Just like choosing a preschool for your child isn't easy, determining what kind of educational philosophy you want to follow can be difficult, and it's important to consider all factors. Weighing the pros and cons can be the perfect place to start-after you know exactly what Montessori entails, that is.
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If working with kids as a preschool teacher is your dream job, there are some things you should know first. We got the inside scoop from two experts on what becoming a preschool teacher is really like.
As a parent you already possess many of the skills needed to teach toddlers. Even if you doubt your abilities, it's likely you have strengths, skills and experience that have already molded you into teacher material.
Sometimes you can't dedicate years to earning a degree. But there are other ways in which you can begin advancing your education now! You can earn an early childhood education (ECE) certificate in as little as nine months.
A career working with children seems like a perfect fit for you, but you have some hesitations because you've never worked with children in a professional setting. Don't let that stop you! Instead, learn how you can prepare yourself to get a job in a daycare without experience!
Special education preschool jobs are expected to grow up to 21 percent through 2022, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
Teaching preschool requires a combination of education, experience and certain intangible traits. While education and experience will come with time and hard work, you may already have some or all of the necessary traits to become a preschool teacher.
There are plenty of part-time opportunities for educators out there. Whether you want a summer job related to your career, or something totally new, here are 25 ideas for summer jobs for teachers.
A recent survey of education professionals across America suggests that teachers' motivation for getting into the field is much more than just a jobless June, July and August.
"When you get a degree in education, you realize that every second you have a child in your classroom counts," says Michelle Gannon
In 2011, there were 24.2 million children under five years old in the U.S., and 48 percent of them were enrolled in some type of preschool. Those kids need preschool teachers who can lead them and show them that learning is fun, setting them up to be lifelong learners. If you think that's you, start here to learn how to become a preschool teacher.
You love working with children, you enjoy planning out your day and writing your thoughts down on paper and, most of all, you take pride in your ability to teach others about different subjects. With qualities like this, you are already a step ahead of the game in becoming a teacher.