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CP Regional Future Educator Pathway

Future Educator Pathway

Did you know the state of Colorado is experiencing a teacher shortage? PreK-High School teachers are in demand! District 11's own Future Educator Pathway program provides students with the opportunity to learn more about the teaching profession through various courses like Child & Adolescent Development, Interpersonal Relationships, Early Childhood Education 101-103, and Teacher Cadet. Internships and job shadows are embedded into college-level courses. These hands-on experiences in the classroom help students prepare for careers after high school or their postsecondary education.  Are you ready to experience the teaching profession?

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Brittany Hardy

Brittany.Hardy@d11.org

719-328-4766

RELATED JOB TITLES: Early Childhood Teacher, Group Teacher, Head Start Teacher, Headstart Teacher, Lead Teacher, Pre-Kindergarten Teacher (Pre-K Teacher), Preschool Teacher, Teacher, Teacher Assistant, Toddler Teacher

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION: Instruct preschool-aged children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for primary school in preschool, day care center, or other child development facility. May be required to hold State certification. 

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Dr. Brittany Hardy

Brittany.hardy@d11.org

719-328-4766

Fall 2022 Course Offerings

TBD

Teacher Cadet 1
Teacher Cadet 3
Teacher Cadet 2

Milo Hancock, Odyssey ECCO sophomore, is enrolled in the Teacher Cadet class. His is currently interning in a 3rd grade classroom at Audubon Elementary school. His mentor teacher is Ms. Brooker. Today he taught a lesson on ratios and algebraic patterns. He did a fantastic job standing in front of the class, modeling and guiding students along the way through direct instruction and questioning to meet the lesson objective.