The Secondary Education major is designed for students who intend to teach English, a foreign language, history, social studies, or social science, at the high school level. This certification enables graduates to teach life science, physical science and general science in Grades 7-8, and general science in 9-12th Grades in public, private, parochial, magnet, charter and online school settings. Thus, either an individual pursues earning a licensed or certified degree; one normally undergoes a higher education training program from any of these learning institutions.
Students should determine which subject area they intend to teach in high school, and work with their college advisor to select courses based upon the area of specialization and the institution to which they will transfer to complete the junior and senior years of the bachelor’s degree. This is an undergraduate program in the School of Education, University of Guam to provide opportunity for students to prepare to teach Vocational Education. Teaching practice at public schools is compulsory to acquire licensure for teaching in a secondary school.
In the United Kingdom secondary schools offer secondary education covering the later years of schooling. A multi-pronged approach of universalization of elementary education and universal adult literacy has been adopted for achieving total literacy. The Secondary Education major provides students with a strong foundation in mathematics, science, language arts, and social sciences. In addition, no applicants will be admitted to the Post-Baccalaureate teacher education or Graduate Certificate – TSC programs in these content areas.
According to the Tanzanian education policy the language of teaching is Kiswahili in pre-primary and primary education in which English is a compulsory subject. Gymnasium (Ages 12-15) After primary school, students attend the lower secondary school (GYMNASIUM) which has three grades. The MSSU Teacher Education candidate models effective verbal, nonverbal, and media communication techniques with students and parents to foster active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction in the classroom.
Uruguay: Liceo or Secundaria (3 years of compulsory education: Ciclo Básico; and 3 years of specialization: Bachillerato Diversificado, into: Humanities (Law or Economics), Biology (Medicine or Agronomy), Science (Engineering or Architecture), and Art. Students will be able to take advantage of the imaginatively designed face-to-face and online interactive teaching spaces.