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  1. [Letter] to the township superintendent of schools [from] Daniel B. Briggs, Superintendent of schools, Lansing, August 30, 1875 (Circular / Dept. of Public Instruction) by Daniel B Briggs, 1975
  2. The development and implementation of pre-service and in-service occupational teacher education programs designed to meet certification and baccalaureate degree requirements: Report number three by Daniel E Vogler, 1974
  3. Certification employment and attrition of special education professional personnel in Michigan by Gary R Smith, 1981
  4. Generic and curriculum-specific instructional planning in alternative routes to certification (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:326532) by Mary M. Kennedy, 1990
  5. Michigan not a big supporter of national certification program (Viewpoint on public issues) by George C Leef, 2002
  6. Analogy and credentialling (Research series--Institute for Research on Teaching) by Robert E Floden, 1978

61. Department Of Education - Northern Michigan University
At Northern michigan University, we understand this. When we opened our doors in 1899, it was as the region’s teacher certification institution.
"Northern Michigan University’s School of Education has done an outstanding job at gradually preparing me to be the teacher I desire to be through each semester’s classes building on the last."
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  • Student Michigan Education Association student organization fosters professional development Most education courses include field experiences in K-12 classrooms A number of education courses meet in public school buildings to expand teaching opportunities Apprenticeships in Special Education offer opportunities to refine goals and polish skills
Financial Aid Development Fund Go to.... College of Professional Studies Department of Nursing College of Arts and Sciences Search Page Prospective Students Current Students Faculty and Staff Academics NMU Home Page It takes a special kind of person to be a teacher. At Northern Michigan University, we understand this. When we opened our doors in 1899, it was as the region’s teacher certification institution. Throughout our more than 100 years, teaching teachers has remained one of Northern’s most important roles. In fact, education ranks as our top major, and more than 10 percent of our undergraduate student population is enrolled in elementary, secondary, or special education programs. High academic standards, innovative teaching practices, and close relationships with schools and practicing teachers make NMU a strong choice for pursuing a career in education. Do you have what it takes to be a teacher? If you do, there is a classroom of students waiting somewhere for you.

62. NMU School Of Education Title II Website
michigan Test for teacher certification Annual Institutional Report. michigan Test for teacher certification Annual Institution Report Program Year 19992000.
The Teacher Education Programs
Title II Institutional Report
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In cases where a program completer has taken a given assessment more than once, the highest score on that test must be used. There must be at least 10 program completers taking the same assessment in an academic year for data on that assessment to be reported; for aggregate or summary data, there must also be at least 10 program completers (although not necessarily taking the same assessment) for data to be reported. Michigan Test for Teacher Certification
Annual Institutional Report Program Year: 1999-2000
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Institution: 213 - Northern Michigan University
Number of Program Completers: 150
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Program Year: 1999-2000 Test Field/Category Institution Statewide Number Tested Number Passed Pass Rate Pass Rate Basic Skills Reading Math Writing Aggregate Academic Content Areas 02 English 04 Speech 08 Geography 09 History 10 Political Science 11 Psychology 12 Sociology 16 Science 17 Biology 18 Chemistry 19 Physics 20 Geology/Earth Science 22 Mathematics 23 French 28 Spanish 39 Music Education 41 Art Education 43 Health 44 Physical Education 49 Environmental Studies 83 Elementary Education 84 Social Studies Aggregate Other Content Areas 32 Business Education 38 Industrial Arts Aggregate Teaching to Special Populations 56 Mentally Impaired 57 Speech and Language Impaired 59 Emotionally Impaired Aggregate Summary Totals and Pass Rate The information contained herein is confidential and must not be disclosed to unauthorized persons. Appropriate safeguards must be implemented to protect against improper disclosure of this information.

63. American Teachers: Links & Contacts For State Certification And Licensing Requir
michigan Dept. of Education teacher Preparation/certification PO.Box 30008 Lansing, MI 48909 Attn Ghada Khoury (517) 3731925. Minnesota Dept.
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Students must also pass the staterequired michigan Test for teacher certification content area tests in the major and minor fields of certification before
Education: Teacher Certification Program (Teacher certification requirements listed are subject to changes mandated by the Michigan State Board of Education.) The process for pursuing teacher certification has several steps. An application and a departmental action are required at each of the steps listed below. Additionally, all education students are required to pass the three sections (reading, writing, and mathematics) of the State-required Michigan Basic Skills Test (MBST) within the first two semesters of enrollment in teacher education courses. Students will not be permitted to register for further course work until all sections of the MBST are passed.
  • Entry into Teacher Education Students who wish to begin taking teacher education courses must schedule an appointment with the associate or assistant dean of the College of Education and Human Services, who will assist the student with a plan of work toward the desired level of certification. Students can begin taking education courses at this stage. These include EDU 401 or 402, EDU 420, EDU 432, EDU 440, EDU 459, SED 460. EDU 401/402 and EDU 432 must be taken in the first two semesters of enrollment. (See following pages for course prerequisites.) Education methods courses cannot be taken at this stage. Students must present passing scores for the reading, writing, and mathematics sections of the Michigan Basic Skills Test (MBST) within the first two semesters of enrollment in teacher education courses. Additional education course work will not be permitted until all sections of the MBST are passed.
  • 65. School Of Education - Teacher Certification Home Page
    Welcome to the teacher certification Home Page! Return to top ^ State of michigan certification. michigan Provisional Certificate.

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    State of Michigan Certification

    Welcome to the Teacher Certification Home Page!
    SDA Certification
    SDA Basic Certificate
    SDA Standard Certificate SDA Professional Certificate
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    State of Michigan Certification
    Michigan Provisional Certificate
    Michigan Professional Certificate
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    Preliminary School Psychology Certificate
    ... Return to top SDA CERTIFICATION SDA Basic Certificate The Basic Teaching Certificate may be issued to the candidates presenting a Verification of Eligibility form from Andrews University. The certificate is issued by the union conference where the candidate takes his/her first teaching position. CLICK HERE (3) In addition to the education requirements the following requirements must also be completed:
  • Religion Requirements A minimum of 12 semester hours in religion, taken at a Seventh- dayAdventist college/university or through Home Study International.
  • A course in SDA Church History
  • Health Principles A course in health based on the Bible and the writings of Ellen G. White. Choose one: CHMN547, HLED130, 420
  • SDA School Experience All candidates for SDA certification must have significant structured experiences in a Seventh-day Adventist school.
  • 66. School Of Education - Secondary Education
    Public Act 267 (1986), Public Act 282 (1992) and Public Act 289 (1995) mandates teacher testing as one aspect of michigan s teacher certification requirements.

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    Welcome Degrees Offered Credits Bachelor of Science [BS] / Bachelor of Arts [BA] ... Master of Arts in Teaching [MAT] Return to top
    Our Mission
    The mission of the Elementary Education Program is to prepare competent compassionate committed teachers.
    Program Faculty
    Larry D. Burton, PhD Chair and Professor M. Louise Moon, EdD Associate Professor, Reading Specialist Raymond J. Ostrander, PhD Associate Professor Bradley W. Sheppard, MA Professor Return to top Contact Information Nancy Miller General Questions Phone#: 269-471-3465 Phone#: 1-800-253-2874 (ask for Teacher Certification) Fax#: 269-471-6374 E-mail: Jeannie Wolfer Certification Questions Phone#: 269-471-3599 E-mail: Andrews University Berrien Springs, MI 49104-0114 Return to top How do I get admitted into the teacher education program? What do I need to complete before I apply to the Teacher Preparation Program? What is the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification? (MTTC exam)? ... Return to top How do I get admitted into the teacher education program? The application for admission to the teacher preparation program should be submitted by undergraduate students during their sophomore year while completing EDTE215. This should be done by transfer students and by Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) students during the first semester of enrollment. Applications are considered biannually by the Certification, Screening, and Petitions Committee

    67. MITT Elementary Sample Questions: Michigan Teacher's Certificati
    MITT Elementary Sample Questions michigan teacher s certification Test. Title MITT Elementary Sample Questions michigan teacher s certification Test.
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    MTTC Elementary Competencies and Skills michigan teacher s certification Test 1581972024 158197-202-4 MITT Elementary Sample Questions michigan teacher s
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    69. Marygrove College > Teacher Certification
    the course work for teacher certification, your major, your minor, and passing the appropriate michigan tests for teacher certification (MTTC), you will be
    Academic Programs Academic Advising and Career Services Admissions Athletics Program ... Virtual Tour Teacher Certification
    For information, contact:
    Gale McFedries, M.Ed.
    Madame Cadillac Building, Room 223
    Phone: (313) 927-1457
    For additional certification information, see Education section.

    Faculty: Steffanie Bowles, Susan Claiborne, Esther Coleman, Jan Hunt, Rebecca Hunt, Vivian Johnson, Kim Katz, Mary Ellen McClanaghan, Chukwunyere Okezie, Mary Ann Smith Owens, James Rivard, Victoria Rybicki, Carl Wagner, Gloria Warren, Paula Watkins MISSION STATEMENT
    Marygrove College Education Division Conceptual Framework
    The Education Unit, in cooperation with other academic units, prepares students for teaching at the preschool, elementary, and secondary levels. Entrance into the College does not guarantee admission to the teacher certification program. Students must make a separate application to the teacher certification program. Prior to admission to the certification program, undergraduates will be assigned an advisor who will assist in planning the sequence of certification courses. Students must have a certifiable major and minor and adhere to the certification requirements as listed below in order to obtain teacher certification.

    70. Marygrove College > Graduate > Griot, Sage & TASC Programs
    Applicants must also complete the michigan teacher Test for certification (MTTC) Basic Skills exam in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics with successful scores
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    For information on the Griot Program, contact:
    Chukwunyere Okezie, Ph.D.
    Madame Cadillac Building, Room 217
    Phone: (313) 927-1382
    E-mail: For information on the Sage Program, contact:
    Carl B. Wagner, Ed.D.
    Madame Cadillac Building, Room 224
    Phone : (313) 927-1510
    E-mail: For information on the Teaching As a Second Career (TASC) Program, contact:
    Brenda Bryant Madame Cadillac Building, Room 302 Phone: (313) 927-1502 E-mail: PROGRAMS OFFERED Master of Education with Initial Elementary or Secondary Teacher Certification Professional Certification through Planned Programs GENERAL INFORMATION THE GRIOT PROGRAM THE SAGE PROGRAM THE TEACHING AS A SECOND CAREER (TASC) CERITIFICATION PROGRAM Features of the Program: Who will benefit from the TASC Program?

    71. Archived: National Conference On Teacher Quality - Exemplary Practices In Teache
    Henry Ford Community College is located in Dearborn, michigan, also an Since teacher certification programs have many specific requirements covering admissions
    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 Preparation Exemplary Practices
    B-1: Bringing Diverse Populations into the Teacher Certification Process
    The College of Education at Wayne State University focuses on the preparation of professional educators for urban settings. In 1997 the College won the AACTE award for best practice in the area of supporting diversity in the teaching profession. Preparation programs at the College are field-based and work in close collaboration with the public schools, including the Detroit Public Schools. The theme of the College is "The Urban Educator as a Reflective, Innovative Professional."
    The College of Education at Wayne State University has always been committed to recruitment of a diverse population of students. Approximately 25% of the 30,000 students at the University are from minority groups. Within the College of Education, however, small pools of students from minority groups were applying for initial teacher preparation programs. In an attempt to increase the number of certified teachers from minority groups, two major initiatives were developed: articulation agreements with local community colleges; and alternative pathways to teaching programs with the Detroit Public Schools. Located in the center of Detroit, in close proximity to downtown, Wayne State University is commuting distance from the five campuses of the Wayne County Community College District. Henry Ford Community College is located in Dearborn, Michigan, also an easy commute to the campus of WSU. Both community colleges have open admissions policies and serve a non-traditional population with an average age of 27. Both institutions have high numbers of students who are members of minority groups. All three institutions are large and complex.

    72. Archived: Reforms In Preservice Preparation Programs And Teacher Certification S
    with a group of about 40 michigan State University Professional Development School certification. National Council for Accreditation of teacher Education (NCATE
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    Improving America's Schools: Newsletter on Issues in School Reform - May 1996
    Reforms in Preservice Preparation Programs and Teacher Certification Standards
    Just as states, districts, and educational associations are beginning to rethink professional development strategies to support school improvement, they are also trying to reform preservice preparation programs and teacher certification standards. They have been exploring better ways to prepare new teachers, certify experienced teachers, and provide ongoing professional development to practicing educators. Many organizations-including schools, universities, and national educator groups-have created professional development schools that fit the continuing needs of teachers, from their preservice period to after many years of practice. In addition, educators, professional organizations, private foundations, and others have established a National Board for Professional Teaching Standards that can certify and recognize exceptional, experienced teachers.
    Professional Development Schools
    The professional development school framework encourages simultaneous restructuring of K-12 schools and colleges of education. Professional development schools provide clinical settings that prepare novice teachers to succeed in real schools and communities. Like medical students who serve an internship in hospitals, novice teachers learn to apply their coursework to the everyday challenges of actual teaching. The schools also provide ongoing professional development for experienced teachers and university faculty.

    73. Calvin Education Department-Guidebook-Certification
    Calvin teacher certification Office at 616526-6208 for more information on Canadian certification. Even though you have no intention of teaching in michigan,
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    TEACHER CERTIFICATION State of Michigan In the state of The state of Michigan charges a substantial fee and requires passing scores on a number of tests to issue a Provisional certificate.  Calvin College also may not recommend anyone for certification to the Michigan Department of Education unless Calvin has proof that, in addition to passing the Basic Skills Test, the appropriate tests in the concentration majors and minors, and for elementary, the Elementary Test have been passed.  However, even if you have no intention of teaching in Michigan , it is to your advantage to get a Michigan provisional certificate before going to another state because another state is more likely to certify you without requiring you to take additional courses once you have been certified in Michigan .  You will receive more information on certification during directed teaching. The Teacher Education Program at Calvin College matches or exceeds the requirements for a Michigan Provisional certificate.  Because Calvin College is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, graduates can more easily obtain certification in other states.

    74. National Center For Alternative Certification
    candidates, or the appropriate subject area examinations for secondary candidates, offered through the michigan Test for teacher certification (MTTC) program.
    Select a State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia 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 TITLE Michigan's Alternative Routes to Teacher Certification (MARTC) HISTORY In May 1993, the State Board of Education approved "A Model Process and Standards for Alternative Routes to Teacher Certification" (MARTC). MOTIVATION MARTC is designed to address local/regional teacher shortages (1) in specific grade levels, (2) in subjects or geographic settings, (3) and to promote diversity of culture and gender by expanding the pool of minority and underrepresented teacher candidates. It will allow Michigan citizens who have been professionally active in specialized areas and who are interested in teaching to come into the teaching profession in non-traditional ways. GRADE LEVELS AND/OR SUBJECT AREAS COVERED All grade levels, Pre K-12, and all teacher certification endorsement areas where there is a critical need , identified by: an LEA or consortium of LEAs and verified by the appropriate teacher bargaining organization(s) to assure that there is no existing pool of appropriately certified teachers; an approved teacher preparation institution or consortium of such IHEs; and the Michigan Department of Education; as approved by the State Board of Education.

    75. Licensure - Frequently Asked Questions
    of State Directors of teacher Education and certification (NASDTEC) standards; Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada
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    Questions and Answers
    In what areas are licenses issued? Licenses are issued in administrative, supervisory, student service, and teaching areas. Teaching areas encompass birth through kindergarten, elementary (K-6), middle grades (6-9), secondary grades (9-12), special subjects (K-12), exceptional children (K-12), and vocational education. Back to Top
    How do I qualify for a North Carolina license?
    The standard basis for licensure is the completion of an approved education program at an accredited college or university. Most out-of-state applicants qualify through reciprocity plans that allow educators from outside North Carolina to establish eligibility for licensing in North Carolina.

    76. Teacher Ed At UD
    of Education Office of Professional Preparation and certification PO Box 30008 Lansing, MI 48909, (517) 3733310, michigan Test for teacher certification.
    State Licensing Agencies Click on the state name to link to the State Department of Education website. State / Address Telephone Test Requirements Alabama State Department of Education Teacher Placement and Recruitment
    Gordon Persons Bldg.
    Rom 5202, P.O. Box 302101
    M ontgomery, AL 36130-2101 None Alaska Alaska Department of Education
    Teacher Certification
    801 W. 10th St.
    Suite 200
    Juneau, AK 99801-1894 Praxis Series Arizona Arizona State Board Of Education
    Teacher Certification Unit
    P.O. Box 6490
    Phoenix, AZ 85005-6490 Arizona Teacher Proficiency Exam ( AEPA Arkansas Arkansas Department of Education Professional Licensure #4 Capitol Mall, Room 106B or 107B Little Rock, AR 72201-1071

    77. Riverdeep | For Teachers | Michigan Certification
    Exam for elementary candidates, or the appropriate subject area exams for secondary candidates on the michigan Test for teacher certification (MTTC) offered
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    Michigan Department of Education - Teacher Certification State of Michigan - Home Page Michigan Department of Education, Professional Preparation Services,
    P.O. Box 30008,
    Lansing, MI
    phone: (517) 373-3310

    For an elementary-level teaching certificate:
    1. Basic Skills Exam, and
    2. Elementary Certification Exam, and 3. Appropriate available subject area exam.

    78. U. S. State Teacher Certification Offices
    665 http// michigan 1 Department of Education Office of Professional Preparation and certification Services 608 West Allegan, 3rd
    U. S. State Teacher Certification Offices
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    The numbers following the state names are codes for state certification testing requirements. Alabama


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    50 North Ripley Street Montgomery 36130-2101, (334) 229-4271 Alaska Department of Education Teacher Education and Certification Goldbelt Building 801 West 10th Street, Suite 200 Juneau 99801-1894, (907) 465-2831 Arizona Department of Education Teacher Certification Unit 1535 West Jefferson Phoenix 85007, (602) 542 4367 Arkansas Department of Education Teacher Education and Licensure #4 State Capitol Mall, Rooms 106B/107B Little Rock 72201, (501) 682-4342 California Commission on Teacher Credentialing 1812 9th Street Sacramento 95814-7000, (916) 445-0184 Colorado Department of Education Educator Licensing, Room 105 201 East Colfax Avenue Denver 80203-1704, (303) 866-6628

    79. Award#9953189 - Engineering Applications In Teacher Preparation
    University which is closely partnering with michigan Tech on the of Engineering degree while simultaneously satisfying teacher certification requirementsall

    80. State Contacts For Teacher Certification
    30008 Lansing, MI 48909 Attn Frank Ciloski Phone (517) 3736791 Fax (517) 373-0542 e-mail, of Education teacher Ed./certification Dept
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    State Contacts for Teacher Certification
    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.
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    This table was reproduced from the National Center for Education Information in Washington, DC. For further information on teacher certification visit them at their website at Alabama Dept. of Education
    5201 Gordon Persons Bldg.,50 N. Ripley St.
    P.O. Box 302101
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2101
    Attn.: June H. Mabry

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