The duties of a chemistry teacher include creating lesson plans, preparing and delivering lectures, creating and supervising laboratory activities for students, evaluating student performance, maintaining classroom records, meeting with parents, teachers and other professionals and participating in campus events. Depending upon the expectations of the employing school, additional research, supervisory or organizational duties may also be required of a chemistry teacher.
Typically, a bachelor's degree in chemistry and certification to teach in high school, sometimes referred to as a single-subject certification, is necessary for teaching chemistry. These two requirements, as well as a semester of student-teaching, are usually completed simultaneously. Licensing is required by all states to teach in the public school system; however, it is not needed for private schools. Because requirements vary, potential students need to contact the Board of Education within the state where they will be teaching.
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