The book also spends a great amount of detail on educational careers in non-traditional settings, such as religion, camping, adult education, public health, book publishing, archives and museums. This section will interest anyone who has an interest working in an educational setting but does not have an undergraduate or advanced degree in education. Finally, the book concludes with the author's views on the future of education with two chapters dedicated to professional development and career growth and the job-search process. The introduction includes a self-assessment tool that will identify which careers in education fits a person's interests and skills. Since Careers in Education is newly published, the resources are accurate and up-to-date.
I also recommend Careers in Education to social workers who work with student populations. Social workers and educators often work together in similar fields to achieve the mission of their organizations. We have the gift to naturally give back and help others reach their potential.
- Introduction to a Career in Education
- Careers in Early Childhood Education
- Careers in K-12 Schools
- Careers in Postsecondary Education
- Part-Time Careers in Education
- Careers Serving Special Needs Populations
- Careers in Educational Administration and Leadership
- Non-traditional Positions in Education
- Careers Pertaining to Web-Based Learning and Educational Technology
- The Future of Education