The Future Of Kindergarten And Elementary School Teachers

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Like a house we need a foundation. Without the foundation, like a house, we will fall apart at any chance we get. The foundation is the genesis of any product. I like to think of Kindergarten and Elementary school teachers as the foundation placers. These are the people who lay down the necessary tools to guide and instruct many children to be the future of this world. Giving them the knowledge to the unavoidable things in life. I have known I wanted to become an educator since I was in Elementary school myself. I was blessed with many opportunities to be a teacher’s assistant through out my whole education experience. In grade school I skipped my recess and gave my assistance to the other teacher, prepping the best I can to help the teachers …show more content…
The duties of a Kindergarten and Elementary teacher consist of multiple tasks. One thing that I would be required to plan lessons and teach subjects such as, reading, math, and writing, Along with lesson plans as a teacher I would also be teaching the younger students skills. Some of those skills would be: study technics, communicating with others, and how to work in large and small groups (BSL, 2014). To help students build the foundation they need to succeed in later grades, Teachers are required to evaluate students for their, abilities, strengths, and their weaknesses. The way they do that is to give students standardized test that are required by the sates. Not only do I evaluate the child, I will have to monitor their progress and adjust my teaching style to what will help and encourage the students. I would also have to communicate that information not only to the student in a way they will understand, but also to the parents of the student (BLS, 2014). I am looking forward to build the foundation the students need to keep going. Having the opportunity to help a student grow, and being apart of the …show more content…
Even with my experience being a teacher’s assistant I need further certifications and education. Most states require a Bachelor’s degree and/or, depending on public or private school systems, you also need to be certified. In public school systems you would need to be Licensed and Certified, but in a private school you will only need to be certified by the state (BLS, 2014). During my teaching career I will be required to fulfill different types of Teachers preparation programs, course in child psychology, annual development classes, and background checks (BLS, 2014). I will be going to Ivy Tech Community College, the finishing my degree at a University, to earn my Education Bachelor’s

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