Teaching Careers and Professional Development

Preschool Director: Education, Salary, and Outlook

By The SHARE Team January 2, 2020

Preschool directors have an important role in early childhood education. In general, they’re responsible for supervising the daily programs and schedules, staff, and budgets at childcare centers or preschools. Preschool directors can work for private childcare centers or within public school district preschool programs. Many preschool directors begin their careers as early childhood education teachers… Read More

Provost: Education, Salary, and Outlook

By The SHARE Team December 30, 2019

The school provost reports directly to the college or university president. This position comes with weighty responsibilities, but it can be exciting, too. The provost is responsible for implementing academic priorities for the university and creating the direction of the curricula, as well as allocating the resources to support each initiative. The position requires working… Read More

Department Chair: Education, Salary, and Outlook

By The SHARE Team December 27, 2019

Department chairs stand on the front lines of education, handling a great deal of preparation work each semester. These professionals might spend all summer working on revisions to the curricula and training teachers about the changes. The start of the school year can be a rush of meeting students, on-boarding new teachers to the department,… Read More

Tutor: Education, Salary, and Outlook

By The SHARE Team December 24, 2019

Tutors have the unique opportunity to see first-hand how a little extra instruction and work can pay off in a big way. They can experience the true satisfaction of giving a struggling child the gift of confidence. As a tutor, you may teach students singly or in groups, and cover a variety of subjects or… Read More

Trauma-Informed Specialist: Education, Salary, and Outlook

By The SHARE Team December 20, 2019

With acts of violence reported daily on the evening news and, unfortunately, occurring frequently in school systems, the role of a trauma-informed specialist is becoming more and more critical to educators. Victims of trauma may need extra help to get them through the school day and to overcome memories of events. These specialists can help… Read More

CTE Teacher: Education, Salary, and Outlook

By The SHARE Team December 18, 2019

Career and technical education teachers, or CTE teachers, prepare young people and adults for a wide range of careers that demand specialized skills. CTE teachers are employed in middle schools, high schools, community colleges, junior colleges, and trade and business schools. Most CTE teachers work during the day, although some teach weekend or evening classes…. Read More

Robotics Teacher: Education, Salary, and Outlook

By The SHARE Team December 12, 2019

Robotics is an exciting, expanding industry. According to the International Federation of Robotics, robot sales are steadily increasing by several billion dollars each year in the medical, agriculture, and manufacturing sectors. As more and more processes in these and other industries are left to robots, the next-generation workforce will need to be able to build,… Read More

Literacy and Reading Coach: Job, Requirements, and Outlook

By The SHARE Team November 20, 2019

Literacy and reading coaches, sometimes referred to as literary coordinators or instructional coordinators, are a vital part of the education system in the United States and across the world. They work with educators and students to enhance classroom learning by helping to develop curriculum-based lesson plans, conducting lesson demonstrations and evaluations, and analyzing student literacy… Read More

Jargon-Free Instructional Design

By Zachary Fruhling July 20, 2018

Instructional design (ID) can sometimes be an overly complicated and diverse field with various instructional design models and complicated terminology. But I’ve always found that instructional design can be simplified if you stick to a few important principles and ask yourself a small number of intuitive questions. Instructional design: What does it mean? Simply put:… Read More

Best Websites to Search for Jobs in Higher Education

By The SHARE Team June 11, 2018

Whether you’re already working in higher education or you’re wanting to explore your options, it can be challenging to know where to begin your research. So we’ve compiled a list of resources that features helpful information about finding jobs in higher education. Academic 360 A collection of internet resources, this site includes faculty, staff, and… Read More

Music classes give children a special outlet to explore their feelings and express themselves creatively. As a music teacher, you will guide your students through musical practice, giving them a chance to use musical instruments and their own voices and bodies to generate musical sounds, melodies and harmonies. Along the way, you may just instill… Read More

Beyond the Classroom: Career Options for Teachers

By Margaret Steen April 3, 2017

Earning a teaching credential can help prepare you as a classroom teacher. But sometimes we’re in need of a career change. Although it can be scary to navigate the unknown, there’s good news: your training, on-the-job experience, and subject matter expertise all amount to an array of transferable skills that are highly sought after in… Read More

In a recent report from the National Center for Education Statistics, of the 1.5 million faculty in degree-granting postsecondary institutions, 47 percent were part-time. Part-time faculty are also referred to as adjunct faculty. Given the large number of adjuncts teaching students, the position of an adjunct is clearly an important one. Colleges need instructors, and… Read More

Mathematics teachers are conceptual thinkers with logical minds and strong memorization abilities. They have a knack for spotting patterns and identifying similarities and differences among groupings that aren’t always obvious to others. As professionals, they are devoted to accuracy, objective analyses, and dedicated to helping students learn.  If you are “fluent in math” and have… Read More

Science Teacher Career: Job, Education, and Salary Information

By Alisa Bates, PhD October 15, 2014

Science teachers impart a deeper understanding of the world in which we live. They support creative analysis and scientific reasoning. They explore the universe and seek answers to our questions through research and experiments. Teaching science is a rewarding career for people with an aptitude and passion for the subject. At-a-glance: Science teachers Science teacher… Read More