Arizona Teacher Certification Information about study manuals and practice question manuals for the Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessments (AEPA). Contains contact details for ordering these materials. http://www.arizonateachercertification.com/
Extractions: Study manuals are designed to provide students with review material related to the Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessments (AEPA) exam. Each component of the exam is discussed in detail within each manual. Outlined study material related to the information on the exam is provided. Each manual also contains practice questions similar to the actual test questions. Vocabulary lists, references, and test-taking strategies are included. These manuals are useful for group or individual study.
Arizona Education Association Department of Education ( ADE ) and the State Board of Education during the fiveyearprocess of revising the arizona teacher certification standards, rules http://www.arizonaea.org/teaching/certification.html
Extractions: AEA leaders worked closely with the Arizona Department of Education ("ADE") and the State Board of Education during the five-year process of revising the Arizona teacher certification standards, rules, and procedures. AEA's focus is on ensuring that quality teachers are licensed to teach in Arizona, that fingerprint checks and certificate issuance occur in a timely and fair fashion, that teachers from other states can more easily be certified in Arizona, and that recertification requirements meet the professional growth needs of practicing teachers. Largely through AEA efforts, teachers now have professional choices about the nature of professional development that will help them. AEA also worked to ensure that teachers from other states have reciprocity for certificates and fingerprint checks, and AEA is diligent in its efforts to provide quality alternate certification paths. AEA continues to work with the State Board regarding certification rules, and implementation procedures; and continues to lobby for funding of professional growth opportunities for school employees. In addition, AEA supports mentoring and peer assistance and other ways to improve the teaching profession.
Ottawa University Academics Professional Studies arizona teacher certification. Ifyou hold a baccalaureate or advanced degree from an accredited http://www.ottawa.edu/aztl.htm
Extractions: @import url(arwen.css); If you hold a baccalaureate or advanced degree from an accredited university and would like to become certified to teach in Arizona schools, Ottawa University offers a teacher certification program for you. This program is designed to meet the requirements set forth by the Arizona Department of Education for public school teaching. The Teacher Certification Program provides the necessary training, coursework and expertise needed to acquire a teaching certificate in elementary education (grades K-8) or secondary education (grades 7-12). The program of study prepares the candidate for successful completion of the state prescribed pre-certification performance tests and a successful career as a certified teacher. In addition to an undergraduate degree, students seeking certification in elementary education must complete a 45 semester credit hour course of study that includes 8 semester credit hours of student teaching. Candidates who seek certification in secondary education must have a teachable major (i.e. math, science, history) and complete a 30 semester credit hour course of study that includes 8 semester credit hours of student teaching.
Arizona Teacher Certification as a companion to the corresponding arizona teacher certification manual. The questions in each practice question manual are aligned to the arizona teacher certification exam. http://www.arizonateachercertification.com/questions.html
Extractions: Each practice question manual contains specific test competencies corresponding to the exam. Each practice question manual is designed as a companion to the corresponding Arizona Teacher Certification manual. The questions in each practice question manual are aligned to the Arizona Teacher Certification exam.
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Extractions: Home How to Teach in Maricopa County The Maricopa County Superintendent of Schools Office (MCSOS) provides an array of fiscal and educational services to the citizens and school districts of Maricopa County. However, it does not preside or hold jurisdiction over the school districts. Rather, the districts are run by their community-elected governing boards. Due to the self-government of the school districts, each district is responsible for the hiring of its administrative, certified and classified employees. If you are seeking employment at a public school or school district, please contact the human resources department of the school district with whom you'd like to submit an application. For a listing of Maricopa County School District contact information, please click here or contact us during regular business hours at 602-506-3866.
Learning Circle Newsletter, Issue 26 http//www.csuchico.edu/lbstonln http//www.calteach.com; arizona teacher certificationOnline Program Rio Salado College, Arizona, has introduced an online http://www.adultstudentcenter.com/lc/news_26.html
Extractions: Welcome to the Learning Circle! Issue No. 26, August 7, 2001 The Learning Circle biweekly newsletter, published by the Adult Student Center, provides information and inspiration for adults returning to college. To subscribe to the Learning Circle, please visit http://www.adultstudentcenter.com/register.htm . If you no longer need this information, you may unsubscribe by forwarding this entire message to firstname.lastname@example.org IN THIS ISSUE: THIS WEEK'S ARTICLE Learning for Life There are many reasons adults decide to go back to school. One of the most important is for personal growth. But probably the most common reasons are job-related. It's easy to understand why career issues take precedence. Having to juggle daily financial, family and job pressures makes us eminently practical. No doubt this is why business programs are so popular with adults (according to the NCES, nearly 1/3 of all adults with bachelor's degrees majored in business). Or why paralegal, accounting, and computer technology programs are widely available. But we also tend to be somewhat impatient and single-minded in the pursuit of job skills, sometimes at the expense of our general education.
Adult Student Center: Online Learning Resources arizona teacher certification Online Rio Salado College, Arizona, has introducedan online certification program for those who want to teach kindergarten http://www.adultstudentcenter.com/vclassroom.html
Extractions: Rio Salado College , Arizona, has introduced an online certification program for those who want to teach kindergarten through high school. Entry into the program requires a bachelor's degree. Through reciprocity, teachers certified in Arizona may also be able to teach in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Extractions: Arizona Teacher Certification The requirements for teacher certification may vary depending on your location and the academic level that you would like to teach. The following schools can give you the education to become a certified teacher in Arizona. Below is a listing of Arizona teacher education schools: University of Phoenix click a location below to request more information
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY arizona teacher certification programs are offered including elementary, secondary,special education and school administration. arizona teacher certification. http://www.dm.af.mil/educate/chapman.htm
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Extractions: Home Calendar of Events Newsletters Subscription SAIS ... Common Logon Superintendent Tom Horne Find a School School/Dist/AZ Report Cards Programs Teacher Certification Accountability Board of Education Financial Services Contact ADE About ADE Resource Center Charter Schools Biography Public School Search School List Wizard Virtual Schools ... Early Childhood Education Educational Services Education Programs School Effectiveness Special Education ... AZ LEARNS subMenu 7-1 subMenu 7-2 subMenu 7-3 subMenu 7-4 subMenu 7-5 Annual Report E-Rate Grants Management Procurement ... Charter School Search Superintendent Tom Horne HOT TOPICS Horne Wins Preliminary Approval for Destruction of Barriers to Entry Into Teaching Profession Arizona Department of Education, APS, ClearChannel Outdoor Childhelp USA, Child Abuse Prevention Arizona and GO Media join forces to raise awareness for child abuse in local schools Teachers to view locally produced award-winning child abuse prevention video as part of child abuse awareness initiative
50 State's Certification Requirements Education will attempt to collect the teacher certification requirements for the 50 States Good luck in your search!! Alabama. Alaska. arizona. Arkansas. California. Colorado. Connecticut http://www.uky.edu/Education/TEP/usacert.html
Extractions: In an effort to facilitate the movement from one state to another, the UK College of Education will attempt to collect the teacher certification requirements for the 50 States. We recognize that States are continually revising their teacher certification/licensure rules and requirements. This page is intended to help you gather planning information on states of your choice! You might want to look at the certification requirements and later look for position announcements in the State. Good luck in your search!! Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C. Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Sometimes you will want more information about a State's educational offerings, you can go to the
Ottawa University Admissions arizona PostBaccalaureate teacher certification. Forthose with a baccalaureate or advanced degree from an accredited http://www.ottawa.edu/admissionsazpostbacteach.htm
Extractions: @import url(arwen.css); For those with a baccalaureate or advanced degree from an accredited university wishing to become certified to teach in Arizona schools, Ottawa University offers a teacher certification program. The program is designed to meet the requirements set forth by the Arizona Department of Education for public school teaching. The Teacher Certification Program provides the necessary training, coursework and expertise needed to acquire a teaching certificate in elementary education (grades K-8) or secondary education (grades 7-12). Courses are offered during 12-week terms during the fall, winter and spring and also during an abbreviated summer session. Complete programs of study are available in the evenings and weekends.
Extractions: (pdf) Teacher-Librarian Certification in Arizona: The current certification requirements are under revision. At present (February 2003), teacher-librarians must hold a teaching credential, have served one year as a classroom teacher, and pass the AEPA, a paper and pencil test, to receive a "School/Library Media" endorsement. Proposed Changes:
ASU College Of Education Office Of Student Services arizona Educator Proficiency Assessments (AEPA) Candidates for teacher certification must successfully to report pass rates on all teacher certification/licensure examinations http://www.coe.asu.edu/oss/programs.php
Extractions: email@example.com The College of Education offers five (5) undergraduate degree programs in the following majors: Within Secondary Education, the College of Education collaborates with the College of Liberal Arts to offer 18 areas of specialization. Undergraduate students interested in teacher certification in art, music, or dance are admitted to the College of Fine Arts, completing additional coursework through the College of Education. In addition to these undergraduate degrees, the college also prepares post-baccalaureate students who already have a bachelor's degree in a non-education field, for teacher certification by the state. All students, undergraduate and post-baccalaureate, must seek admission to the professional Initial Teacher Certification Program (ITC). Admission to the professional program is competitive and there is a separate admission process required. Undergraduate Degrees Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification Programs Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessments (AEPA) Candidates for teacher certification must successfully complete the appropriate examinations within the Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessments (AEPA) program as developed and approved by the Arizona State Board of Education. Title II of the Higher Education Act requires teacher preparation programs to report pass rates on all teacher certification/licensure examinations. In keeping with this requirement, Arizona State University, Main Campus results are available on-line at
Extractions: Source: Arizona State Board of Education Certification Unit , March, 1999 Special education certificates k-12 Cross-categorical certificates Specialized special education certificates Severely and profoundly disabled certificates ... Early childhood special education certificates Special Education certificates are issued in the following areas: cross-categorical, mental retardation, emotional disability, learning disability, orthopedic/health impairment, hearing impaired, visually impaired, speech and language impaired, severely and profoundly disabled, and early childhood special education (birth to age 5). Cross-categorical certificates The holder is qualified to teach students with mild to moderate mental retardation, emotional disability, learning disability, and orthopedic/health impairment. Requirements for the provisional cross-categorical certificate Valid for two years, not renewable. You must meet the requirements for the Standard Certificate within the two year period. All requirements must be met.