Applying For The Maryland Teacher's Certification The State of Maryland, not SU, grants teacher and administrator certification. I am writing to receive an evaluation for maryland teacher certification. http://seidel.salisbury.edu/~educatio/PTEP/mdcert.html
Extractions: (DOC) Seidel News Graduating with an education degree does not automatically create your teaching or administrator's certificate in Maryland. You must apply for certification. If you are offered a job before you have applied for certification, your new school district will often apply for your certificate on your behalf. But if a job offer isnt on the table or you plan to leave Maryland, you should apply for your certificate right after graduation. Preparing Your Packet You should send a complete packet of information to the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE). Your application packet should include: 1. Cover letter including your name, address, social security number, telephone number and the subject area(s) for which you want certification. If you have completed student teaching, give dates, subjects and grade levels taught. Keep it brief.
Extractions: Wednesday, March 10, 2004; 4:34 PM Teachers, specialists, administrators, and certain nonpublic school personnel employed in special education facilities must hold a valid certification that meets state requirements. Teaching Certification in Maryland Maryland teachers receive certification typically by completing a college or university state-approved educator program. Those who hold a valid out of-state- certificate may be eligible with certain additional course requirements. Also, an interstate certificate may be granted to those with at least three years of experience within a seven-year period. Praxis exam requirements vary according to specialty. Process and Fees Applications for teaching certificates are accepted by mail or online. Completed applications, including a $10 fee per certificate or renewal, and will be processed in about 90 days. Note: Duplicate certifications are not issued, however written verification forms may be obtained from MSDE, 200 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, MD 21201 Interstate Agreement Only teachers with professional certification and three out of seven years teaching experience will be eligible for interstate reciprocity.
BCCC 2003-2004 Catalog For more information, call 410462-7744. maryland teacher certification Pathway. The maryland teacher certification Pathway is a non-degree, non-certificate http://www.bccc.state.md.us/catalog/catalog.php?page=101
The Baltimore City Community College Teacher Preparation. maryland teacher certification/Recertification Pathway. not a college degree or certificate program. Special Education Assistant. x. http://www.bccc.state.md.us/metadot/index.pl?iid=2231&isa=Category
POST: Computer Technology Teacher Certification Please help me obtain the requirements for maryland teacher certification for Computer Technology. I have a BA in Art and recently http://www.teachers.net/mentors/es-gen/topic60/4.20.01.14.45.16.html
Teacher Certification Isn't Working The Abell Foundation just released "teacher certification Reconsidered Stumbling for Quality." It argues that maryland's teacher certification requirements should be loosened or http://www.education-consumers.com/articles/teacher_certification.asp
Extractions: "Teacher Certification Reconsidered: Stumbling for Quality." October 18, 2001 - The Abell Foundation just released "Teacher Certification Reconsidered: Stumbling for Quality." It argues that Maryland's teacher certification requirements should be loosened or eliminated because there is no credible evidence that they ensure quality. We agree. There is simply no good evidence that teacher certification produces demonstrable gains in student achievement. In fact, much of the research is embarrassingly deficient. A February 2001 report by the University of Washington Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy agrees: "There is no research that directly assesses what teachers learn in their pedagogical preparation and then evaluates the relationship of that pedagogical knowledge to student learning or teacher behavior." Taking the opposite view is the National Commission on Teaching and America's Future (NCTAF) led by Professor Linda Darling-Hammond. The Commission has been urging the states to adopt expanded certification requirements. Professor Darling-Hammond called the Abell Foundation's report a "stunning exercise in misrepresentation."
50 State's Certification Requirements of Education will attempt to collect the teacher certification requirements for the 50 States Kansas. Kentucky. Louisiana. Maine. maryland. Massachusetts. Michigan. Minnesota. Mississippi 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
Extractions: This article is taken from The Job Search Handbook for Educators. Each year, more than 135,000 teacher candidates use this book to help organize their job searches. This is just one of many featured articles which are researched and written by AAEE members. If you would like more information on ordering this handbook, c lick here The Job Search Handbook for Educators A teaching certification is valid only in the state for which it is issued, and certification and testing requirements are never static. If you are planning to move to another state, you should contact that state's certification office, as listed below. The number code following each entry indicates the types of testing which the state required at the time this information was published in the 1999 Job Search Hanbook. The key to the codes follows the state listing. When you write or call the state certification office, indicate the type of certificate you are receiving from your current state, which national tests you have taken, and ask for application materials and procedures for obtaining certification in the new state. Another source of information about certification requirements will be the actual districts to which you apply.
Office Of Teacher Certification Office of teacher certification 200 East North Avenue Baltimore, maryland 21202 Telephone 410396-8867 or 8868 certification@bcps.K12.md.us. http://www.bcps.k12.md.us/Teachers/Certification/Index.asp
Extractions: certification@bcps.K12.md.us The Office of Teacher Certification is an essential component in supporting the mission of the Baltimore City Public School System. We share the goal of improving student achievement by ensuring that our students have qualified and competent teachers and administrators. Staff members serve as professional growth advisers and liaisons to the Maryland State Department of Education's Office of Certification for all educational employees who are required to maintain a valid Maryland teaching certificate. Baltimore City Public School System employees with certification questions can e-mail the Office of Teacher Certification for a quick response. Certification Welcome Commonly Used Acronyms Useful Definitions Your Maryland Certificate ... Maryland State Department of Education Baltimore City Public School System
Your Maryland Certificate any errors on the certificate to the BCPSS s Office of teacher certification. Remember, this is your license to teach in an accredited school in maryland. http://www.bcps.k12.md.us/Teachers/Certification/Your_Maryland_Certificate.asp
Extractions: Everyone employed as a teacher, instructional specialist, instructional supervisor, or administrator of instruction in a public school system in Maryland. Although you may hold, have held, or are applying for a teaching certificate out of the state of Maryland, as an employee you are required to hold a valid Maryland teaching, specialist, supervisor, or administrative certificate. This is your license to teach in an accredited public school in Maryland. All Maryland certificates have issuance and expiration dates of July 1 or January 1. If your employment begins between the dates of July 1 and December 31, you will have an issuance and expiration date of July 1. If your employment begins between the dates of January 1 and June 30, you will have an issuance and expiration date of January 1.
MARYLAND TEACHER STAFFING REPORT 2003 - 2005 maryland teacher STAFFING REPORT 2003 2005. maryland State Department of Education 200 West Baltimore 57 Table 13 maryland teacher Graduates in certification Areas. by Gender - 2001 http://www.msde.state.md.us/paab/pdf/Staffing2002-04.pdf
State Contacts For Teacher Certification The rules governing teacher certification change regularly, vary greatly across states, and many states state.me.us. maryland Dept. of Education. teacher Education/certification. 200 W http://www.aip.org/statistics/trends/reports/teacher.htm
Extractions: current issue If you are considering teaching as a career choice, the following information will be vital to you. The rules governing teacher certification change regularly, vary greatly across states, and many states have a number of different options, including alternate teacher certification. Below is a list of the specific offices to call regarding teacher certification requirements in each state.
State Contacts For Alternative Teacher Certification Poll results show rapid development of alternative routes to teacher certification at the state level. This table provides related state contacts. firstname.lastname@example.org. maryland Department of Education teacher Education/certification. 200 W http://www.ncei.com/State-alt-contact.htm
MCPS: Maryland Teacher Technology Standards Grant. The standards were first used with students seeking teacher certification at colleges and universities in maryland. The student http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/departments/technology/techstandards/faq/
Extractions: The techstandards were developed as part of the Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Grant. The standards were first used with students seeking teacher certification at colleges and universities in Maryland. The student teacher candidates were required to complete portfolios and take performance assessments based on the MTTS in order to demonstrate technology proficiency prior to graduation from their programs. The PT3 grant was designed to bring about a change and ensure that graduates of teacher certification had an understanding of technology and technology integration. Who is expected to use the standards?
Extractions: Resident Teacher Certification Program Program Modules FAQ Graduate Admissions Overview The Resident Teacher Certification Program (RTC) is an accelerated, alternative route to teacher certification in Maryland. This cohort program, which includes 9 semester hours of coursework, and a residential experience in a local school system, requires one-year of successful teaching and the completion of state-required reading courses. Successful candidates may be eligible for the Maryland Standard Professional Certificate I at the end of the first year of teaching. Certification Areas Available: Biology Chemistry Computer Science Earth/Space Science Elementary Education ESOL French History Mathematics Physics Social Studies Spanish Admissions Requirement Tuition and Fees Current tuition for nine semester hours (books and course materials not included) Program Features The recognized leader in online graduate education, University of Maryland University College is fully accredited and is a member of the University System of Maryland. Our online graduate programs are based on more than 50 years of experience in distance education for working adults. Save time and effort as you work via computer with exceptional instructors, most with terminal degrees.