If you fall into the category of wanting to teach but not having the necessary credentials, look no further.
If you are reading this article, then you are using “assistive educational technology”. As technology expands and expands, new forms have been tested and implemented in education, which in many ways has been transformative for the way humans learn. We have E-books, online forums, video chat, microsoft office and myriad ways to connect, talk and inform.
“I don’t know how you do it. I know I couldn’t.” This is one of the most common refrains uttered at parent-teacher conferences. Most people will tout the importance of teachers, but few will ever seriously consider becoming one. While the reasons for why you should consider teaching are many. Here are three compelling arguments for a career as a classroom instructor:
Teacher preparation programs have long been an issue in the U.S. So much so that recently, in an effort to encourage improvement, President Obama called for a plan from the Education Department to overhaul how teacher preparation programs are evaluated.