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  1. College of EducationBachelors in Education (6221 – 6227)Educator Preparation Institute (8008)Alternative Certification (9591) • Summer 2016

  2. Administration • Dr. Alycia Ehlert, AVP • Dr. Amy Ringue, Academic Chair • Mrs. Margie Hensler, Assistant Chair • Dr. Ana Blaine, EPI Ombudsperson and Certification Specialist • Staff • Mr. Martin Goldys, Coordinator of Student Tracking • Dr. Jo-Ann Halloran, Assessment Coordinator • Mrs. Bonnie Gomez-Gonzalez, Senior Staff Assistant

  3. Why enroll at DSC COE? • 8 full time faculty dedicated to students – all former teachers • High placement and retention rate • Live/work in same district • Evening and online classes that are small • Personal attention • Own floor with Ed computer lab • Scholarships and low tuition

  4. Overview of the Programs • Bachelor of Science in Education: • 6221 - Elementary Education K-6 (Reading/ESOL) • 6222 - Exceptional Student Education K-12 (Reading/ESOL) • 6223 - Mathematics Education 6-12 • 6224 - Biology Education 6-12 • 6225 - Physics Education 6-12 • 6226 - Chemistry Education 6-12 • 6227 - Earth/Space Science Education 6-12

  5. Bachelor’s continued • Reading Endorsement • EE and ESE – Full • Math and Science – Competencies 1 & 2 • EPI – Competency 2 • ESOL Endorsement • EE and ESE – Full • Math and Science – Receive Required Training in ESOL • Eligible for a Five Year Florida Professional Educator's Certificate

  6. BSED Admissions Requirements: • Conferred Associate of Arts degree from a regionally accredited institution; • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all higher education classes; • Satisfactory completion of the General Knowledge Test (GKT) portion of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination; • Volunteer Clearance (no disqualifying offenses); • Completed BSED Application in student portal; and • Grade of "C" or higher in the following pre-requisite classes: EDF1005, EDF2085, and EME2040**

  7. Educator Preparation Institute (EPI) • Candidates already hold a four-year degree • Candidates are eligible to receive a five-year Florida Professional Educator's Certificate • EPI consists of 18 credit hours of instruction and 45 hours of field experience (see brochure for list of classes)

  8. EPI Admission Requirements: • Bachelor’s Degree (transcript on file) • Statement of Eligibility (SOE) from FLDOE • Apply to College in student portal • Proof of FL Residency • VCS Volunteer Clearance

  9. Alternative Certification (9591) • Already teaching on a temporary certificate (3 yrs) & have Bachelors; enrolled in the College • Please refer them to the FLDOE and their district certification specialists • Usually take 4 courses (Ex. Classroom Assessment, Critical Issues in Education) • Look for evening and online classes • Must have an override by Chair to register

  10. Conditional Admissions • May be granted to applicants missing ONLY one admission requirement • The requirement must be fulfilled by the first day of class • No 10% waivers

  11. Course Credit Transfer • Any upper level (3000 or 4000) education course credit transferred in from another institution must be approved by the Chair of the College of Education • Can transfer up to 3 course credits

  12. Completion Requirements Academic • A grade of “C” or better in all courses • Successful completion of all field experiences • Maintain a GPA of 2.5 or above

  13. FTCE Requirements • Testing • Florida Teacher Certification Exams (FTCE) • General Knowledge Test (GKT) – BSED Admissions requirement only • Professional Educator Test (PEd) • Subject Area Exam (SAE) • Pricing

  14. Field Experience Requirements • Most classes include fifteen hours of field work • For example, if student is enrolled in three classes this semester, he/she may be responsible for completing 45 hours of field work • Field Work must be a priority in order for success in the program

  15. Field Experience Requirements • Full-time substitute teachers or full-time paraprofessionals must complete field experience hours at a separate school, in addition to and separate from scheduled work hours • Field experience hours cannot be “banked” at the home school during work hours

  16. Field Experience Requirements • EPI Candidates • If he/she is a full-time teacher, then field experience is completed in his/her own classroom

  17. Disqualifying Offenses Title XLVII K-20 Education Code 1012.315  Disqualification from employment.--A person is ineligible for educator certification, and instructional personnel and school administrators, as defined in s. 1012.01, are ineligible for employment in any position that requires direct contact with students in a district school system, charter school, or private school that accepts scholarship students under s. 220.187 or s. 1002.39, if the person, instructional personnel, or school administrator has been convicted of… http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=1000-1099/1012/Sections/1012.315.html

  18. Disqualifying Offenses • Pre-service teachers who have a disqualifying offense are not eligible to complete the program, to student teach, or to receive a professional teaching certificate.

  19. Our Students’ Educational Journey • They are: • Prepared! • Passionate! • Principled!

  20. Questions? Comments? Concerns? • Dr. Amy Ringue • Ext 3186 • ringuea@daytonastate.edu