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         Georgia Teacher Certification:     more detail
  1. Georgia Teacher Certification Test materials for review by Wayne Moseley, 1986
  2. Performance based teacher certification in Georgia (RM) by Tom Bryan, 1979
  3. Evaluating teachers: With lessons from Georgia's Performance-based certification program (Teacher quality series) by Doris Ross, 1985
  4. Preparation for role changes in general education and special education: dual certification graduates' perspectives.: An article from: Education by Georgia M. Kerns, 1996-12-22
  5. Special education competencies for teachers: A case study of performance-based certification in Georgia by Josef F Stulac, 1980
  6. Personality characteristics and teaching performance of beginning teachers as related to certification status by Joseph Cullie Bledsoe, 1967
  7. Information guide for Georgia TCT in Spanish by Alice Hall Reynolds, 1986
  8. CESA information guide for Georgia TCT in special education: Mental retardation by Faye Waugh, 1986
  9. CESA information guide for Georgia TCT in special education: Professional knowledge by Myrna S Stenson, 1986
  10. Information guide for Georgia TCT in health and physical education by Mary Czentnar, 1986
  11. CESA TCT preparation guide for science by Charles Henderson, 1986
  12. CESA TCT preparation guide for communicative arts (area 03) by Paul E Burnette, 1986

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STATE OF georgia teacher certification REQUIREMENTS. Georgia ProfessionalStandards Commission The Application Package Information
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2. Required Courses For Georgia Teacher Certification
Special Georgia Requirements for Teacher Certification In addition to Essentials of Effective Teaching and are required by the state of Georgia for. teacher certification All Areas Courses for Georgia Teacher Certification.pdf

3. Georgia Association Of Colleges For Teacher Education
announced its Teacherto-Teacher Supporting Success Georgia's Profession Standards Commission Approves Sweeping Changes to georgia teacher certification. A copy of certification
GATE - GACTE - GAICTE 2004 Fall Conference Crowne Plazza - Powers Ferry, Atlanta October 20, 2004 Call for Proposals 2004 Spring Conference Review Brasstown Resort - Click to enlarge Additional Pictures Teacher-to-Teacher: Supporting Success The US State Department of Education recently announced its Teacher-to-Teacher: Supporting Success initiative. The initiative includes: Workshops for teachers in seven cities this summer
  • Roundtable discussions with teachers A National Summit, and An electronic Teacher Update
For additional information: New Officers
President Dr. Laruie Jossey Brewton-Parker College President-Elect Dr. Mary Gendernalik Cooper Georgia Southwestern State University Board of Director RepresentativeMember at Large Dr. Ron Colarusso Georgia State University Treasurer: Dr. Bill Ware Brenau University
G ACTE 2004 Spring Conference
Georgia's Profession Standards Commission Approves Sweeping Changes to Georgia Teacher Certification
A copy of certification rule changes may be found at

4. Departments
Announcements of faculty vacancies in Georgia. News Georgia's Profession Standards Commission Approves Sweeping Changes to georgia teacher certification. A copy of certification
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Contributions from across Georgia Opportunities Announcements of faculty vacancies in Georgia News Education Week Online
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5. The UGA College Of Education - Student Services
Specialty Area Tests All candidates applying for a certificate are required to presentpassing scores on either the georgia teacher certification Tests (not
T eacher C ertification Approved Program Options Completion of an approved teacher education program, including all applicable special Georgia requirements and assessments, is a prerequisite.
For specific course requirements for an approved program, contact the appropriate department within the College of Education. The department will determine requirements for entry into the program, the course work required to meet the approved teacher education program, and the procedures for obtaining a professional recommendation.
College of Education departments that offer teacher, leadership or service certificates in the P-12 setting:

6. GC&SU: School Of Education
Praxis II All applicants for initial State of georgia teacher certification orcertified teachers wishing to add areas to their current State of Georgia


Conceptual Framework

The Educator Preparation Program

Early Childhood and Middle Grades

Foundations and Secondary (including Instructional Technology)
Special Education and Administration
Early Childhood and Middle Grades

Foundations and Secondary (including Instructional Technology)
Special Education and Administration
Other Education Information Institutional Report Card Teacher Certification Information Central Georgia P-16 Council Requirements for Certification and other Certification Information Requirements
  • Transcript Requirements
  • Testing Requirements
    • Praxis I
    • Praxis II ... College Verification Forms
      Transcript Requirements
    • Address to send the transcript and
    • Processing Information (depending on when you want the transcript request processed). By obtaining accurate information from the Certification Office BEFORE requesting transcripts you will facilitate the certification process. For information on requesting a transcript contact the Office of the Registrar Back to top
      Testing Requirements
      Praxis I
      • Praxis I is required for initial certification
      • Praxis I is an academic skills assessment that tests knowledge in reading, math and writing.

7. Archived: National Conference On Teacher Quality - Exemplary Practices In Teache
AASU s teacher education graduates have a 97% pass rate on the formerly requiredgeorgia teacher certification Test; they are overrepresented among nominees
A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n
National Conference on Teacher Quality - Exemplary Practices in Teacher Recruitment Exemplary Practices
A-1: Pathways to Teaching: A Partnership Between Armstrong Atlantic State University and Savannah/Chatham County Schools
The Pathways Initiative began as a private funding for a public cause to satisfy the need for certified teachers, primarily minorities. At present, there are four such sources: DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest, Southern Education Foundation, The Ford Foundation and the US Department of Education's Teacher Quality Enhancement Program. In 1989, the DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund made a $250,000 grant to New York's Bank Street College of Education to support a program to prepare minority teachers for positions in the city's low-income schools. Lessons learned from this work helped guide the development of larger teacher recruitment and training efforts. The first implementation grants were made between 1990 and 1992 to Brooklyn, Hunter and Lehman Colleges in New York City, Cambridge College in Massachusetts, and Clark-Atlanta University in Georgia. In late 1992, the Fund's board of directors approved plans for a national expansion of the program. Backed by $23 million in grants

8. State Standards For Teachers
Requirements for Licensure As of July 1, 1997, the Praxis II series replacedgeorgia teacher certification Tests. From now on, Georgia
The following information concerning state standards for teachers was provided by SREB and the Columbia Group Survey. Alabama Florida Georgia
... South Carolina Alabama Minimum Requirements for Admission to Teacher Education Programs
In Alabama, a grade point average of on a 3.0 scale or a 2.5 grade point average on a scale is required for admission to teacher education programs. A passing score on the Alabama Basic Skills Test is also required for admission. Requirements for Licensure
The Alabama state legislature recently passed a law requiring colleges and universities offering teacher preparation programs to require as a condition for graduation that students pass a "nationally normed" teacher education test approved by the state board. However, the test was not implemented because of a court ruling relating to a prior teacher test in Alabama. A national teacher education test cannot be implemented without court approval. Performance Assessment of Beginning Teachers
There is no prescribed performance assessment of beginning teachers but districts are required to assess performance of all personnel. However, the Alabama State Board of Education adopted program approval rules in

9. Division Of Educational Studies, Bridge To Teaching
in the spring semester of their senior year to take course work that will providesome fundamental requirements for georgia teacher certification.
Bridge to Teaching Program
Attention Emory Undergratudes!
Would you like to start a Master's Degree program directly after graduation?
The Division of Educational Studies is pleased to offer BRIDGE-TO-TEACHING, a program that enables Emory College undergraduates in the spring semester of their senior year to take course work that will provide some fundamental requirements for Georgia teacher certification. During the spring semester students are given the opportunity to consider teaching as a career as well as make application, if they wish, to Emory's Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program. The MAT leads to teacher certification in either middle grades (to teach Grades 4-8) or one of several secondary fields (to teach Grades 7-12 English, mathematics, science, and social studies). Graduate students accepted into the MAT Program begin in the summer semester and, with successful completion of two additional semesters' course work, fulfill the requirements for Georgia's teaching certificate at the master's degree level. After being admitted to the MAT program, students will receive a substantial tuition award for courses taken in the Graduate School during the Summer, Fall, and Spring semesters. To be considered for the MAT program you must have

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11. The Home Of The Georgia Professional Standards Commission
for answers to your certification questions. More , georgia Middle Grades Mathand Science Initiative, Now that I ve decided to become a teacher, what s next
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New Certification Rules in Effect

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Changes in Required Exemption Scores for Praxis I More> We need your help. Before you decide to visit our office, please use our website or contact our Call Center for answers to your certification questions. More Georgia Middle Grades Math and Science Initiative Now that I've decided to become a teacher, what's next?: Decide what age level and subject you want to teach. Choose the most appropriate route for you to become certified. Seek Employment: View upcoming job fairs. Adhere to the Code of Ethics for educators. ... Privacy Statement

12. The Home Of The Georgia Professional Standards Commission
Like many other states, georgia has adopted a combination of National Associationof State Directors of teacher Education and certification (NASDTEC
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You can check your application and certificate status on-line by clicking HERE and then entering your social security number without hyphens as your certification code.
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Download an application
Rules and Regulations
Classification of Certificates ... Computer Skill Competency Assessment The people of Georgia established within our state Constitution that "the provision of an adequate public education for the citizens shall be a primary obligation of the State of Georgia." Educating our children continues to be Georgia’s most important undertaking. Title 20, Education, of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.), outlines the legal guidelines which govern the state education program. Title 20 creates the Professional Standards Commission (PSC) and assigns it responsibility for providing a regulatory system for "certifying and classifying" professional employees in public schools. Title 20 also requires the professional employees of all Georgia public elementary and secondary schools to hold state certification. Certification regulations and procedures are established to evaluate the credentials of prospective teachers as well as other professional employees in the schools, to ensure they meet specified preparation standards and requirements. State certification provides a standardized base-level of professional knowledge and skills for the educators working in public schools. Like many other states, Georgia has adopted a combination of individualized requirements and some commonly used standards developed by the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC). The Georgia Professional Standards Commission outlines the state certification system in

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State Department of Education. teacher certification Section. Gordon Persons Building Fax(404) 6519185. Websites teacher certification in georgia. georgia Department of Education
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14. Georgia Teacher Alternative Certification Program
Ga Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) georgia teacher Alternative certification Program Special georgia Requirements for teacher certification. Summary of GA TAPP Procedures
Northwest Ga Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA)
Georgia Teacher Alternative Certification Program
Some of these pages require Acrobat Reader. Use this link to download Acrobat Reader. Get Acrobat Reader What is the Georgia Teacher Alternative Preparation Program? Interrelated Special Education - GA TAPP Candidate Handbook ... Teach for Georgia Certification

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Pilates teacher certification, schedule and class description in Atlanta georgia.

16. 50 State's Certification Requirements
to another, the UK College of Education will attempt to collect the teacher certification requirements for the 50 States Delaware. D.C. Florida. georgia. Hawaii. Idaho. Illinois. Indiana
Certification Requirements
for 50 States

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

17. Teacher Certification
The georgia teacher Alternative Preparation Program will help noneducationmajors enter the teaching profession and achieve certification.
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Teaching certificates guarantee adequate content knowledge and teaching skills
University System teacher-preparation institutions guarantee the quality of their graduates. Graduates will know all subjects included on the teaching certificate sufficiently to help students learn the content required in schools. Teacher candidates will be required to demonstrate their ability to bring diverse students to high levels of learning.
New policy to end out-of-field teaching
Out-of-field teaching has been defined as follows: "Out-of-field teaching occurs when a teacher is teaching any subject with less than an academic minor or equivalent in that field." Strategies to end out-of-field teaching have been identified and are being put in place. The Georgia Educator Workforce Research and Development Division will gather information on numbers of out-of-field teachers, and the Professional Standards Commission will revise Middle Grades certificates to indicate approved subject areas. Middle School teachers are being offered additional coursework in math and science. Lead teachers in the Pre-K program will be required to have a two-year certificate or diploma so that they will have an academic minor or equivalent in their field.
Higher test scores required for beginning teacher certification

18. Georgia Teacher Center
who hold National Board certification are more effective teachers than those whodo not. Since its inception on July 1, 2000, georgia teacher Center activities
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Georgia Teacher Center
Georgia Teacher Center provides professional development resources to reach their fullest potential as educators. The goals of the Georgia Teacher Center are:
  • assisting Georgia teachers to improve the reputation and effectiveness of their profession; develop the leadership skills needed to guide sustained school improvement; and support teacher research into effective educational change.
There is a growing body of research indicating that teachers who hold National Board Certification are more effective teachers than those who do not. Since its inception on July 1, 2000, Georgia Teacher Center activities have helped almost 2000 teachers in this area. In FY 2001, two National Board Certification weekend academies were held to assist approximately 150 teachers pursue national certification. In FY 2002, seven weekend academies were held with an additional 500 teachers participating. In FY 2003, seven weekend academies were held with an additional 500 teachers participating. In FY 2004, seven weekend Academies have been planned. These Academies are located in both northern and southern regions of the state. The Center has developed partner schools in three geographically diverse parts of the state. These partner schools are helping the Center develop leadership and other resources to be used by teachers to lead school improvement programs. All Georgia Teacher Center programs and activities are developed by teachers and led by teachers.

19. Teacher Certification Information For Undergraduates - Georgia Tech College Of S
teacher certification Information. Teaching can be an excellent career choice. It is a very rewarding profession and salaries have been rising. There is always a demand for quality teachers that know
Teacher Certification Information
Teaching can be an excellent career choice. It is a very rewarding profession and salaries have been rising. There is always a demand for quality teachers that know their field. People that want to teach in grades K-12 in public school systems must have a license to teach. The state of Georgia has 57 different teaching licenses that are issued by the Professional Standards Commission (PSC). Each license has a specific set of rules that must be completed before a license is granted. These rules include:
  • Having a bachelors degree with a GPA of 2.5 or higher Having certain course work in the teaching field of interest (e.g. MATH grade 7-12 license requires certain math classes) Having courses in the profession of teaching (education courses)

20. DCSS: Certification In Georgia
DeKalb Human Resources. teacher certification. The georgia Professional StandardsCommission sets standards for teachers seeking state certification.
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T he Georgia Professional Standards Commission sets standards for teachers seeking state certification. Even though you may hold a teaching certificate from another state, a valid Georgia certificate is required to teach in this state. Your degree, teaching experience and license(s) from other inter-agreement states are factors in meeting Georgia's certification requirements, but they do not assure you of having met requirements in Georgia. G eorgia Professional Standards Commission handles all matters pertaining to the issuance of teaching certificates in the State of Georgia. For information on eligibility, reciprocity, testing requirements and applications, please contact the Commission directly at: G eorgia Professional Standards Commission
1452 Twin Towers East
Atlanta, Georgia 30334
Telephone: 404.657.9000 in metropolitan Atlanta or
1.800.869.7775 in Georgia only.
Fax: 404.651.1313
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