What are the benefits of being a PE teacher?
Becoming a PE teacher comes with many benefits including health, retirement and a great schedule. In regards to career growth, as a teacher gains experience, they may advance to department administration positions such as athletic directors or physical education directors.
How many hours a week does a PE teacher work?
How much does a PE teacher make a month?
What Is the Average Physical Education Teacher Salary by State
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What grades can I teach with a single subject credential?
The Single Subject Teaching Credential authorizes the holder to teach the specific subject(s) named on the credential in departmentalized classes, such as those in most middle schools and high schools, in grades preschool, K–12, or in classes organized primarily for adults.
Is teaching an easy job?
But, no, contrary to what most non-teachers think, it is not an easy job, even under the best of circumstances. In the right school, though, it can be a very rewarding job. Unfortunately, over the last 15 years all the joy of teaching has been sucked right out of the profession.
Why is teaching such a bad job?
Being a public school teacher is a bad job. There are 6 main reasons for this: 1) Classes are too large. 2) The students have too much power. 3) Parents either don’t care about education or are not happy with you for some reason.
What is subject matter competency?
The Commission on Teacher Credentialing requires that Single Subject Credential candidates demonstrate adequate knowledge in all the areas of subject matter they wish teach. This is called the Subject Matter Competence requirement.
What is a subject matter preparation program?
Single Subject Matter Preparation Programs (SMPP) that operate like major or minor programs through which prospective teachers learn the subject matter content and learn to use the knowledge they will be teaching in pre K-12 grade classes.