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MILESTONES TO COMPLETING A TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM. Norfolk State University School of Education Center for Professional Development (CPD). TRANSITION POINTS Admission to Teacher Education Admission to Clinical Practice Exit from Clinical Practice

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milestones to completing a teacher education program

MILESTONES TO COMPLETING A TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM

Norfolk State University

School of Education

Center for Professional Development (CPD)

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TRANSITION POINTS
  • Admission to Teacher Education
  • Admission to Clinical Practice
  • Exit from Clinical Practice
  • Exit from Program and Recommendation for Licensure
students freshman year
Students’ Freshman Year
  • Hold conferences with advisor
  • See college catalog at http://www.nsu.edu/nsu_catalog/
  • Prepare to take the basic proficiency exam – Praxis I www.ets.org/praxis (if not exempted)
  • Information: Student Success Triad (Praxis I preparation) at http://www.nsu.edu/schools/education/center.html
  • Praxis I Exemption – SAT test taken before 4/1/1995: score of 1000, 450 on verbal & 510 on math - after 4/1/95: score of 1100; 530 on verbal & 530 on math
students sophomore year
Students’ Sophomore Year
  • Complete American Schools and the Teaching Profession course: EED/SED 201/SPE 210
  • Submit documented 10 hours of Level I teaching observations – see (handbook) http://www.nsu.edu/schools/education/pro.html
  • Complete Seminar in Assessment and Evaluation course: EED/SED 233/ PED 369 (if still need to pass Praxis I)
apply for admission to teacher education
Apply for Admission to Teacher Education

Requirements:

  • Passing score on Praxis I/SAT/ACT (see required scores at:) http://www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/newvdoe/praxis.pdf
  • Documented completion of Level I 10-hour Observation Experience
  • Declared correct major Earned 60 semester hours of credit
  • Earned a 2.5 grade point average in total hours attempted at NSU, in the major, and in all college work attempted.
apply for admission to teacher education cont
Apply for Admission to Teacher Education cont.

Requirements:

  • No record of criminal violations or violations of NSU policies
  • Submit application to Teacher Education (CPD) http://www.nsu.edu/schools/education/pro.html
  • Interview and Receive Acceptance to Teacher Education
throughout the program
Throughout the Program
  • Complete Methods of Teaching courses – at least 6 semester hours
  • Submit documented completion of 40+ hours of Level II Observation/Participation (20+ per methods course) see (handbook) http://www.nsu.edu/schools/education/pro.html
  • Complete course containing: “Child Abuse Recognition and Intervention Training”

http://www.vcu.edu/vissta/training/va_teachers/

  • Meet expectations of academic requirements, teaching skills, and professional dispositions
throughout the program contd
Throughout the Program contd.
  • Pass Praxis II (Content Area) exam near completion of coursework
  • Take the Virginia Reading Assessment

(if applicable.) See VRA and VCLA at: www.va.nesinc.com

  • Demonstrate technology proficiency
  • http://www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/Compliance/TeacherED/tech.html
admission to student teaching clinical practice
Admission to Student Teaching / Clinical Practice
  • Submit the application by November 1st for Spring and by March 15th for Fall student teaching. See (application) http://www.nsu.edu/schools/education/pro.html
  • Earn a GPA of 2.5 or better
  • Submit passing scores on Praxis II, VCLA, and VA Reading Assessment if applicable
  • Submit evaluation signed by advisor, current medical, TB, and police report
exit from student teaching clinical practice
Exit from Student Teaching / Clinical Practice
  • Submit biweekly progress reports, cooperating teacher evaluation, & university supervisor evaluation to CPD
  • Submit assessments of knowledge, performance, and conceptual framework
  • Submit teaching recording, electronic teaching portfolio, and case study to CPD and university supervisor
exit from student teaching clinical practice contd
Exit from Student Teaching / Clinical Practice contd.
  • Submit student teaching logistical reports to CPD
  • Apply for graduation – meet with academic advisor
  • Complete Exit Interview and Graduate Exit Documents
apply for teacher licensure
Apply for Teacher Licensure

During the week of graduation, submit to CPD:

  • Application for Initial License and College Verification forms (see license application) http://www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/newvdoe/teached.html
  • Money order to VDOE @ $50 for in-state and

$75 for out of state residents

  • Copies of test scores and all field experience documents (clock hrs)
  • An official transcript with degree posted
conclusion
Conclusion

Questions

Thank You.

mdknight@nsu.edu