Teaching Professions

Teaching Professions

MEET THE INSTRUCTOR

Mrs. Deitrick

Email: kdeitrick@massillonschools.org

Phone: 330-830-3901 Ext: 51140

Education: University of Akron-Bachelor of Arts in Special Education; Ashland University-Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction-Reading Literacy.

Work Experience: 23 years with the Massillon City School District: 17 years as an Intervention Specialist, 7 years as CTE Teaching Professions Instructor at Washington High School.

Hobbies: Spending time with husband and three daughters, softball and gardening.

TEACHING AS A PROGRAM & PROFESSION

The Teaching Professions program is designed to prepare students for a teaching career and allows for college credit opportunities. I believe this course provides many opportunities for the high school student such as communication and technology skills. Students in Teaching Professions focus on key concepts which include: a career in education, teacher professionalism, creating environments for student learning, and organizing content knowledge for student learning, etc. Upon successful completion of a portfolio, students can earn college credit. This program is an opportunity to work with children in Massillon City Schools and gain experience for a teaching career.

Credentialing Opportunity: CPR Certification, Paraprofessional Certification.

College Credit Opportunities:

  • College Credit Plus: Effective Speaking/3 Credits

  • CTAG State Articulation at any Ohio State Higher Ed Institution: Introduction to Education/3 Credits

Work Based Learning Opportunities: Field Experience Placement

Career Technical Student Organization: Educators Rising

Career Opportunities

  1. Head Start on a Path to a Teaching Career

  2. Early Childhood Education

  3. Coaching

  4. Counseling

  5. Administration

  6. School Psychologists

  7. Advisors

  8. Professors
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