Didactics teacher (higher education) - Salary and Career
Teachers in the area of pedagogical training in higher education

Didactics teacher (higher education) - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They teach, articulating the teaching-learning process in the training of education professionals, plan activities related to courses and research, carry out scientific research on the educational field, supervise pedagogical training in internships, guide students, evaluate scientific academic work, coordinate teaching, research and extension. They produce work material, meet the demands of the community in the area of school and non-school education (formal and informal education), participate in administrative activities, update themselves in the area and communicate orally and in writing.

How much does an Didactics teacher (higher education) earn

A Didactics teacher (higher education) earns between $1.210 and $15.296 per month, with an average monthly salary of $4.887 and a median salary of $3.120 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 12.241 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Didactics teacher (higher education)

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 4.887 58.640 1.222 40
1º Quartile 1.210 14.515 302 10
Median Salary 3.120 37.440 780 26
3º Quartile 11.665 139.985 2.916 97
Higher Salary 15.296 183.553 3.824 127

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • teaching professionals
      • higher education teachers
        • teachers in the area of pedagogical training in higher education

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Main workplaces

Teachers in the area of pedagogical training in higher education the positions of this CBO family exercise their functions in institutions whose activities refer to higher education, culture and research. They carry out their activities as salaried workers, with a formal contract, they are organized in work teams, they work with occasional supervision, in closed environments and at irregular hours. They can sometimes work in uncomfortable positions for periods of time.

What does it take to work in the field of Teachers in the area of pedagogical training in higher education

The occupations require, at least, complete higher education, and it is important to have a postgraduate degree or specialization in the area. It is common to enter and progress in a career through public examinations, mainly in the public sector. The holders of the occupations are expected to have at least five years' previous experience.

Functions and activities of Didactics teacher (higher education)

Teachers in the area of pedagogical training in higher education must:

  • orienting students;
  • perform scientific research on the educational field;
  • provide service to community demands, in the area of school and non-school education;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • provide service to community demands, in the area of school and non-school education;
  • participate in administrative activities;
  • produce work material;
  • updating in the area;
  • planning activities related to courses and research;
  • provide assistance to community demands, in the area of school and non-school education;
  • conduct scientific research on the educational field;
  • supervise pedagogical training in internships;
  • communicate;
  • plan activities related to courses and research;
  • orient students;
  • guide students;
  • provide assistance to community demands, in the area of school and non-school education;
  • update in area;
  • evaluate scientific academic work;
  • update in the area;
  • atualizar-se na �rea;
  • updating in the area;
  • advise students;
  • demonstrate personal competences;
  • teaching, articulating the teaching-learning process in the training of education professionals;
  • update yourself in area;
  • coordinate teaching, research and extension activities;

  • Activities

    • planning learning environments;
    • evaluate didactic material;
    • analyze the problems of brazilian reality;
    • monitor students' experiences in school and non-school learning contexts;
    • orient monitors;
    • suggest composition of examining boards;
    • participate in committees;
    • discuss evaluation results;
    • evaluate scientific papers;
    • coordinate agreements;
    • establish relationships with the hierarchical bodies of the institution;
    • integrate a team for the development of software and media materials;
    • supervise the preparation of internship plans and projects;
    • coordinate extension projects;
    • developing attitudes in the teaching relationship -learning;
    • assign grades and concepts;
    • analyze data and research materials;
    • provide lectures;
    • organize publications;
    • provide advice to public bodies ;
    • supervise the development of intervention projects in educational realities (school or not);
    • write scientific publications;
    • evaluate extension projects;
    • develop scientific research projects, individually and in groups;
    • evaluate one's own research practice;
    • produce articles for dissemination;
    • produce texts for pedagogical use;
    • predict funding sources;
    • discussing with students the different theories and practices of the educational field;
    • develop evaluation proposals;
    • establish relationships with institutions and organizations in society;
    • commit socially and politically;
    • developing interactive activities;
    • orienting undergraduate students;
    • discussing the pedagogical practices of students;
    • developing teaching situations- learning, based on the heterogeneity of students;
    • participate in boards;
    • coordinate research groups;
    • problematizing the educational reality, to guide pedagogical practices;
    • guide the reflection on the educational practice of students in internships;
    • studying educational proposals and policies;
    • coordinate agreements;
    • produce transparencies;
    • coordinate meetings;
    • systematize data and research materials;
    • planning visits to institutions for research and observation of pedagogical practice;
    • developing evaluation proposals;
    • carry out events;
    • take academic training courses (specialization, master's, doctoral, etc.);
    • studying the scientific production in the area;
    • self-evaluate;
    • evaluate student resumes;
    • work as a team;
    • planning pedagogical intervention projects;
    • produce posters;
    • study other languages;
    • coordinate courses;
    • coordinate work teams;
    • produce course and lesson plans;
    • orient undergraduate students;
    • acting in debates;
    • participate in congresses and scientific events;
    • use different assessment instruments;
    • participate in cultural activities;
    • systemize data and research materials;
    • constitute research groups;
    • plan research;
    • developing programs and schedules;
    • train research assistants;
    • participate in class associations;
    • work on a teaching examining board and student;
    • studying the constitution of professions in the educational field;
    • guide the planning of students' work schedule;
    • integrate team for homepage development;
    • read texts and reports produced by students;
    • planning extension projects;
    • study forms of interaction present in blended and virtual education situations;
    • map fields for internship;
    • analyzing educational research;
    • problematizing the educational reality, for the production of new knowledge;
    • deliver courses to meet the needs of external demands;
    • analyzing implications of the use of new information and communication technologies in teaching situations;
    • studying educational legislation;
    • work with different forms of human interaction;
    • coordinate pedagogical projects;
    • disseminate research results;
    • organize collections;
    • master the portuguese language;
    • evaluate curricula and pedagogical proposals;
    • coordinate research;
    • schedule courses to meet external demands;
    • advise scientific initiation students;
    • master basic knowledge of other languages;
    • demonstrate ethical posture;
    • dialogue with representative entities;
    • providing teaching- diverse learning for students;
    • promoting teaching- learning from diverse sources of knowledge;
    • produce videos;
    • coordinate events;
    • use different assessment tools;
    • work in extension projects ;
    • planning the production of teaching materials;
    • produce hypertexts;
    • manage projects;
    • planning events and seminars;
    • evaluate courses;
    • write research reports;
    • orient students on theoretical-methodological procedures;
    • evaluate educational policies;
    • evaluate pedagogical action plans;
    • mediate the intern's relationship with the institution;
    • elaborate opinions;
    • systemizing content;
    • collect data and materials for research;
    • participate in meetings;
    • produce assessment instruments;
    • evaluate the development of classes;
    • developing skills in the teaching relationship -learning;
    • elaborate extension projects;
    • establish relations with funding agencies;
    • study different forms of communication;
    • build research groups;
    • guiding the development of research from the students;
    • exercise representative positions;
    • perform a literature review in the area;
    • demonstrate a critical stance;
    • establish relations with development agencies;
    • predicting the use of resources for pedagogical work;
    • supervise the preparation of student internship reports;
    • participate in scientific associations;
    • discussing methodological approaches, in elaboration of educational research;
    • exercise management positions;
    • evaluate the progress and results of services rendered;
    • coordinate areas, disciplines and classes;
    • complete activity reports;
    • develop programs and schedules;
    • planning classes;
    • evaluate research projects;
    • manage agreements;
    • orient research projects to obtain academic titles;
    • planning internships;
    • indicate sources and procedures for the development of the work;
    • advise students on internship fields;
    • collaborate in evaluation committees;
    • evaluate student performance;
    • plan classes;
    • dialogue with the institution's professors;
    • studying implications of the use of information and communication technologies in teaching situations ;
    • planning the use of new information and communication technologies, in situations of teaching;
    • provide consultancy in teaching, research and extension on pedagogical practice;
    • serve students, individually and in groups;
    • work in the selection process of students and teachers;
    • work on editorial committees;
    • coordinate internships;
    • orienting students on theoretical-methodological procedures;
    • dialogue with students;

    Sectors that hire Didactics teacher (higher education) the most in the job market

    • higher education - undergraduate and postgraduate
    • higher education - undergraduate
    • higher education - postgraduate and extension
    • activities of associations for the defense of social rights
    • technical level vocational education
    • other teaching activities
    • experimental research and development in social sciences and humanities
    • temporary labor lease
    • elementary school
    • professional and management development training

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