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Elementary/secondary education or general mathematics. Maybe there is such a thing as mathematical education...?

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you become a math teacher by gettung your collage degree

To become a teacher, not just a math teacher, you have to go to college for years.

Become a math teacher

Math sucks, so just don't become a math teacher. But if you do want to become a math teacher it is problibly because you like the subject and you want to pass your knowledge to the next generation, or just because you like teaching.

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If you want to become a math teacher you don't really need to like math you just need to know it. However in order to be a good math teacher, you need to show enthusiasm for the subject and that is easiest to do with a subject you like.

A good major would be in education. You could become a math teacher.

It all depends with the institution of learning. To be a math teacher one has to take education with the math option. It requires more than $5000 for someone to be a math teacher.

The Best way to know is to ask a teacher or a guidance councilor for info

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To become a math teacher you need to complete a bachelor degree program, and be licensed by their state. Private school math teachers need a Bachelors degree but do not have to be licensed..

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The best is to have a college degree and be a math major. Many math teachers do not have degrees in math, however, my personal opinion is that formal math education is a big plus (pun intended) for math teachers. Some math teachers have computer science backgrounds. In many cases, teachers who want to teach math without a math degree need to pass a test to do so. So if you want to be a math teacher, go to college and major in math! Then you also have to get a teaching credential. Some schools have combined math bs and teaching programs.

To become a math teacher, you will need a bachelor's degree in education. Your major would be math, your minor would be PE (most teachers also teach a second field, commonly PE or computer science for math teachers) and you would include a year of teaching classes and student teaching. You will also have to pass the professional and subject matter state tests.

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You need to become a teacher, maybe major in bilingual studies

To become a teacher, you will have to major in education. You can always minor in history. That should help you get a history teaching position.

In that form math is an adjective describing teacher. Sometimes it helps to ask a question such as this: What kind of teacher? Math teacher. .

Yes and No. You must take all the credits that a math major has to take if you want to teach High School, but you don't have to have a B.A. in math. Instead, get a degree in education and take the required math classes. The difference is that a Bachelor's in math requires other elective courses that you won't have to take as an education major, such as language classes and other lib-ed requirements Well, I ask this question because some of my friends said that I should major in "Education with math concentration" rather "Math" major.

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It is typically a lower level math. Either a math concepts or finite math, or no more than a college algebra.

They teach math. by the way the ? should be ''What does a teacher do?"