Extractions: South Dakota State University Appendix A Portfolio Requirements Student: Faculty Reviewer: This portfolio will be assessed on selection of material (how well it satisfies criteria) and your reflection upon that material. Each item will be given a rating on a scale. The numbers in brackets represent the departmental goal measured by this criteria.
Extractions: South Dakota has content standards, only. We've just initiated a project that uses the National Board Professional Teaching Standards as the core content for K-16 educational studies. We have not adopted the Standards, but we are studying them and each agency or institution will compose an action plan with commitment to those Standards.
Extractions: Self-Test Enter search criteria Help Back to Salary Back to Learning A College Degree Lasts a Lifetime ... Popular Degree Categories Teacher Career Education and Advancement It is a teacher's daunting task to add life to their student's school day by generating interest in all subject areas, even those that can be tedious for most students. Job description The majority of teachers are primary and secondary school teachers. They generally choose a specific grade level or area of specialty in which to teach. Teachers are responsible for planning and then evaluating student performance. They are then responsible for promoting growth through providing additional assistance and meeting with parents and school staff to discuss student development and ways to improve current teaching methods to better suit students. It is a teacher's daunting task to add life to their student's school day by generating interest in all subject areas, even those that can be tedious for most students. They work to create lesson plans tailored to their students' level of cognitive ability and interests. Nowadays, teachers are working to move away from traditional methods of teaching and using more creative and abstract ways of presenting topics to their classes.
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Extractions: STUDENT TEACHING TEACHER ENTITLEMENT AND CERTIFICATION State certification requires passing of the Illinois Certification Basic Skills and Subject Matter Tests. Information about the examinations may be obtained from program advisors or departmental personnel. State of Illinois H.B. 150 requires that all applicants for certification have coursework in the psychology of exceptional children, and identification and methods of teaching the exceptional child. The statute further requires that the child with learning disabilities be given particular focus in the coursework. Northeastern Illinois University will, upon graduation, include a statement on each education major's transcript indicating that H.B. 150 has been met through infusion into all coursework, and is equivalent to three semester hours. Students must receive a grade of "B" or higher in student teaching to be eligible for certification. Students successfully completing student teaching and any other outstanding requirements, must follow the required entitlement procedures. The instruction sheet for this procedure may be obtained from the Admissions and Records Office during the term in which one student teaches. Further information is provided at the Placement Office Credential File Meeting held once in the Fall and Spring semesters. Effective August 1, 1995, the Illinois State Board of Education joined the Interstate Certification Agreement. As a result of this, out of state applicants will receive a standard teaching certificate through reciprocity if the following requirements are met:
Extractions: A WGU Scholarship for a Master's Degree for Educators is valued up to $4,000. The scholarship will be credited to your account at the rate of $800 per six-month term. Although WGU's competency-based model allows students to complete the requirements of a master's degree in less than two and a half years, the scholarship awards are based on a reasonable experience of five six-month terms to complete the program.
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Extractions: Community Development Family Financial Planning Merchandising SDSU GPIdea Coordinator ... SDSU Home Page Shortcuts: SDSU Faculty SDSU GPIDEA Home Page GPIdea Home Page Welcome, GPIDEA Students! Program/Courses Leading to Teacher Certification in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Distance Education Students In order to get licensed to teach Family and Consumer Science in South Dakota, students should contact the FCS teacher educator at South Dakota State University for information regarding becoming licensed. South Dakota State University is the only 4 year land-grant institution of higher education in South Dakota offering a degree program and licensure which prepares students to meet the requirements for the South Dakota 7-12 Teaching Certificate in Family and Consumer Science. The South Dakota State University FCS education program also leads to teaching opportunities in non-formal settings such as cooperative extension, trade associations, textbook companies, curriculum centers, youth ministry, Peace Corps, and/or AmeriCorps. The degree/certification prepares students for numerous career opportunities not listed above. Visit the
Extractions: OELA NCELA's Mission What's New at NCELA E-News Publications ... Technical Assistance Site Search Ask An Expert Frequently Asked Questions Back To Frequently Asked Questions Other FAQs on the web ... Glossary NCELA FAQ No. 9 Submit your questions here Q: Which states offer certification or endorsement in Bilingual Education or ESL? A: Eighty four percent of the states offer ESL certification or endorsement; fifty percent offer bilingual/dual language certification or endorsement. A number of states also have related legislative or state board requirements. Updated July 2004 According to State Education Agencies (SEAs) and state information from the Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Web site, 42 states and the District of Columbia offer ESL teacher certification or endorsement, while 27 states and the District of Columbia offer bilingual/dual language teacher certification or endorsement. In addition to offering teacher certification in ESL, 22 states have legislative requirements or state board requirements that teachers placed in ESL classrooms must be certified in ESL. In addition to offering bilingual/dual language certification, 17 states have legislative requirements or state board requirements that teachers placed in bilingual/dual language classrooms must have bilingual/dual language certification. The table below provides a summary of ESL and bilingual/dual language offerings, and legislative requirements by state.
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State Efforts All local district teacher nominees are also presented a certificate of The goal of the teacher Shortage Loan Fogiveness Program in North dakota is to http://www.teacherquality.us/Public/PromisingPractices.asp?PPCategoryID=9
Requirements For Admission Teaching certificates in south dakota are issued by the south dakota The Elementary certificate qualifies the holder to teach subjects in grades K8. http://www.departments.dsu.edu/registrar/catalog/archives/03_04Undergraduate/und
Extractions: Requirements for Admission Admission to Teacher Education Submission of Application Packet Requirements for Admission Notification of Application Status for Admission to Teacher Education Program ... Teaching Certification and Licensure Admission to teacher education is required for all students expecting to complete a teacher education program leading to initial certification in any teaching field. Students must be admitted in order to enroll in any course in the Early and Advanced Professional Blocks. Admission to the Teacher Education Program requires the submission of a formal application to the Student Assessment and Monitoring Committee, c/o College of Education. The application packet may be submitted after 48 semester hours of coursework and during the semester preceding the semester of enrollment in teacher education courses. All candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Education degree or for certification only must complete a major in a certifiable teaching area. The following requirements must be met: Declare a major and minor if required. Students must meet specific requirements of the major/minor and should consult with the respective college to determine specific requirements.
SciMath_Detail Percentage of Grades 78 Math teachers certified in Math, 93% Percentage of Grades9-12 Chemistry teachers certified in Science, 99% http://www.ccsso.org/naepprofiles/StatebyState/SciMath_Detail.cfm?recordID=South
Extractions: Staff 125 Michigan Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C. Northwest: From I-495 (the Washington Beltway), take Exit 31B, Georgia Avenue South. Proceed approximately six miles, crossing the Maryland/DC line. Turn left on Irving Street (the three proceeding streets are Morton, Lamont, Kenyon). Cross Warder Street and at the next intersection, turn right onto Park Place. In one block, bear left onto Michigan Avenue. Continue on Michigan, crossing First, North Capitol and Franklin Streets. Trinity is on the right. Northeast: From I-95 take I-495 (the Washington Beltway) South. Follow I-495 to Exit 19B, Route 50 West/Washington. Follow Route 50 West approximately five and one half miles to South Dakota Avenue and turn right onto South Dakota. Follow South Dakota one and one half miles to Monroe Street. On the right corner is a sign posted for Trinity and the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Turn left onto Monroe and follow Monroe, staying in left lane, approximately two miles until Monroe dead ends into Michigan Avenue. Turn left onto Michigan and proceed a short distance passing the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on the right. Crossing Irving Street, Trinity is on the left.
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