Teaching Professions

(two-year program)

Program Overview

The Teaching Professions program, located in Clark Hall at Gahanna Lincoln High School, gives students 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.

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What you will learn

  • Understanding the learning process

  • Organizing and designing lesson plans

  • Creating a positive class environment

  • Classroom management

  • Presenting effective lessons

  • Teaching methods and strategies

  • Portfolio development

  • Child development

Career Pathways

  • Teacher (K-12)

  • Librarian

  • School administrator

  • School counselor

  • Speech pathologist

  • School psychologist

  • Teacher aide

  • University or college

  • Professor

  • Youth ministry

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What else do I need to know?


Gahanna Lincoln High School
Clark Hall
366-380 Granville St.
Gahanna, OH 43230

Program Length

This is a two-year satellite program designed for juniors and seniors.

If you are currently a junior seeking information about the one-year, senior-only Teaching Professions program, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

A Teacher's View on Teaching Professions

Educators Rising

Students that enroll in this program participate in the Educators Rising career-technical student organization. Educators Rising cultivates a new generation of highly-skilled educators by guiding young people on a path from high school through college and into their teaching careers.

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Meet your instructor

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Robyn Hilderbrand