Jobs related to providing or assisting in the delivery of educational or instructional material to children, adolescents, adults or professionals in classrooms, workshops, or using other methods. May include creation of learning material and content, providing learning resources and supporting any special needs individuals.You can explore Sub Job Families and linked industry, careers and courses from links below.
Postsecondary teachers instruct students on academic, technical or vocational subjects to students beyond the high school level, who are either working towards a degree or doing a certification course. Post secondary teachers include college and university professor, graduate teaching assistants and technical education instructors. Apart from teaching, these professionals are also required to conduct research in their subject and publish papers and articles, and follow new developments in the field. They may also consult with business houses, non-profit organizations and government bodies in their area of expertise. Teachers and instructors may work part time, only involved in teaching, or full time, handling various administrative responsibilities of the department/institute in addition to teaching courses.
The Educational Instruction and Library Occupations pathway includes Instructional Coordinators who develop instructional material and provide training to teachers, teaching assistants at preschool, elementary, middle, secondary and post secondary levels as well as for special education, farm and home management educators who instruct and advise individuals and families engaged in agriculture, agricultural-related processes, or home management activities. Apart from this it also includes other educational and library workers.
Preschool, elementary, middle and secondary school and special education teachers play a crucial role in stimulating the social and intellectual growth of children during their developmental years and bestow the tools and environment for their development into responsible adults. Their duties include planning and imparting lessons, grading assignments and papers, discussing academic progress or issues of students with parents, listening to presentations, preparing results and report cards, and maintaining the decorum of the classroom. Preschool and elementary teachers typically teach mathematics, science, language and social studies, using teaching aids such as books, computers, games, music and other tools to make learning interactive. Middle and secondary school teachers specialize in one or more subjects and help the students achieve deeper understanding of them. Special education teachers instruct or teach students with disabilities such as physical impairments, emotional or mental issues, autism or learning disabilities, often modifying the standard curriculum as per each studentÆ??s individual requirements.
Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education, and English as a Second Language Instructors include professionals who teach and provide training to adults. This training maybe in non degree basic and secondary education and literacy, or in teaching English as a second language to persons looking to move to English speaking countries. Instruction may not necessarily take place in a traditional classroom setting.
The Librarians, Curators and Archivists pathway includes professionals who appraise, catalogue, process and preserve historically valuable documents and records, look after the collections of historic items and artworks, or develop, maintain, select and organize library collections. In addition, they restore, maintain, or prepare objects in museum collections for storage, research, or exhibit, assist users in locating and organizing information, compile records, remove or repair damaged books and media etc. These professionals are typically employed by libraries, universities, archives, museums, art galleries and private organizations or they may be self employed.