demand to fill this gap continually increases. With this need means continued development of quality academic programs to train the next generation of professionals. But what kind of degree is needed to get hired as a teacher?  This is the question that many students, new and returning, continue to ask.

Being the New Student:-Pursue a career in teaching

If you are a beginner, recently graduating from high school, your best option to become an educator is to begin your course of study with a quality bachelors program. There are several options available to you; however, all of them typically end with a required residential student teaching semester.  You can choose general, elementary, special or secondary education. You may be interested in attaining a certification or emphasis in a particular specialization like ESL, English as a Second Language, or Physical Ed or Music. The above option can be achieved along with any other area of studies.

For the Post Graduate Scholar:-

As an instructor with a graduate in education, you may be looking to change your specialty.  For instance, if you have studied in Early Childhood Education but have decided that Special or Secondary major is more your speed, obtaining an accredited certification or master’s credential in a new area makes more sense.

Many of the distance learning colleges available will allow anyone with a BA in Education to change their specialty.  You will want to determine if you are certain of your new career path and check with your school to see what courses are required.

For those with a Bachelor Degree in a Field OTHER THAN Education:-

Today there are many online academic programs that cater to students who already have earned a Bachelor’s in another field who need to become teachers. Many online programs enroll full-time students employed within another industry by helping them earn a teaching degree in about 18 months.

Most commonly, those with Bachelor’s degrees in other fields will obtain a second graduate degree in Education; however, in some instances, these students can earn a Masters level. Each program is different so you should check with the program to see if there are residential student teaching requirements. In addition, it is important to check with your individual state to see if there are any other specific requirements.

There are many options available for everyone interested in becoming teachers. Whether you are obtaining your first graduation or looking to change careers, there are many online options for all prospective students. “So what skills are required to be a teacher?” is best answered by checking with the requirements in the state in which you plan to teach and talking with a university that has a program you are most interested in attending.

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