Teaching is an amazing profession. Watch the videos below to really help illustrate what we mean here. Then, see our “learn more” section in education to see how vast the education landscape really is. We at CM101 are in the greater world of education, so its not just about teaching. Many schools offer a five-year track whereby you can attain your bachelor’s degree, as well as your teaching credential as well as your masters’ degree.
"Whether they aspire to become teachers, policymakers, researchers or educational leaders, our undergraduate and graduate students are prepared to lead with impact. Our academic programs are designed with America’s greatest educational needs in mind and prepare students to work at all levels of the educational system to increase equity, accessibility and innovation."
(Provided By: Brown University)
"As a Whitworth education major, you will be part of a caring, dynamic community that views teaching as a calling. You will grow to become an educator of mind and heart – one who serves as a scholar, community member, effective practitioner, visionary leader and advocate. Meaningful interactions with professors, local teachers and administrators will expand and deepen your development. Upon graduation, you will be prepared to pursue employment immediately as a compassionate and competent teacher the world needs."
(Provided By: Whitworth University)
"Many of the College of Education’s bachelor’s degrees focus on teacher education in the various fields of early childhood elementary education, physical education, music education, secondary education, and special education."
(Provided By: The University of Alabama)
"In early field experience you will observe and assist teachers in classrooms in order to explore various age levels and subject areas. In a second phase, you will start to use the skills that are being developed as you teach short lessons and help with more classrooms duties in preparation for student teaching."
(Provided By: Bluffton University)
"Loyola University Maryland's undergraduate programs in education prepare you with the knowledge, skills, and tools you need to be an effective educator in any classroom. Our program offers a strong liberal arts foundation combined with intense knowledge development and field-based experiences. Teacher candidates are prepared for teaching through a program which blends theory with practice."
(Provided By: Loyola University - Maryland)
"Our students come to study education from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. You may be involved with youth programs and our courses may provide added insight into your experiences as a counselor or volunteer. You might be interested in teaching as a profession and our program can offer methodological and theoretical insight to the aspiring teacher."
(Provided By Wellesley College)
"Through the efforts of faculty and collaborative partners, we balance research and practice to positively impact local, national, and global communities. Innovative and integrative scholarship, analysis, and reflection are hallmarks of our teaching practice."
(Provided By: The College of St. Rose)