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Education&Training

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1. Associate Degree an earned education track after an individual has successfully completed the necessary course requirements for a particular field at a community college.
2. Bachelor’s Degree an earned education track after an individual has successfully completed the necessary course requirements for a particular field at a university or four-year college
3. Master’s Degree an earned education after an individual has successfully completed the necessary course requirements for a bachelor’s degree in a particular field at a university or four-year college. This degree usually takes one to two years to complete.
4. Career and Technical Education courses of study that prepare students for careers in a specific trade or industry
5. Certified Teacher an individual who has obtained all the necessary educational requirements and licensures to instruct in a certain grade level or subject area.
6. Curriculum courses offered or taught in a school and what is to be taught within each course.
7. Learning Style the way cognitively, physically, or mentally that an individual learns, understands, and interprets information.
8. Lesson Plan a detailed outline for instruction that includes objective, procedures, materials, and assessment
9. Role Model a person whose behavior is imitated by others; a person whose actions are positive examples to others.
10. Teaching License a certification that an individual is capable to teach and has met the requirements for instructing in a specialized area.
11. Student Teaching a form of learning the craft of teaching by being supervised by a proficient teacher for a period of time before college gradution.
Created by: Cmcinnis