Teaching as a Profession
Educational programs in the Education & Training Career Cluster are of interest to individuals who want to impart knowledge, serve as educators, and serve as mentors to students of all ages. Students learn how to manage and provide education and training related to learning, and provide support services to a variety of learners.
The DoDEA College and Career Ready Standards (CCRS) for Career and Technical Education are adopted from the Common Career Technical Core. These standards are referenced as CCRS-CTE.
Teaching as a Profession Pathway
The Teaching as a Profession Pathway prepares students to use subject matter knowledge to plan and prepare effective instruction and courses, and identify materials and resources needed to support instructional plans. Through hands-on tasks and projects, students learn to apply knowledge and skills in real-world situations across multiple education settings.
To ensure pathway completion, it is recommended that students take courses in the following sequence: CTT401,CTT501,CTT601
|Course Name||Course Number||Industry Credential||Adopted Resources|
|Education I||CTT401||N/A||Cengage: Those Who Can, Teach, 14th Edition; Guiding Children’s Social Development and Learning, 8th Edition|
|Education II||CTT501||NOCTI: Early Childhood Education and Care - Basic||Cengage: Those Who Can, Teach, 14th Edition; Guiding Children’s Social Development and Learning, 8th Edition|
|Education III||CTT601||NOCTI: Early Childhood Education and Care - Advanced||Cengage: Those Who Can, Teach, 14th Edition; Guiding Children’s Social Development and Learning, 8th Edition|