Extractions: All general education Volunteers have a bachelor's degree (which can be in any discipline) and a strong interest in teaching, often with some tutoring or teaching experience. Some of these Volunteers have course work in math and science and have the skills to teach these subjects at the secondary level. South Africa, 1998 Most general education Volunteers work in middle or secondary schools teaching English, the Peace Corps' largest program. In addition to classroom teaching, Volunteers develop other projects related to their schools or communities. Volunteers also share resources, develop teaching materials with colleagues, and become involved in community and school-based outreach projects. Secondary education math teachers teach basic math concepts, including remedial math, geometry, algebra, statistics, probability, and calculus. They also work with after-school programs, summer clubs, and library development. Secondary education science teachers teach general science, biology, chemistry, or physics at the middle- or high-school level. In addition to classroom teaching, Volunteers engage in school and community activities as an integral part of their roles as teachers in the community. Some Volunteers work with at-risk youths, providing them with vocational training, life-skills development, or health education. Read our privacy and freedom of information policies.
Extractions: Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook www.bls.gov OOH Search/A-Z Index BLS Home Get Detailed Statistics ... Find It! In DOL Printer-friendly version ( HTML PDF Nature of the Work Working Conditions Employment Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement ... Sources of Additional Information Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Teachers act as facilitators or coaches, using interactive discussions and "hands-on" learning to help students learn and apply concepts in subjects such as science, mathematics, or English. As teachers move away from the traditional repetitive drill approaches and rote memorization, they are using more "props" or "manipulatives" to help children understand abstract concepts, solve problems, and develop critical thought processes. For example, they teach the concepts of numbers or adding and subtracting by playing board games. As children get older, they use more sophisticated materials such as science apparatus, cameras, or computers.
General Health RELATED TOPICS Drugs general. LEVEL teacher reference for primary and secondary. FROM health Promotion Services 3 manual, the program aims to teach children the skills to cope http://www.sdep.wa.edu.au/hotlinks/general.htm
Extractions: [ Back to: Contents Resource Focus School Drug Education Project Resources for Primary Schools - General Health Dirty tricks : classroom games for teaching social skills Friendly kids, friendly classrooms : teaching social skills and confidence in the classroom Health in schools [periodical] Hopscotch [videorecording] Life education Skills for growing (series) Photolanguage Australia : human values [pictures] R-10 health and physical education : classroom guides for teachers A self-concept curriculum for young children What if... MCGRATH, Helen SCIS NO: Although not specifically drug focused, this book contains excellent information about self-esteem and relationship education. It is a readable and practical text that will help teachers plan classroom strategies for developing their students social skills. Part 1 gives an overview and basic strategies to encourage a positive class atmosphere and reduce put-downs and negativity. Part 2 includes fourteen specific social skills and Part 3 contains comprehensive instructions for twelve games to develop these skills. Skills include: taking responsibility; being a leader; negotiating; respecting others opinions; playing fairly; being a good winner and loser; and showing tolerance.
Extractions: K-12 Teacher Resources Subaru Educator State Standards Biggs Award ... Earth Science Week Some documents may require Acrobat Reader Return to K-12 Teacher Resources Sorted by: Topic Age Group GSA is not responsible for content on web sites linked from our site. However, please contact us if you encounter broken links. Internet Sites Integrative Science Sustainability Books Careers www.usgs.gov/
College Of Education And Psychology General Information Five degree programs (health occupations education, technology education lead toa license to teach in grades 9 to become teachers of secondary English, Social http://www2.ncsu.edu/reg_records/ug_catalog/programs/edu_psyc/geninfo.htm
Extractions: General Information The College of Education focuses on issues of human development from both psychological and educational perspectives. With emphasis upon the preparation of middle grades, high school, and post-secondary teachers, counselors, supervisors and administrators, the college seeks students who are dedicated to the improvement of human beings through education, research and service and who are sensitive to the complexity of the teaching/learning processes. The college is composed of the Department of Adult and Community College Education, Educational Research and Leadership and Counselor Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Mathematics, Science and Technology Education. Undergraduate degree programs are offered in education general studies, health occupations education, business and marketing education, mathematics education, middle grades education, science education, and technology education. In addition to being admitted to a curriculum, all teacher education candidates must meet program requirements for admission to candidacy in teacher education (including a 2.500 or higher overall grade point average after the sophomore year) and for admission to student teaching (including a 2.500 or higher GPA overall in one's teaching field, and in professional studies). Five degree programs (health occupations education, technology education, business and marketing education, mathematics education, and science education) lead to a license to teach in grades 9-12. A program of professional preparation is provided for those students enrolled in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences who wish to become teachers of secondary English, Social Studies, and teachers of French and Spanish, Grades K-12. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Education jointly provide a program to prepare students to become secondary agriculture teachers.
Extractions: University Services The Secondary Education curriculum consists of University General Education Requirements, a teaching major, a teaching minor, and a sequence of professional education courses including one semester of pre-student teaching and one semester of student teaching. The policy of the College of Education is to provide teaching experiences in both an urban and a suburban setting. No grade below a "C" (including a "C -") may be counted in major, minor, or professional education courses. Students who plan to major in either French, German, Italian, Latin, Russian, or Spanish will earn their degrees from the College of Liberal Arts. Completion of at least 53 semester hours, including at least 12 hours in the major, is required for admission
Health Education Graduate Course Descriptions general methods instruction includes unit construction, lesson plans courses in thehealth/secondary education programs Students planning to teach must request a http://www.sage.edu/divisions/education/hed.htm
Extractions: Course Descriptions HED 508. Personal Health Behavior 3 Cr. This course is an opportunity to explore the full range of personal health concerns of individuals in the United States, especially those issues which can be addressed through health education processes. Emphasis of the course is on examining personal health issues and developing effective health education strategies to assist individuals to improve their health status. HED 545. Nutrition for Special Needs Throughout the Lifecycle 3 Cr.(Also NTR 545) Individuals of all ages with health impairments and physical disabilities such as cystic fibrosis, alcohol and drug addictions, cerebral palsy, and severe food allergies often need special diets or assistance at mealtime. This course will cover current New York state regulations, food selection and presentation, as well as general nutrition requirements throughout the life cycle, fundamentals of positioning for mealtimes, facilitating useful eating skills, inhibiting abnormal patterns of movement, and recognizing and coping with feeding emergencies. HED 540. Effective School Organization 3 Cr.(Also EDU 540, SED 540, GDC 540)
General Studies - Option I And Option II for a medical, dental or other health career may may also be chosen by those wishingto teach integrated science at the middle school or secondary level http://www.clas.pdx.edu/GeneralStudies.html
Extractions: For appointments, walk-in schedules or questions, please call Laura Wilkinson, Academic Advising Assistant at 503-725-3822 The Option II A General Studies major may serve as an interim major allowing the student to explore the variety of course work in a general area of interest before deciding on a departmental major. Often, after choosing the General Studies major, students discover their interest is piqued by a specific department and, after taking several classes in a specific department, they follow that interest to a departmental major.
Rural Health Outreach The benefits for the general population are well selfhelp materials to teach healthpromoting behaviors can reduce limitation from secondary conditions, such http://rtc.ruralinstitute.umt.edu/health/RuHOutreach.htm
Extractions: The New Directions for Living Well program improves the health of people with physical disabilities by helping them develop healthy lifestyles that reduce the incidence of secondary conditions. New Directions is a continuum of care that begins by meeting with people in their own homes and works with them to increase healthy behaviors, such as regular exercise. A partnership of several Montana entities will provide services: Missoula County Area Agency on Aging Missoula City/County Public Health Center for Behavioral Medicine, St. Patrick Hospital Missoula YMCA Summit Independent Living Center The University of Montana Rural Institute The overall purpose of this project is to demonstrate a financially viable health promotion program for rural Americans with disabilities that supports their efforts to lead healthy, independent lives. All people, including those with physical disabilities, can benefit substantially from health promotion and fitness programs. The benefits for the general population are well-known. Beyond that, people with injury- or disease-caused physical limitations can broaden their "narrow margin of health" and reduce their risk for a variety of secondary conditions through healthy lifestyle changes.
Teach More Love More - Community Resources Comprehensive health, 305995-1235. Elementary, secondary and WorkforceDevelopment, 305-995-1907. general Education Degree (GED), 305-995-2811. http://www.teachmorelovemore.org/CommunityResourcesList.asp?catid=6&subcatid=33
Extractions: Adults and Mental Health Chapter Overview Mental Health in Adulthood Stressful Life Events ... References The cause of schizophrenia has not yet been determined, although research points to the interaction of genetic endowment and major environmental upheaval during development of the brain. This section first discusses genetic studies and then turns to the evidence for neurodevelopmental disruption. These lines of research are beginning to converge: neurodevelopmental disruption may be the result of genetic and/or environmental stressors early in development, leading to subtle alterations in the brain. Furthermore, environmental factors later in development can either exacerbate or ameliorate expression of genetic or neurodevelopmental defects. The overarching message is that the onset and course of schizophrenia are most likely the result of an interaction between genetic and environmental influences. Figure 4-3 ). However, in about 40 percent of identical twins in which one is diagnosed with schizophrenia, the other never meets the diagnostic criteria. The discordance among identical twins clearly indicates that environmental factors likely also play a role (DSM-IV). Figure 4-3. Risk of developing schizophrenia
10thSept.general The aim of the book is to teach graph plotting useful publication enabling a roundedview of health and safety most areas likely to arise in secondary school. http://www.york.ac.uk/org/ciec/GRG/10thSept_general.htm
Extractions: Secondary General Science reviews Home Primary: General Primary: Living things Primary: Materials ... Teaching Scientifically Able Pupils in the Secondary School NACE/GSK A 56 page book aimed at thescience teacher (or the teacher with special responsibility for more able pupils). Sections include: Identifying the more able pupil, Strategic planning for the more able pupil in Science, Group Work, Assessment of understanding, Gender and A quick guide to developing strategies for the more able. A very thorough treatment of how to recognise and enable the scientifically able child to fulfill their potential. The strategy is to develop the childs questioning, reasoning etc and to stretch them using science. The more able child is often discontented with what school can offer them. Keyword:
Professional Experience Office experience is seen by the Faculty of Education, health and Professional secondary. InterimGrad Dip Ed / Combined Degree / B teach / B general StudiesB teach http://fehps.une.edu.au/F/d/curric/SchExp/
Learn And Teach - Secondary Online Science for public understanding Physics Chemistry Psychology* health and Social Developedspecifically for post16 general Studies, Biology, SPU, Psychology http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/education/teachers/secondaryonline.asp
Extractions: search visiting exhibitions online let's talk ... printed publications The Museum is a tremendous resource for post-16 students, offering excellent opportunities for structured and self-directed learning. Some of the activities listed here can be used by students independent of a visit. If you are planning to bring a group to the Science Museum, please ensure you book your visit in advance. For information about booking click here . Or go straight to our online booking form Try to organise your day at the Museum to include a range of different activities, and allow some free time for students to enjoy areas relevant to their own interest. The Museum's galleries can be used to support the following subject areas (* denotes that downloadable activity sheets/teachers' notes and/or printed publications are available see section below) Biology and biological sciences courses*
Extractions: 1005 [PEPR 1005]. Introduction to Kinesiology and Health Promotion. 2. A survey of the discipline of kinesiology and health promotion. Students master knowledge specific to kinesiology and health promotion, develop critical thinking skills, and develop basic competence in communication skills and information literacy.
Extractions: Elementary Health Education Minor Adviser: Professor Mariamne Whatley, 244C Teacher Education Building, 263-4644/262-2463, firstname.lastname@example.org The health minor may be completed by students in Secondary or Elementary Education programs. Requirements differ slightly between the Elementary and Secondary health minors; both are presented below. Students are required to meet with the faculty adviser before beginning a health minor. Return to Top A 2.75 overall grade-point average is required for all minor course work taken at UW-Madison, excluding prerequisites and Education course work. This grade-point average may be modified by the Last 60 Credits Rule The secondary teaching minor in Health Education is primarily available for students with majors leading to secondary certification in English, Family and Consumer Science, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies, or school nurse certification. This minor prepares teachers to: (1) teach health as a separate course or as a planned integral part of other areas of instruction and (2) assist the school administration and teaching staff in developing a broad school health program. Note: Certification in a major area of interest must accompany the completion of this minor; students cannot be certified to teach only in a minor area. Certification is also available to practicing teachers. Secondary Minor Course Work Complete a minimum of 25 credits, excluding prerequisite course work and professional education requirements. The courses listed below are Curriculum and Instruction unless otherwise indicated.
University Of Montana Course Articulation BIOL314, general ECOLOGY, BIOL340, ECOLOGY. EDUC450, secondary teachING PRACT, C I405, STUDENT teach secondary. HPE 325, ORG/ADMIN OF health/PE, HHP 365, PE, SPORT http://www.nmclites.edu/stuaffairs/registrar/Univ_of_Mont_Articulation.htm
Extractions: University of Montana Course Evaluation Guide Final Course Transfer Guide FINAL LIST APPROVED BY DEPT. CHAIRS March 2, 1998 MSU NORTHERN COURSE Missoula U of M Equivilent AG 101 ANIMAL SCIENCE AG 102 PLANT SCIENCE AG 204 SOILS FOR 210 INTRODUCTORY SOILS AG 244 LIVESTOCK FEEDING AG 254 AG 299 LIVESTOCK FEEDING AG 305 AG COMMODITY MARKETING ART 100 INTRO TO ART ART APPRECIATION ART 115 CERAMICS CERAMICS I ART 150 2-D DESIGN I COLOR AND DESIGN ART 204 PRINTMAKING ART 231 PRINTMAKING I/ETCHING ART 250 GRAPHIC DESIGN I ART 254 PAINTING I PAINTING I ART 270 INTRO TO PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY I ART 304 STONE LITHOGRAPHY ART 333 PRINTMAKING II ART 354 PAINTING II PAINTING II ART 355 PAINTING II PAINTING II ART 356 WATERCOLOR PAINTING II ART 450 GRAPHIC DESIGN III CELL BIOLOGY LEC ESSENTIALS OF BIOL W/LAB DIVERSITY OF LIFE LEC MICROBIOLOGY ELEM MEDICAL MICROBIOL GENERAL ECOLOGY ECOLOGY ORNITHOLOGY ORNITHOLOGY LEC MTHDS TCHG SECONDARY SCI UNDERGRAD RESEARCH BUS 100 INTRO TO BUSINESS INTRO TO BUSINESS BUS 120 LEADERSHIP/QUALITY MGMT BUS 220 LEADERSHIP/QUALITY MGMT BUS 245 PERSONAL FINANCE BUS 250 BUSINESS STATISTICS BUS 261 PRIN OF ACCOUNTING I FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING BUS 262 PRIN OF ACCOUNTING II CET 181 SURVEYING CET 221 ENGINEERING MECHANICS CET 232 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS CET 305 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS CET 307 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS CET 315 SOIL MECHANICS/FOUNDATNS CET 361 DESIGN/STEEL CET 375 APPLIED FLUIDS CET 411 REINFORCED CONCRETE GEN INORG CHEM I LEC GEN INORGANC CHEM II/LEC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I ORGANIC CHEMISTRY/LEC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II ORGANIC CHEMISTRY/LEC CIS 110 INTRO TO COMPUTERS
UBC Deptartment Of Zoology - Newsletter Appointment, summer semester to teach general biology. information on secondary, postsecondary,technical institute organizations such as health Canada, Coast http://www.zoology.ubc.ca/~gorkoff/newsletter/news.html
Extractions: updated Feb. 27/03 Announcements Volunteers needed at Burnaby Lake Nature House - If you have a special interest in nature, are enthusiastic, motivated and created, you can be a Burnaby Lake Nature House Volunteer. Time commitment is a 4-hour shift each weekend May through August, with the option of additional volunteer opportunities throughout the week. Closing date for applications is Apr. 2/03 at 12 noon. Fax, mail or drop off resumes to Candace Ng, GVRD Parks, Central Area Office, 9146 Avalon Ave., Burnaby, BC V3N 4G8 (fax 604-520-3520 Attn. Candace Ng; or email Cang@gvrd.bc.ca Upcoming Thesis Defence Wed., Mar. 12: Greta Slooten (MSc, Whitlock lab) - An Examination Of The Evolutionary Basis Of Range Limitation Upcoming Seminars (Check websites noted) UBC's Third Annual Research Awareness Week - Mar. 8-15
Extractions: Locations and Educational Levels Function Definitions Instruction Face-to-Face Teaching Instructional Teachers: salaries and related employment costs for teachers who interact with pupils face-to-face, or via electronic means. Includes classroom, hospital and home bound teachers. Includes the cost of third-party instructional services for district students (e.g. advanced college courses, or specialized classes provided by another district) . Includes the cost of travel for hospital, home bound, and itinerant teachers. Includes only the teaching portion of an expenditure for department chairpersons who also teach. Also includes drivers education teachers if taught during normal school hours and offered without a fee and restricted to students (otherwise assigned to Extracurricular Substitutes are the s ame as Instructional Teachers, except used for certified teachers not on permanent assignment.
Frequently Asked Questions About Certification MU offers the following secondary education areas Biology Chemistry such as Art,Music, and health and Physical You may teach Life Science and general Science http://muweb.millersville.edu/~cert/faq.htm
Extractions: What can I teach? General Must I be a US citizen to receive a PA teaching certificate? If you are not a US citizen, you must submit a notarized copy of your permanent immigrant visa and a "Declaration of Intent to Become a Citizen of the United States" form when you apply for your certificate. Do I need a teaching certificate to substitute teach? To substitute teach in public schools a certificate is required. Some private schools may not require one. Becoming Certified I want to teach high school students. Do I get a certificate in secondary education? There is no teaching certificate in secondary education in general. You must choose a specific subject area. MU offers the following secondary education areas: