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what are some advantages and opportunity for advancements in teaching and coaching

I like being around younger kids like k-4 and i don't mind talking to young kids.
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Margaret’s Answer

I agree with David. I have friends that are national board certified and not only does it come with a pay raise for them, it also them be better teachers. I always recommend any type of professional development because it is two way. It helps you have a better understanding of something, but also helps the person or group you're working with.
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David’s Answer

Being national board-certified seemed to be a big deal for my sister-in-law teacher, earning respect among teachers and principals in her school system.
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Consuelo’s Answer

The teaching world is a great opportunity to impact students at any age. You can develop others and learn in that same environment for your future as well. You can explore different options while you start your career in teaching and see what is a better fit for you. You can always build your earnings as you network and enhance your resume if you want to capitalize on a promotion or further advance your career.
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Melody’s Answer

Hi Noah,

Reading your question brought a number of things to mind. Your question leads to an image of a tree. Many start out their focus on being a licensed classroom teacher. You are asked to have more advanced degrees or certifications to teach upper level grades usually (6-12). Here is where you can branch into more administrative roles such as Dean, Principal or Academic Coach. These roles usually require experience along with the advanced degrees or certifications. You will find that other roles are available depending on the structure of the school system (Public Charter, Public, Parochial, Montessori, etc.). One thing I advise is to know your school's setting well. As education faces many challenges and changes to meet the needs of students, different roles are created or redesigned to fill a need. Equally, support roles are taking on more importance and focus as educational style has shifted and continues to change over time. Examples of educational support roles; https://www.thebalancecareers.com/education-job-titles-2061553. Some of these roles do not require a teaching license, but at least a bachelor's degree.
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