Industrial Arts Teacher Education

Industrial arts teacher education programs lead to careers teaching students of all ages about computer technology, machinery, tools and other related trades. Read on for more details about industrial arts teacher education degrees and certification.

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Industrial arts education programs prepare students to teach industrial arts and technology courses at trade, vocational, middle or secondary schools. Students in these programs gain a broad understanding of energy, communications, manufacturing and transportation systems, as well as the education training necessary for teaching these subjects in the classroom. These teachers instruct students in various skills that can be applied directly in the workforce, such as in the manufacturing of wood and metal objects or the use of manual and computer-aided design (CAD) technologies.

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Aspiring industrial arts teachers can pursue associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees in technology or vocational education. Often called technology or technical education, these programs generally include courses in materials processing, technical drawing, CAD, watercraft design, communications, boat building and manufacturing principles.

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