Wisconsin Teacher Interview Day 17, 2004 at Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. The job fair is open to new graduates and alumni of wisconsin teacher certification programs. The purpose of http://www.uwosh.edu/career/wtid.html
Extractions: Links for: Home Students/Alumni Employers Hours/Staff ... Upcoming Events/ Job Fairs University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Career Services Wisconsin Teacher Interview Day Saturday, April 17, 2004 This is the first of two scheduled education job fairs in Wisconsin and is scheduled for April 17, 2004 at Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. The job fair is open to new graduates and alumni of Wisconsin teacher certification programs. The purpose of this fair is to arrange interviews between school district personnel and certified teachers. It is also a perfect way to do some networking and get to know some school district administrators! Please check the Wisconsin Rapids School District home page for further information and registration materials or phone Tina Strobel at 715/422-6017 or E-mail her at email@example.com
Academics Completion of this major does not lead to wisconsin teacher certification, though in some cases, for some states, it may satisfy alternate certification http://www.beloit.edu/~academic/fields/majors/educ-acad.html
Extractions: Education Studies major Teacher Certification Requirements Special Certification Course Descriptions ... Department Home Page Education Studies Major (10 units) Education studies is a social science major designed for students interested in the intellectual and practical exploration of the field of education, defined broadly. This includes students aspiring to graduate study in a broad variety of fields with education sub-disciplines, as well as students interested in careers in human services, alternative education, and teaching in areas in which they cannot obtain certification at Beloit, e.g. special education, early childhood, speech and hearing, physical education, music, counseling. Completion of this major does not lead to Wisconsin teacher certification, though in some cases, for some states, it may satisfy alternate certification requirements (in part or whole).
Kenosha Unified Teaching Opportunities Qualified applicants will posses wisconsin teacher certification and/or a Bachelor s Degree. PAY SCHEDULE. Unlimited. $103.18/day. $14.74/hour. http://www.kusd.edu/district/departments/hr/appl_process/substitute_info.html
Extractions: 2001-2002 Substitute Teacher Application Process The following four items are required: Completed application (use Online Application Form) 3 letters of recommendations or a credential file College transcripts (copies are acceptable but originals will be needed if hired) Qualified applicants will posses Wisconsin teacher certification and/or a Bachelor's Degree. PAY SCHEDULE Unlimited $103.18/day $14.74/hour Limited $89.67/day $12.81/hour Long Term $133.77/day $19.11/hour These items are variables: Partial tuition reimbursement for those enrolled in a Wisconsin Teacher Certification Program The opportunity to work in clusters (i.e. elementary, middle school, high school) Call 262-653-6335 for more information The Kenosha Unified School District No. 1 is an Equal Opportunity Educator/Employer with established policies prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age, race, creed, religion, color, sex, national origin, disability or handicap, sexual orientation, or political affiliation in any program, activity or employment in the District. The Executive Director of K-8 Instruction (262-653-6008) addresses questions regarding student discrimination, and the Director of Personnel (262-653-6333) answers questions concerning staff discrimination.
Verona Wellqualified candidates will have one or more of the following qualifications wisconsin teacher certification, bilingual skills, sign language skills http://www.verona.k12.wi.us/employment/
Extractions: Our vacancies are posted at an may be searched via WECAN (Wisconsin Education Career Access Network). Apply online at WECAN . We are currently accepting applications for ALL certifications at this time. Specific vacancies for the 2004-05 school year will be posted at a later date. Click here to view current certified vacancies. Also, we are now accepting substitute teacher applications for the 2004-05 school year. Well-qualified candidates will have one or more of the following qualifications: Wisconsin teacher certification, bilingual skills, sign language skills, ability to work with special needs students, art, music, physical education skills or lifeguard certification. Complete an online application using the information listed above. Pay is $11.33/hour to $13.33/hour.
Wisconsin Educator Licensing Guide Administrator, Pupil Services, Substitute teacher/Educator Renew FAQs Adding a certification, Applying for Educators Licensed in wisconsin - Master Educator http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/dpi/dlsis/tel/licguide.html
Extractions: Wisconsin Educator Licenses Wisconsin law requires that all professional school staff be properly licensed for their assignments to teach in the public schools. The links below provide detailed information on the prerequisites, required documentation and application/renewal processes for Wisconsin educator licenses. Most items link to DPI entries on the Wisconsin.gov Licensing and Permitting Portal Jump to general Application Process Assistance links at page bottom. Career-changers: Most educator licenses require significant education preparation (at least a bachelor's degree from an accredited four year degree-granting institution of higher education) as reflected in the groupings below. (See Wis. Stat. 118.19(3)(a) ). The department has specific additional licensing requirements defined by administrative rule . School districts and Cooperative Educational Service Agencies (CESAs) may have further requirements for initial or continued employment beyond those needed for licensure. Non-educators interested in entering a teaching field should review the information below and then contact colleges/universities directly with specific questions about an area of interest.
State Contacts For Teacher Certification The rules governing teacher certification change regularly, vary greatly across states, and many states have a 304) 5587010 or (800) 982-2378. wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction 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.
Wisconsin Technical College System Governs and facilitates the activities of 16 local technical colleges. It establishes statewide policies and standards for educational programs, courses, teacher/staff certification, and distribution of federal and state educational grants. http://www.wtcsystem.org/
50 State's Certification Requirements of Education will attempt to collect the teacher certification requirements for the 50 States West Virginia. wisconsin. Wyoming. Sometimes you will want more information about a 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
Teacher Certification Links Virginia Routes to Licensure; Washington Professional certification; West Virginia teacher certification; wisconsin teacher Education and Licensing; Wyoming http://www.epi-center.net/jobs/cert.asp
UWM: School Of Education: Home ALL ADMITTED STUDENTS COMPLETING teacher certification AFTER AUGUST 2004 are PI 34 New certification Rules for PK12 2003 University of wisconsin-Milwaukee. http://www.soe.uwm.edu/pages/welcome/
Extractions: Please Select Admissions Advising Administrative Leadership Business Office Career Development Center Charter Schools CORE Doctoral Programs Education Outreach Educational Psychology Exceptional Education Financial Aid Golda Meir Library Graduate Programs Human Resources Remstadt Computer Lab Scholarships SWEA Research and Technology Technology Video Conferencing Center PI 34: New Certification Rules for PK-12 Educators
PI 34 Rules Information about teacher Education and License PI 34 Rules. training and assessment program in wisconsin, approved by the state superintendent under institutions graduates on the teacher certification or licensure assessments required by http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/dpi/dlsis/tel/pi34.html
National Council On Teacher Quality - Wisconsin to their level and teacher tenure reigns supreme. wisconsin's teacher certification hoops and hurdles are No real alternative certification program exists. From The Quest For Better http://www.nctq.org/states/wi.html
Extractions: The rationale for each standard should be a reflective narrative demonstrating your understanding of the meaning and importance of the standard for an educator and/or students. Each standard should be a living document, updated continually as the student moves through the program of student and throughout their teaching career. b. Artifacts for each Standard
Teacher Certification Programs completion of all the program requirements, resident teachers are eligible to apply for a wisconsin teaching license and a certified teacher position with MPS. http://www.milwaukee.k12.wi.us/pages/MPS/Employment_Human_Resources/Certificatio
Extractions: Each alternative certification program provides extensive resources and expert mentors and coaches who work directly with the students. Each alternative certification program is uniquely designed to meet the specific needs of the students. Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates are eligible to apply for a Wisconsin teaching license in their subject areas.
Teacher/Substitute Hiring Process and a copy of your current wisconsin state teaching successfully completed a substitute teacher training course authority bearing a seal or other certification. http://www.milwaukee.k12.wi.us/pages/MPS/Employment_Human_Resources/Teacher_Subs
Extractions: Please request the colleges or universities which you attended to send an official transcript of credits and professional references. Be sure that the transcripts show the grades received for all credits since the Milwaukee Public Schools will use the grades to determine whether you will be placed higher on the salary schedule if you have excess credits beyond those needed to graduate. Have all information sent to:
Extractions: In recent years, the number of children identified with learning disabilities has outstripped the supply of teachers with the appropriate certification. In just the past ten years, the number of students between the ages of 6 and 21 who have been identified as having learning disabilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) has increased 38 percent. More than half of all students in special education have a learning disability. In response to the increase demand for teachers with learning disabilities (LD) certification, the University of Wisconsin-River Falls created the Learning Disabilities Teacher Certification Program. This innovative program has many appealing qualities.