There are several education requirements to become a learning support teacher. Learning support teachers usually study special education, elementary education or education. 62% of learning support teachers hold a bachelor's degree and 22% hold a master's degree. We found these by analyzing 2,220 learning support teacher resumes to investigate the topic of learning support teacher education more precisely.
The most common colleges for students to pursue their goal of becoming a learning support teacher are Temple University and Pennsylvania State University.
For those who would rather stay in your pajamas during the day, we prepared some online courses that can help in learning support teacher education paths.
We prepared a list of a learning support teacher certifications that you should consider. The necessary certifications that learning support teachers must have to succeed are Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE) and Educational Certificate: K-12 (Ed:).