Secondary Education Teacher
- Use hands-on techniques to teach students
- Apply concepts of math, science, art and english
- Coach students in specialized subjects
Teachers act as coaches, using interactive discussions and “hands-on” learning to help students learn and apply concepts in subjects such as science, mathematics, art or English. Many classes are becoming less structured, with students working in groups to discuss and solve problems together.
Preparing students for the future workforce is the major incentive in generating the changes in education. To be prepared, students must be able to interact with others as well as perform the skills of the job. Education is currently adapting new technology, and utilizing logically thinking in a business environment. Teachers provide the tools for their students to develop these skills.
Secondary school teachers help students probe more deeply into subjects first introduced in high schools and expose them to more information about how they work in the world. Subject specialization includes subjects such as English, Spanish and mathematics.
Teachers may use films, slides, overhead projectors, and the latest technology in teaching. It is the responsibility of the teacher to design classroom organization that will meet student needs and abilities.
Requires a degree in:
- Secondary Education with a specific specialization
- Basic Internet/Web Skills
- Conflict Management
- Curriculum Design
- Education/Training Software
- Interpersonal Communication
- Instructional/Teaching Strategies
- Maintaining Files and Records
- Organizational & Planning Skills
- Presentation & Speaking Skills
- Problem Solving & Critical Thinking
- Stress Management Skills
- Teaching & Training Skills