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Social Science Teacher Education

Social science examines various facets of human society, including psychology, sociology, political science, economics, anthropology and history. Read on to learn about social science teacher education programs and employment in the field.

Inside Social Science Teacher Education

Social science teachers help students become active participants in society and government. They lead discussions on current events, global culture and behavioral trends in contemporary society. In addition, social science educators instruct their students about history, geography and anthropology and how these fields have shaped different groups of people, resulting in cultural, linguistic and social differences. Whether you want to determine the requirements for becoming a social science teacher, discover specializations in the field, learn more about career opportunities or explore your options for online courses and degree programs, Study.com can answer your questions.

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To teach in a middle school or a high school, graduates must have at least a bachelor's degree in social sciences education and a teacher's license. However, some schools may prefer that applicants have a master's degree. Postsecondary teachers must have at least a master's degree to teach at a 2-year college and a doctorate to teach at a 4-year college, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) stated (www.bls.gov).

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