First Grade Teacher
A first-grade teacher teaches a class of children from the ages five to six. Many first grade teachers must be well at communicating with young children and encouraging them to learn. Since many first graders are still learning how to behave teachers must have a high level of patience.
For most of the day first-grade teachers are on their feet teaching and may be at their desk
for a short amount of time grading papers or creating lesson plans. The teacher spends most of his/her day with the children.
For a first-grade teacher a master's degree is required and sometimes a bachelor's degree. You also need to have a state license and internship is often required.
You must be patient, creative, and you must have a broad education plan when working
with little kids.
The average first-grade teacher makes $60,548 yearly. First-grade teachers get summers off and a few other holidays. It's fairly easy to find an available job as a first-grade teacher.
1. Arcadia University http://study.com/first_grade_teacher.html
2. Pennstate University http://ed.psu.edu/current-students/undergrad/academic-programs-1
3.Florida Southern College http://www.flsouthern.edu/schools/school-of-education/undergraduate-programs.aspx