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  1. 05/05/08 Early Childhood Education P-5Middle Grades Education 4-8History Education 6-12 Bagwell College of Education Transfer Orientation Summer 2008

  2. Bagwell College of Education Dr. William D. Impey Teacher Education Advisement Center (TEAC) – KH 3018 Ms. Rachel Blase Associate Director, Undergraduate Advising Service Ms. Mary Lynn Orr Assistant Director, Undergraduate Teacher Education Admissions Ms. Angela Brown Academic Advisor Ms. Kellie Oxford PTEU Certification Officer

  3. Bagwell College of Education Faculty Representatives Early Childhood Education Middle Grades Education Department of History and Philosophy

  4. Bagwell College of Education Agenda: Hope Promise Foundation classes Field Experiences Teacher Education Admission GACE Basic Skills Transfer Information and Advising Tips Program Checklists and Scheduling Registration

  5. Bagwell College of Education Hope Promise Teacher Scholarship • Maximum of $1500 each for two semesters for a maximum of $6000 • Work 1 year in a Georgia Public School for every $1500 given • 3.0 gpa cumulative to all college courses taken • Considered a junior (60 hours) • Must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program • Money subject to availability • See certification officer for additional requirements (koxford@kennesaw.edu)

  6. Bagwell College of Education Field Experiences Ms. Janice Traylor, Director Office of Field Experiences KH 3221

  7. Bagwell College of Education EDUC 2110: Fall 2008 Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education • Students must complete 15 hours of FX -- observation and participation in an appropriate school setting. Will NOT be offered in Summer

  8. Bagwell College of Education EDUC 2120 Sociocultural Issues in Teaching and Learning Summer 2008: Requires a 10 hour FX in a school setting. Fall 2008: Requires a 15 hour FX in a school setting and a Friday/Saturday Seminar.

  9. Bagwell College of Education EDUC 2130 Exploring Teaching and Learning • Requires 10 hours of observation and participation in a non-school setting.

  10. PROFESSIONALISM and EXPECTATIONS • Confidentiality • Teacher Clothes • Collaborative Worker • Low-Maintenance • Use only KSU E-mail Address • ZERO Tolerance • Transportation

  11. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission

  12. Bagwell College of Education • Admission to Teacher Education is separate from admission to KSU. • Transfer students must have a completed transcript evaluation by the Office of the Registrar in order to be considered for admission to teacher education.

  13. Bagwell College of Education Application Fee Applications must have a receipt attached for the $20.00 TE Admission Application fee. • payable at the Bursar’s Office in the Student Center

  14. Bagwell College of Education TE Application • Submit an application with requisite signatures • KSU Advisor Signature • ECE, MGE and History Education – signed by TEAC

  15. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education ApplicationDEADLINES Spring 2009: Sept. 15th Summer 2009: Feb. 15th Fall 2008: April 15th • You do NOT have to have completed all the requirements for admission to the teacher education program at the time of application

  16. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria • Satisfied an employment criminal history clearance • If transferring EDUC 2110 or EDUC 2201, you will need to submit a background check authorization form with your application

  17. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria Completed ENGL 1101 & ENGL 1102 with grades of C or higher

  18. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria • Completed at least 45 semester hours of coursework from accredited institutions

  19. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria Summer 2008 (1)EDUC 2110 (orEDUC 2201 if previously completed at KSU or transferred) with grade of C or higher • AND (2) EDUC 2130with grade of C or higher (OREDUC 2202: Life-Span DevelopmentOREDUC 2204: Human Growth and Development if previously completed at KSU or transferred)with grade of C or higher

  20. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria: New Requirements beginning Fall 2008 EDUC 2110 (orEDUC 2201 if previously completed at KSU or transferred) with grade of C or higher

  21. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria Summer 2008 • Received two positive faculty recommendations : EDUC 2110orEDUC 2201and EDUC 2130or EDUC 2202 / 2204 • Supplemental recommendations are only required if you are substituting EDUC 2110, EDUC 2130, EDUC 2201, EDUC 2202 or EDUC 2204 from another institution

  22. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria Beginning Fall 2008 • Received one positive faculty recommendation: EDUC 2110 (orEDUC 2201) • Supplemental recommendations are only required if you are substituting EDUC 2110 (or EDUC 2201) from another institution

  23. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria • Education Transfer GPA = 2.75 or higher Education Transfer GPA includes core curriculum and lower division courses required for teacher education AND • KSU Adjusted GPA of 2.75 or higher for all KSU courses attempted

  24. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria • Passed or exempted the Regents’ Test • Passed GACE basic skills or provided proof of exemption

  25. Bagwell College of Education GACE Basic Skills or exemption GACE Basic – basic skills assessment in reading, writing and math. Exempting GACE Basic Skills Assessment: • SAT – At Least 1000 Verbal (Critical Reading) + Math • ACT – At Least 43 (English + Math) • GRE – At Least 1030 (Verbal + Quantitative) • SAT prior to April 1995 or ACT prior to 1989: eligible for “recentering” typically adding points

  26. Bagwell College of Education Teacher Education Admission Criteria • Professional, responsible behavior in all classes, field experiences, and interactions with peers and faculty • Positive evaluations in field experiences • Potential for success in the program • Satisfied any additional admission requirements specified by a major

  27. Bagwell College of Education Advisement See your advisor once per semester! Impey Teacher Education Advisement Center KH 3018

  28. Bagwell College of Education Transfer Evaluations The KSU Registrar assigns KSU course numbers if transfer courses are determined to be equivalent. Elective credit will be assigned if a course can not be deemed an exact equivalent. EDUC 1T00 - 4T99

  29. Bagwell College of Education Advising Tip • Bring a course description from your previous school (see the catalog) for possible substitution

  30. Bagwell College of Education Core Evaluation Students transferring from a University System of Georgia Institution should request a Core Evaluation from the KSU Office of the Registrar www.kennesaw.edu/registrar/forms

  31. Bagwell College of Education Advising Tip • The core evaluation will determine what areas A-E have been satisfied at your previous University System of Georgia (USG) school

  32. Bagwell College of Education Transfer Evaluations KSU Office of the Registrar www.kennesaw.edu/registrar KSU Transfer Course Equivalency Database: Database of courses offered at other colleges and universities that will transfer successfully to KSU

  33. Bagwell College of Education Advising Tip • Do not register for any course for which you may possibly receive transfer credit

  34. Bagwell College of Education SECOND BACCALAUREATE INFORMATION Teacher education students who have received a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution are exempt from general education requirements with the exception of ENGL 1101 & 1102, the Georgia Legislative history and Constitution requirements, and prerequisites for courses in the major. Students pursuing a second bachelor’s degree and initial certification from the state of Georgia must fulfill all program and residency requirements.www.kennesaw.edu/education/teac/secondbac

  35. Bagwell College of Education Advising Tips: Second Baccalaureate Students • See CAPS about “test out” option for Legislative History and Constitution requirements • See English Department about ENGL 1101 and ENGL 1102 optionsif not on transcript

  36. Bagwell College of Education Frequently Asked Questions TEAC Website: www.kennesaw.edu/education/teac

  37. Bagwell College of Education Complete the information form and leave in appropriate box. Please Remember To: