Forensic Psychology is a rapidly changing field where new research and discoveries continually reshape our knowledge. Teaching Forensic Psychology would allow me to remain involved with the latest methods and procedures while allowing me the freedom to evaluate them on their own merits. Teaching would require me, as an instructor, to commit to my own ongoing education in this area and in doing so I would become a better Forensic Psychologist. It would be a challenge to use my knowledge of Psychology in the classroom to gain insight into the students and improve teaching methods.
Teaching methods can also be aided by becoming an instructor in the field of Early Childhood Education. I find that the cognitive processes that children experience when learning is a fascinating subject, and would enjoy focusing on this area. Children are especially vulnerable to education during their formative years. Research is difficult and the results can often be surprising. It is not only an interesting field to me, it is also important that our children begin their educational experience based on the best methods available.