Teaching Professions

Teaching Professions


 Head of the Class.
Use your passion to make a difference and influence children and guide them as they learn and grow. The Teaching Professions program located in the state-of-the-art classroom at Gahanna Lincoln High School’s Clark Hall gives you an opportunity to develop skills in designing learning environments and classroom management. In addition to learning in the classroom, students will participate in shadowing experiences, internships, and field trips to prepare for a career as a teacher.

Get a jump start on college with the availability of college credits. To learn more about college credits at Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools, please visit our college credit web page.
Students successfully completing a course portfolio could receive Introduction to Education college credit at public universities in Ohio.

Make the grade.
Careers in this field require education beyond high school.

Do your homework.
The coursework and work-based experience will provide you with a solid foundation for a successful teaching career. Areas of study include:
  • understanding the learning process
  • organizing & designing lesson plans
  • creating a positive class environment
  • classroom management
  • presenting effective lessons
  • teaching methods and strategies
  • portfolio development
  • child development

Take a deeper diver into the Teaching Professions program

Career Pathways

Get to the head of the class with education based careers:
  • librarian
  • school administrator
  • school counselor
  • speech pathologist
  • school psychologist
  • teacher aide
  • teacher- preschool
  • through high school
  • university or college
  • professor
  • youth ministry


Apply to Eastland-Fairfield and the Teaching Professions program, today!


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