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GED teachers work with adult learners aged 16 years who missed out on continuing their education for various reasons. Their core aim is to help adult students acquire credentials that are equivalent to a high school diploma. These specialist teachers typically instruct students in the five subjects covered in the GED tests. These include reading, writing, math, science and social science.
Anyone wishing to pursue a career as a GED teacher must have at least a bachelor's degree and a state license. They must also be trained in adult education. A master's degree offers many more job opportunities. In addition to learning how to teach adult students, GED teachers must also know how to assess the test papers and help students improve their communication,problem-solving, and critical thinking skills.
The interviewing panel will ask you why you chose to become a GED teacher and if you know exactly what this role involves. Can you handle older kids? What are your strengths for this particular role? What are your weaknesses? What do you love most about being a GED teacher? Check out many more commonly asked questions at Mock Questions.