In this video, Amit from SuccessVisa provides clarification on the difference between a Masters of Education and a Master of Teaching for individuals aspiring to become teachers. The common question addressed is whether studying a Masters of Education can lead to a teaching career or if a Bachelor's of Education is required.
Amit explains that becoming a teacher requires meeting two minimum requirements. The first requirement is completing a teaching practice of at least 45 days, which is a crucial component of the process.
The second requirement is undertaking professional studies in education. He further elaborated that age group in teaching practice determines the specific teaching role. Completing the teaching practice with children aged up to 8 years qualifies individuals as early childhood teachers.
a. If the practice involves children aged 5 to 12 years, individuals become Primary School Teachers.
b. For the age group of 10 to 15 years, individuals become Middle School Teachers.
c. Lastly, if the teaching practice involves children aged 13 to 18 years, individuals become qualified as Secondary School Teachers.
Team SuccessVisa will be happy to provide you with more detailed information about these requirements as well as how to pursue a teaching career. We are committed to assisting students in making informed decisions regarding their study choices and immigration issues. We provide tailored services to empower you to achieve your goals through our team of highly educated professionals with years of experience in student counselling.