Authoritative Report on State Instructor Confirmation.


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Authoritative Report on State Instructor Confirmation. Committee on Military Training in Texas and the South Dr. Millie Klein mklein0531@aol.com. State Leading body of Training SBOE State Board for Teacher Affirmation SBEC (4 authoritative sessions prior). Sorts of Instructing Endorsements.
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Legislative Report on State Teacher Certification Council on Military Education in Texas and the South Dr. Millie Klein mklein0531@aol.com

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State Board of Education SBOE State Board for Educator Certification SBEC (4 authoritative sessions back)

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Types of Teaching Certificates Standard (Sept. 1, 1999) Provisional (no more issued) Professional (no more issued) One-year Probationary Temporary Emergency School District Teaching Certificate

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Routes to Educator Certification in Texas University-based Programs Delivered as a major aspect of a baccalaureate program No state necessities on # of hours Requires understudy showing Student must be suggested by the University Student must pass both segments of state exam

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Alternative Programs for Educator Preparation Offered by colleges, school regions and administration focuses May incorporate college courses Require entry level position and tutoring by an accomplished instructor prepared in coaching Must breeze through proper tests Must pass criminal check

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Additional Certification Based on Examination Certified instructor may add extra accreditation by exam Career and innovation confirmation might be included based ability and work experience

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Certification Based on Credentials from Another State May get a one-year authentication in light of SBEC survey Must pass suitable exams amid the legitimacy of the endorsement Receives a standard testament

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Certification Based on Credentials from Another Country SBEC assessment (may require a lack arrangement) Must be dialect capable Must pass fitting exams

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Teaching Without Certification Emergency declaration Requires college insufficiency arrangement Requires course work Does not require understudy showing Student is utilized while taking course work Student must pass proper exams Student gets a standard endorsement Must be started by a locale

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Proposed Certification Route(Temporary Certification HB 318) Recommended by SBEC Approved by the State Board of Education Final audit by the State Board of Educator Certification Grades 8 – 12 (just) Review April 2, 2004

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Requirements Baccalaureate or propelled degree from a certify establishment A scholarly major or interdisciplinary scholastic major (other than training) Major must be identified with no less than one region of the state educational modules Pass required state exams Pass a criminal history record verification by submitting fingerprints for survey

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Employed under a trial contract (for a long time) District(s) must give SBEC proof of the accompanying preparing Research-based tutoring

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District pre-administration (and on-going) preparing that incorporates School approaches and significant state and government law Instructional techniques and methodologies Curriculum association, arranging, and assessment, including the TEKS (in suitable branch of knowledge) Classroom administration

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Sample concerns: Encourages situation of untrained people in the classroom Removes affirmation from the state level Promotes high wearing down Creates substandard certificate Transfers preparing prerequisites to destitute regions

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Reaches past the extent of SBEC Requires an impossible examination process Allows makeshift testament holders to be doled out outside their zones of skill Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE) These issues are at present being tended to by SBEC rules

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Texas Issues Related to No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Highly Qualified Teachers In the accompanying territories: English/Language Arts/Reading Fine Arts Math Sciences Social Studies Foreign Languages Consequence Loss of all Title I monies

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Federal meaning of “Highly Qualified” Bachelor’s degree Full state accreditation Demonstrated fitness in the center scholarly branch of knowledge doled out (HOUSSE)

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New basic instructors Hired after first day of guideline 02-03 must have: Bachelor’s Degree, and Certification in the territory, and Passed ExCET or TExES

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Experienced rudimentary instructors, PK-6 Bachelor’s Degree, and Certified in the range, and Passed ExCET or TExES, or Meet High Objective Uniform State Standard of Evaluation (HOUSSE)

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HOUSSE for basic instructors Option A—at minimum 1 noteworthy year of experience and an aggregate of 24 focuses 1 point for every year of educating (12 pts. Max) 1 point for every hour of school coursework in ELA, Mathematics, Science or Social Studies 1 point for each 15 hrs. of expert improvement Each subject must be spoken to in the 24 focuses

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Elementary instructors (con’t.) Option B—at slightest 1 noteworthy year of experience and a school significant (24 hours with 12 being upper division) or the proportional in the subject to be taught

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Secondary educators, grades 7 - 12 All auxiliary instructors must have: Bachelor’s degree Certification in any territory And in the particular zone doled out Passed ExCET or TExES, or Academic Major, or Graduate Degree, or Meet HOUSSE

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HOUSSE for optional instructors At minimum 1 respectable year of experience and a sum of 24 focuses 1 point for every year of educating (12 focuses most extreme) 1 point for every hour of school coursework in the subject to be taught or firmly related field 1 point for at regular intervals of expert advancement in the subject or firmly related field 6 focuses must speak to the subject taught

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Implications for school regions HR offices must place a rundown of the instructor alternative used to make every educator exceedingly qualified in the teacher’s perpetual record

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Missouri Site: www.dese.state.mo.us Louisiana Site: www.doe.state.la.us Texas www.sbec.tx.us NCLB www.NoChildLeftBehind.gov

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