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    Teacher of physics

    Dear Teachers,
    let's say an university that trains students to be physics teacher (teach physics at secondary school), after graduated these students would be conferred a bachelor degree. I would like to know the common name for the degree. Is this "Bachelor degree of physics pedagogy" or "Bachelor degree of physics education" or "Bachelor degree of physics and education" or else?
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    Re: Teacher of physics

    Quote Originally Posted by hanky View Post
    Dear Teachers,
    let's say an university that trains students to be physics teacher (teach physics at secondary school), after graduated these students would be conferred a bachelor degree. I would like to know the common name for the degree. Is this "Bachelor degree of physics pedagogy" or "Bachelor degree of physics education" or "Bachelor degree of physics and education" or else?
    Thanks in advance.
    H
    Student teachers usually graduate with a B.Ed. (Bachelor of Education) which is a post-graduate degree. They would have previously graduated in their specialist subject.

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    Re: Teacher of physics

    It is common in Britain for teachers to take a BA or BSc, in their subject area, and then work for a year for a PGCE.

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