This program, whose leader organization is Future Educators of America, introduces college-bound seniors to the teaching profession and gives them a head start on the path to a successful teaching career. Instructional topics include instructional strategies, history of education, diverse learning styles, appropriate learning atmosphere, classroom technology, and monitoring and assessing student performance. Each student must also complete field experiences in actual elementary, middle school and high school classrooms. From this program, students may be able to obtain technical and professional level careers in planning, managing and providing education and training services and related learning support services.
LocationParma Senior High School CreditsSenior year - 4 CurriculumIntroduction to Education and TrainingOrganizational ProcessesCommunicationsFoundations of EducationSafety and HealthTechnologyChild Growth and DevelopmentCurriculum StrategiesInstructional StrategiesFamily/Community Collaboration and CommunicationProfessional Development and GrowthLearning and Developmental CharacteristicsAssessmentLearning EnvironmentInternships and Multiple Levels of EducationCreation of a Portfolio College CreditAvailable college credit awarded upon meeting articulation requirements
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Student OrganizationFuture Educators of America CompetitionsFuture Teachers of America Teacher Contact InformationTami Wozniak-Smith440-885-2300