Being aTeacher Everything you need to know

"The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don't tell you what to see."

Daily tasks include assigning projects, grading papers, meeting with parents, plan lessons, and printing work sheets.

Work schedule begins at 8:00am-3:30pm. On average, they work about 10-12 hours most days. They spend 7 hours teaching, 30 mins usually after/before school, and 3-5 hours of planning.

Annual salary, on average, is around $47,000

A teacher's Work Environment usually involves students, and the guardians of those students. Along with the ones they teach, they are also very involved with the multiple kinds of faculty all throughout the school system.

Issues/problems that may arise- The more common events would be things like disrespectful students, parents, etc. There can also be problem with the materials in the classroom, for example, if the copy machines breaks, all of the things that the teachers had planned to print, is gone.

Benefits of being a teacher include entire family insurance, paid leave, and a wide variety of teacher grants ( extra money for retirement, or extra money in the case of teaching in a low income school district.

How do they help child and/or families? Teachers help push kids to be their best, or stress them out to the point it makes them stronger. There usually isn't an in between. Because knowledge is power, teachers help kids grow. Teachers also prepare their kids for college, which can have many benefits in the future.

Education required. Bachelors degree is the minimum requirement, along with the Praxis 1 and 2 subject assessments.

Work Skills- strong communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and the ability to work under pressure.


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