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2016-01-15 12:26:05 Post No. 7785077
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Soon to be math/science teacher here. In about 5 months I'll have finished up my degree and will be qualified to teach math, chem and bio all the way up to high school. However, I have some major anxiety. Despite having done these classes myself while in high school and having done plenty of university level units, I'm terrified as to how I'll remember everything I need to know. I glanced through a past final exam paper for chemistry and already found so many questions I'm stumped on.
I've already taught in schools as a student teacher but they were all grades 7-10 which is all really straight forward. I still have one more run as a student teacher and if I don't get a chance to teach a senior class I feel I'll be screwed having to teach one for the first time on my own when I graduate.
Any other teacher here? How do you cope with keeping on top of remembering your content? How much time do you spend retraining yourself?