Assist the Continuing Education Director in the provision of quality education programs to healthcare professionals in SC and throughout the nation. Programs provided via distance education and tr...
Curriculum Developer Career Profiles
Are you interested in working within the educational system? Would like to play an active role in deciding what students will learn? If so, a career as a curriculum developer may be the perfect career for you to pursue.
Curriculum developers work directly with teachers to make sure that students are receiving the best education possible. One way this is accomplished is by working alongside the teachers to select and order the necessary books and materials for students to use. Additionally, curriculum developers often observe teachers in action to see if there is any room for improvement and praise what they are doing well. Some curriculum developers are even involved in training teachers on what they should teach and the best methods for teaching the material.
In order to become a curriculum developer, you will typically need to have a relevant master’s degree. The exact degree may depend on if you would like to focus on advising about specific subjects or if you are more interested in assisting with the overall curriculum of an institution.
For more information, check out the career profiles below. We interviewed professional curriculum developers to find out what they do, how much they make, and what they like best about their careers.
I inservice teacher on integrating technology into their curriculum. I write grants to support technology integrated programs....