Bachelors in Education
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On the course you will be provided with the knowledge and understanding of relevant theory, contemporary research and current policy developments that will enable you to enter the rapidly changing education workforce. You will explore issues such as inclusion and diversity, collaborative working and curriculum development from local, national and international perspectives
Degree requirement for this program are:
- Graduation or equivalent
- With at-least 2nd Division.
Working as a librarian can allow you to still help students in a learning capacity but in a different environment than the classroom. Many teachers figure out too late that the classroom isn’t for them, and this field is just a different approach to teaching. In high school (and even in grades lower than that), school counselors can be just as important as the teachers themselves. With no one else to turn to, students need the advice and help from school counselors more than they even know. Here’s one path that you might not think of right away. Instructional coordinators are the professionals in charge of making sure every teacher is teaching their students the right way. They design the teaching curriculum for the entire district and even manage the teaching standards required. Maybe you love working with students but want to help on a more personal level. Or perhaps you want to help people of all ages in a field that has a little more job security. Social work is the way to accomplish all of this.