Hey everyone! I just have a question for those who are already teachers in Florida. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Social Science with Education Concentration from a university in Iowa and have wanted to be a teacher ever since I can remember. I live in Florida, though, so I was looking at the teacher certification site and it has a link on how to get your certification if you are a career changer or college graduate (with a bachelor's from an accredited institution) of a non-education program. My question is, would I need to take additional courses in order to be able to take the SAE examination and receive my temporary teaching certificate and if so, will they let me know what courses I need to take. Does anyone know what courses you need to have taken in order to be eligible to become a teacher? Also, does every person who wishes to be a teacher have to do student-teaching? If so, does that mean you would need to have an evening job being that student-teaching is done during the day?:help: Thank you all in advance for your time, replies, and advice!