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

Daily Tasks: Creating lesson plans, communicating with students and parents, parent teacher conferences, participating in staff meetings, reporting on student develpment and behavior, making use of technology given to them, the delivery of lesson, etc

Work Schedule: School Hours with addition work outside of class grading papers, creating lessons, having meetings, and advising clubs (if they are sponsors)
Work Skills: 1. Enjoy communicating your understanding to others 2. Have confidence. 3. Have great organisational skills 4. Work effectively in groups 5. Be able to deal with conflict 6. Motivate your students to do their best 7. Empathize with your Students. 8. Give feedback.
Salary: Average- $47,750
Work Environment: Who they work with- Parents, other teachers, principals, administrators,counselors, students,and the community Setting- Generally depends on the school's location. Most work in either a public or privates school ( others work in charter schools).
Education: A bachelor's degree is the minimum requirement for teachers . Elementary teachers hold bachelor's degrees in education, while high school teachers have degrees in a subject area. Special education teachers may major in special education or in a content area with a minor in special education. In some states, teachers must go on to earn a master's degrees.
Issues/ problems that may arise: Stress with a large class and meeting all the students needs, lack of teaching tools, unmotivated and disrespectful students, disrespectful parents, co workers, or administers.
Benefits: Retirement:teachers contribute 6% of their salaries to the state retirement fund, which gains interest over time Paid Holidays, Summer, Winter, Spring, and Fall breaks
How do they help children and/ or families? We know intuitively that these highly effective teachers can have an enriching effect on the daily lives of children and their lifelong educational and career aspirations. We now know empirically that these effective teachers also have a direct influence in enhancing student learning. Years of research on teacher quality support the fact that effective teachers not only make students feel good about school and learning, but also that their work actually results in increased student achievement. Studies have substantiated that a whole range of personal and professional qualities are associated with higher levels of student achievement. For example, we know that verbal ability, content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, certification status, ability to use a range of teaching strategies skillfully, and enthusiasm for the subject characterize more successful teachers.

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