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Teacher aides assist teachers in a classroom by working with students on a one-to-one basis, or in groups.
Teachers of English to speakers of other languages (ESOL teachers) teach people from non-English speaking backgrounds how to speak, read and write English.
Early childhood teachers educate and care for young children in kindergartens, kōhanga reo or childcare centres. Kōhanga reo kaiako also help children learn te reo Māori and tikanga Māori (culture and customs).
Secondary school teachers plan, prepare and teach one or more subjects to students between the ages of 13 and 18.
Nannies/child carers are responsible for the care, wellbeing and education of infants, toddlers and children in the home.
Ideas on how to relate health and physical education teaching to future careers and life beyond school.
Primary school teachers teach children between the ages of five and 13 at primary or intermediate schools.
Outdoor recreation guides and instructors teach or guide outdoor activities such as rafting, kayaking, canyoning, skiing, hunting, climbing, caving and mountain biking.