Have you ever considered where the curriculum in a school comes from? Someone had to
write it! There are publishing companies looking for certified teachers with classroom experience
(usually a minimum of two years) to develop curriculum used in schools. Some of these companies even
have these authors speak to schools across the country.
Many private and public organizations hire experienced teachers to connect with and
support schools. This includes a wide range of positions, including sales representatives for
educational products, professional development providers, and curriculum developers.
Teachers, especially graduates from BYU, make great clinical faculty associates
(CFAs) or facilitators. These individuals supervise and support BYU students on their journey to become
teachers. CFAs and facilitators tend to be short-term positions.
Teachers engage learners through engaging instructional practices to nurture their
understanding and application of knowledge, concepts and processes. They design content, deliver
instruction, address student learning through assessment measures, manage student behavior and classroom
environment, and engage in reflection leading to continuous improvement.