Those interested in becoming an educator have many options to choose from. Educators work in child care centers, schools, colleges and universities, corporate offices, and other places where teaching and learning occur on a regular basis. The success of every industry and profession hinges upon the success of education and training. Without the efforts of educators and other trainers, employees in every profession would lack the basic skills necessary to read, write, and function.
Career Ideas for Teens in Education and Training, Second Edition explores the wide variety of jobs available for those interested in planning, developing, managing, and providing education and training services as well as the support services necessary to make learning possible.
Job articles include:
- Adult literacy teacher
- College dean
- Distance learning coordinator
- Elementary school teacher
- Instructional coordinator
- Speech-language pathologist
- Technology administrator.
Full-color illustrations. Index. Appendix.
About the Author(s)
Diane Lindsey Reeves is the founder of Bright Futures Press. She holds an undergraduate degree in elementary education as well as a master's-level certification in applied communications. She is the author or coauthor of several books and series of books, including the Career Ideas for Kids and Virtual Apprentice series for Ferguson's. Reeves also conducts workshops on teaching career-planning skills to students. She resides in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Kelly Gunzenhauser has a master's degree in English and has been an editor and writer in the educational publishing field for more than 13 years. She is an avid school volunteer and substitute teacher. She lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.