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1 By: Ms. Samartino

2  1 st Choice: Teacher Description: works with middle school students in math/science  2 nd Choice: Stay at Home Mother Description: runs the household  3 rd Choice: Pharmaceutical Sales Description: Promote Medicine to Doctors

3  I wanted to teach middle school students in a subject that I love.  I know math can be hard, and I want to show students how everyone can be successful.  I love how science can be hands on, and the students can learn on their own.  I love how middle school students can be silly but can still hold a conversation.  I also feel that this age is the most impressionable point in a person’s life, and it lays down the foundation for their future. Teaching this level will allow me to have the biggest impact on them.

4 REAL WORLD EXPERIENCEACADEMIC EXPERIENCE  Child Care Babysitting Nanny Day Care Sunday School Summer Camps  Tutoring  Volunteering at Schools  Observations  Student Teaching  Substitute Teacher  Aide  Demo Lessons  Mock Interviews  Degree  Praxis Scores

5 WHAT SCHOOLING NEEDED? COLLEGE AND COST  4 year degree  Pass Praxis I Test to get into Education major  Pass Praxis II to get certification  Pass Student Teaching  3.25 or higher GPA in concentration (in each area)  Rowan University: New Jersey Resident Non- Resident Tuition $4,323.00 per semester $8,113.00 per semester Universit y Fee $1,686.00 per semester Total $6,009.00 per semester $9,799.00 per semester Room Rates Per Semester: Residence Hall (double) $3,346.00* Residence Hall (single) $3,913.00* Edgewood & Triad Apartments $3,502.00 The Townhouse Complex$4,222.00 The Rowan Blvd. Complex $4,606.00 Whitney Center$4,650.00

6 Basic Operations Averages Converting Percent Budgeting  Paycheck  Time  etc. Spatial Relations  Setting Up Room  Formatting Worksheets  etc. Scaling/ Dilation (Posters) Analyzing Scores Copies Time Groups vs. Individual Supplies needed Estimation

7  The average New Jersey teacher’s salary is approximately $56,000. This is the average of all teachers with in the state.  This is based on… Amount of education Longevity (amount of years teaching) Location (different areas pay different amounts)

8 LOCATIONCOST OF LIVING  Where do you live? Camden County  Why did you pick it? Close to home Near my job  Transportation Car Train Bus  Housing (Mortgage or Rent):  Gas: $3.45 per gallon

9  Explain? It depends on how long I have been teaching and how much money I have saved. It is helpful to live home if possible to help save money. Different areas have different taxes. You have to make yourself aware of the taxes in the city you choose.

10  A day in the life of a teacher. Morning:  Duties: Hall duty, bathroom duty, etc.  Room Preparation: Copies, Objectives, Seating, Necessary Materials ready to go, Answer Key  Read and Respond to emails from parents, students, colleagues, and administration  Teach the classes  Lessons  Checking homework  Classroom Management  Checking for understanding individually and as a class  Readjust lessons as needed

11  A day in the life of a teacher. Afternoon:  Duties: Lunch duty, Hall duty, bathroom duty, etc.  Read and Respond to emails from parents, students, colleagues, and administration  Meetings with parents, students, colleagues, and administration  Record grades  Lunch  Create Lesson Plans  Teach the classes  Lessons  Checking homework  Classroom Management  Checking for understanding individually and as a class  Readjust lessons as needed  Clean up the classroom  Lay out materials for the next day

12  A day in the life of a teacher. After School:  Duties: Bus Duty, Hall duty, etc.  Detentions  Sports/ Extended Day/ Clubs  Extra Help  Read and Respond to emails and calls from parents, students, colleagues, and administration  Lesson Plans  Grading and Entering Grades  Meetings  Faculty  Department  Professional Development (improving our profession)

13  How are you getting this job? I went to a four year college, completed the necessary classes, and passed necessary tests. I choose to work in environments that enriched my background and helped me to become more experienced. For example, I substituted, tutored, babysat, nannied, and was a camp counselor and aid in classrooms.  How is math going to help you? It is going to help improve my job performance. The better I am at math, the more opportunities that become available for me. The more efficient I am at math the easier it is to excel at my profession.  Why is math so important? I will not only need it in my profession, but I will also need it everyday life. It will allow to save money, buy a house, pay bills, and become independent.

14  "Camden County, New Jersey (NJ)." Camden County, New Jersey Detailed Profile. Web. 31 May 2012..  "Bursar - Tuition Fees and Rates." Bursar - Tuition Fees and Rates. Web. 31 May 2012..


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