Humanities Teacher from Education Direct
|1,165||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$110.00/M|
|6 Month Buyers||+ $10.00/M|
|1 Month Buyers||+ $25.00/M|
|3 Month Buyers||+ $15.00/M|
The Humanities Teacher from Education Direct buyers list allows you to market to educational professionals who teach students about various humanities subjects such as literature and philosophy. These instructors teach at the elementary and secondary grade level and can be contacted by both direct mail and email at their school location. They have the purchasing power to buy supplies for their professional needs, the classroom, and student academic success.
Humanities teachers teach a variety of subjects and classes related to the study of the human condition. They teach students to think critically, problem solve, and to communicate, write, and speak effectively. Teachers put together course materials and yearly curriculum plans to teach students about various humanities disciplines such as literature, philosophy, religion, global studies, and languages. Humanities courses also consist of the performing and visual arts such as painting, drawing, dance, theater, drama, music, orchestra, singing, sculpting, and acting. Social sciences such as anthropology, economics, communication studies, business law, and history also belong in the humanities. Teachers and educators who teach humanity classes provide students with insight into career opportunities as a musician, philosopher, editor, clergyman, anthropologist, counselor, painter, dancer, singer, librarian, writer, human resource specialist, and museum curator. These educational instructors take continuing education classes to ensure they meet ongoing teacher certification requirements. They hold Bachelor’s Degrees, Master Degrees, and PHDs. They find employment in public schools, private schools, charter schools, junior high schools, high schools, boarding schools, military schools, parochial schools, prep schools, and non-state schools.
Humanities teachers purchase laptops, computers, software, electronics, PDAs, text books, paper, pencils, binders, notebooks, interactive whiteboards, projectors, pens, audio/video equipment, stickers, stamps, bookmarks, nameplates, desktop organization supplies, folders, magnets, flash cards, flip charts, timers, totes, and rewards and incentives supplies. They also buy related apparel products such as dresses, slacks, blouses, shirts, footwear, and jackets to dress professionally for the classroom.
The Humanities Teacher from Education Direct is the ideal list for apparel retailers, educational trade publications, electronics suppliers, software providers, computer manufacturers, school and office supply providers, book publishers, book club providers, continuing education providers, and reward recognition providers.