Math teachers work in classrooms in elementary schools, middle schools and high schools. They impart required mathematics curricula to their students, which might include helping them prepare for standardized tests and college entrance exams. Math teachers can train in several ways. Some have bachelor's degrees in education and specialize in mathematics. Others hold bachelor's degrees in mathematics and complete an education program as well. All math teachers in public schools must meet their state's certification or licensing requirements, which usually calls for competency examinations.
Most math teaching positions require a minimum of an undergraduate degree. Math teachers can choose to major in mathematics and then complete a master's degree or certification program in teaching. Alternatively, they can major in education with an emphasis on mathematics. Education degree programs prepare math teachers specifically for the classroom and teaching math to students. They also focus on the art of teaching, including topics such as curriculum development, along with how students learn.
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