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What degree should I take to be come Primary Teacher ?

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Naomi’s Answer

Entering the profession of an educator starts with investigating in what type of influence as an educator do you want to impact our world with your educational passion and career expertise? What type of content/subject area expertise are YOU truly passionate about, and want to motivate students with engaging new knowledge and learning experiences. Next, which grade level and content area focus do you want to make a professional career out of to make an impact with students, and work collaboratively with other teacher teammates? Whether it is PreK-2 or 3-5 elementary grades, identify your comfort level with grade levels of students to narrow your focus.

Steps to Becoming a Teacher

  1. Earn a Bachelor's Degree. All states require K-12 public school teachers to have at least a bachelor's degree. ...
  2. Engage in Student Teaching. Gaining classroom experience is a must for teachers. ...
  3. Get Certified or Licensed. ...
  4. Continue With Higher Education.


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Naomi’s Answer

Entering the profession of a primary educator starts with investigating in what type of influence as an educator do you want to impact our educational world with passion and expertise? What type of content/subject area expertise are YOU truly passionate about, and want to motivate students with engaging new knowledge and learning experiences. Next, which grade level and content area focus do you want to make a professional career out of to make an impact with students, and work collaboratively with other teacher teammates? Whether it is Prek-2 or 3-5th grade elementary focus, identify your comfort level with grade levels of students to narrow your focus.

There are also specialty educator professions that are highly sought after in the primary grades that require a master's degree that can follow your bachelors degree, and increase your salary. They include the following: Speech Pathologist, Guidance Counselor, Special Education Specialist, ELL Specialist, Technology Coordinator, and Elementary Principal.

Steps to Becoming a Teacher

  1. Earn a Bachelor's Degree. All states require K-12 public school teachers to have at least a bachelor's degree. ...
  2. Engage in Student Teaching. Gaining classroom experience is a must for teachers. ...
  3. Get Certified or Licensed. ...
  4. Continue With Higher Education.

Best of luck on your educational journey,

Naomi Harm, Educator of 20+ years

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T.’s Answer

Contingent upon the state, instructors may have to procure a graduate degree to educate in government-funded schools. Planned instructors who have four-year certifications in zones outside of elementary schooling may have to finish an educator training system to acquire full accreditation.
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Rahul’s Answer

You can do an undergraduate that leads to a qualified teacher for example:

Bachelor of Education (BEd), Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc). Then you can prepare for competitive exam which are responsible for Primary school teacher.

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