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.
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.
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..
The Best way to know is to ask a teacher or a guidance councilor for info
you need to know math like phisics,algebra science and if your going to college you can ask the teacher or principle about what classes you need to take
you need to learn about math...
If you're in a math class, then you don't need them ... you need to work them out, but the answers aren't important. You don't need them to hand them to the teacher. The teacher already has them, or can easily work them out.
How mny years must i study to qualify to become an abet teacher
I think so. I do know that you need science but math I'm not sure about.
I'm a teacher and you must study all of them. I became a teacher 4 years ago. I am now 27. You need to study all of them if you're going to Teach!
As many as your teacher (tee- hee).
you need to know math science and all kinds of languages
If you would like to become a doctor, you will need to study science (including biology and chemistry), math, and English.
you need to take all science and math classes.
Yes, depending on where you want to teach
To become a pilot, you should study math, geography, English, writing, etc. In training, you would receive all technical instructions you need.
You will always need to get your English and math credits umm also you will need to get your certificate in health and safety if still at school and your childcare certificate. or you will have to go and study at uni for a certain amount of time
1. Interest 2. Relevant degree 3. Communication skills
you need geography,social studies,physics maybe math
A math teacher obviously TEACHES MATH at all different lever a child might need to learn
you have to be
in grade 9 you need to study social studies, math, science e.t.c