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  • Becoming a Teacher
    Chapter 4
  • Accreditation
    Accreditation agencies set the standards for teacher education programs
    Graduation from accredited programs required for licensure and certification
    NCATE – National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
    6 standards based on research based best practice
  • Accreditation (cont.)
    INTASC – New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium – developed performance standards for new teachers
    NCLB – No Child Left Behind – Federal Law (PL 107-110)
    All teachers are to be “highly qualified”
    Additional coursework required for renewal or add-on certification(s)
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  • Traditional Teacher Education
    Teacher requirements are established by the states
    Teaching license- authorizes someone to teach
    Teaching certification- indicates the program in which a teacher is qualified to teach.
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  • Alternative Teacher Education
    Lateral entry– for teachers who did not major in education
    Praxis exams
  • Where We Teach
    Public Schools
    Private Schools
    Charter Schools
    Alternatives to Classrooms
  • Job Market for Teachers?
    High turnover rate
    Especially needed in math, science, special education
    Resumes, applications, portfolios, networking, interviewing
  • What to Expect
    Create a list of problems you think are most likely to plague new teachers.
    Create a list of solutions for helping new teachers survive.
    Review Teachers as Professionals
    Performance appraisals
    Mentoring
    Additional coursework and degrees
    National Boards
    Professional organizations