I'm hosting a panel at the NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) Grad Launch: http://itp.nyu.edu/launch/
about the landscape of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math K-12 education: how it is shifting towards a more making-centric, or constructionist method, why that's a good thing, and how ITP grads are uniquely suited to help.
I want to show that there are many ways that people can start teaching (you don't have to join a union!).
So my question to everyone on this forum who's ever taught a class:
How did you fall into it?
What are some ways that ITP grads can dabble in teaching without having to get a teaching license?
Thank you for any help!