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Do the student teaching. You can take time off after that or go back to school. You are too advanced to quit, even if you decide not to teach.

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JunieBTeacher 07-20-2018 04:23 PM

Do the student teaching. You can take time off after that or go back to school. You are too advanced to quit, even if you decide not to teach.

knitting987! 07-18-2018 02:37 PM

Donít take time off. Try to get a job. I sub. Never really got that real job. So try to get the real job. Schools will pass you over.

shelbycas 04-23-2018 01:53 PM

Hello!

I'm currently in my last week of student teaching and will be graduating with an ADED degree in 3 weeks. I LOVE teaching and am very passionate about it, but think I may be better suited for a law career. I'm already enrolled at a law school, but on the off chance I decide law isn't for me, I want to keep my options open with teaching.

Do schools look down upon applicants who have taken years off between college and beginning teaching? Will I get "out of practice" with time off? How can I keep up being passionate about teaching when I'm not doing it? Any advice helps!!




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