Become a Trades Instructor
You have extensive training in the world of trade and industry that you can use to teach local high school students. Build on your work experience and qualifications through our trades and industry educator program from A&M-Commerce. In under two years, you can be prepared to educate high school students from grades 6 through 12 in carpentry, automotive technology, cosmetology and masonry. Begin your new teaching career today!
No foreign language credits required
No thesis required
Trades and Industry Feature Courses
This course focuses on understanding learning theories and aligning effective teaching strategies that address the needs of all students. Included in this course will be a variety of diversity issues which focus on curricular, instructional, managerial and assessment techniques. Use of educational technologies in teaching and learning will be incorporated.
This course is designed for graduate students in the emergency permit or alternative certification program seeking initial teacher certification. The focus is on the reading process and the factors that condition its development. The importance of reading in school and in life serves as a background for critical evaluation of the methods and materials of reading instruction. Special consideration is given to the essential components of research-based programs and the features of classrooms that support effective beginning reading instruction.
This course will introduce the student to educational technology and current research on critical issues, trends, diffusion and adoption of technology and history and theoretical foundations of the field. Students will identify, develop and apply a variety of technological skills congruent to their educational technology philosophy.