Extractions: If you have a degree from another state and would like to get certified in Arizona, Rio Salado College has courses that can help you meet Arizona Standard Elementary and Secondary certification requirements. Course Title Credit Arizona Constitution U.S. Constitution For more information call (480) 517-8540 Home
Arizona Education Association Department of Education ( ADE ) and the State Board of Education during the fiveyearprocess of revising the arizona teacher certification standards, rules http://www.arizonaea.org/teaching/certification.html
Extractions: AEA leaders worked closely with the Arizona Department of Education ("ADE") and the State Board of Education during the five-year process of revising the Arizona teacher certification standards, rules, and procedures. AEA's focus is on ensuring that quality teachers are licensed to teach in Arizona, that fingerprint checks and certificate issuance occur in a timely and fair fashion, that teachers from other states can more easily be certified in Arizona, and that recertification requirements meet the professional growth needs of practicing teachers. Largely through AEA efforts, teachers now have professional choices about the nature of professional development that will help them. AEA also worked to ensure that teachers from other states have reciprocity for certificates and fingerprint checks, and AEA is diligent in its efforts to provide quality alternate certification paths. AEA continues to work with the State Board regarding certification rules, and implementation procedures; and continues to lobby for funding of professional growth opportunities for school employees. In addition, AEA supports mentoring and peer assistance and other ways to improve the teaching profession.
Tempe Elementary - Certified Jobs include Application; Transcripts; Resume; Placement File or 3 lettersof reference; Copy of arizona teacher certification; Consent to http://www.tempe3.k12.az.us/district/hr/certindex.htm
Extractions: CIE Home NTPP Journal Dissertations ... Archives Native Apprentice Teacher Program The Arizona State University Center for Indian Education, in cooperation with the Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona, the Phoenix Indian Center, the San Carlos Apache Tribe, the Ft McDowell Yavapai Nation, the Salt River Indian Community, the Gila River Indian Community and the Pascua Yaqui Tribe has been awarded a three-year grant from the Office of Indian Education to train a corps of 15 or more new American Indian teachers to work in reservation, urban and suburban elementary schools serving significant numbers of Native students. Teacher trainees are expected to complete the requirements for a bachelors degree and teaching certification during the first two years of the project. During the third year, after placement in schools, new teachers will continue to receive supportive services from the Project. Trainees are expected to repay their training expenses by serving in eligible schools for an amount of time equivalent to their paid training. Successful applicants are eligible for a monthly stipend of up to $1,500 plus dependent allowance. All tuition costs are paid by the Project. This teacher preparation project will focus on elementary teacher education, will be field-based, and immerse the candidates in "school culture" and active teaching situations throughout their course of study. The program will be designed to accomplish seven overarching purposes:
Teacher Certification In Arizona Juneau, AK 998110500 907-465-2810 arizona teacher certification Unit Departmentof Education 1535 W. Certification sites for teachers! http://www.fccommunity.org/antonio-lopez-santa-anna.htm
The Teaching Program: UA College Of Education Graduates of these programs are eligible for State of arizona teacher certificationand will have completed most of the qualifications needed for certification http://www.ed.arizona.edu/html/teach.html
Extractions: News/Events Are you a teacher thinking about becoming National Board Certified? We have a workshop for you! More CoE news Helping elementary-education students learn firsthand about teaching are master teachers on leave from Tucson-area schools. See who this year's clinical assistant professors are. The University of Arizona is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. The University prohibits discrimination in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation and is committed to maintaining an environment free from sexual harassment and retaliation.
TEPC: Online Programs Education Programs for elementary and secondary teacher certification are 33creditMasters Degree programs, leading to arizona teacher certification. http://www.teacherpartner.org/online.html
Extractions: The Secondary Education program prepares students to teach 7-12 grades and consists of 25 hours of Foundational Knowledge and Professional Knowledge coursework and 8 hours of student teaching. Secondary students must pass the Subject Knowledge portion of the Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessment or take 24 hours of content coursework in the area they plan to teach. Some districts may require a teacher to pass the exam and have 24 hours of coursework in the subject they plan to teach. The Special Education program prepares students to teach a cross categorical classroom in grades K-12. Cross categorical classrooms include students from all of the disabilities. The program requires 37 hours of Foundational Knowledge and Professional Knowledge coursework as well as 8 hours of student teaching.
Adult Student Center: Online Learning Resources arizona teacher certification Online Rio Salado College, Arizona, has introducedan online certification program for those who want to teach kindergarten http://www.adultstudentcenter.com/vclassroom.html
Extractions: Rio Salado College , Arizona, has introduced an online certification program for those who want to teach kindergarten through high school. Entry into the program requires a bachelor's degree. Through reciprocity, teachers certified in Arizona may also be able to teach in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Learning Circle Newsletter, Issue 26 http//www.csuchico.edu/lbstonln http//www.calteach.com; arizona teacher certificationOnline Program Rio Salado College, Arizona, has introduced an online http://www.adultstudentcenter.com/lc/news_26.html
Extractions: Welcome to the Learning Circle! Issue No. 26, August 7, 2001 The Learning Circle biweekly newsletter, published by the Adult Student Center, provides information and inspiration for adults returning to college. To subscribe to the Learning Circle, please visit http://www.adultstudentcenter.com/register.htm . If you no longer need this information, you may unsubscribe by forwarding this entire message to firstname.lastname@example.org IN THIS ISSUE: THIS WEEK'S ARTICLE Learning for Life There are many reasons adults decide to go back to school. One of the most important is for personal growth. But probably the most common reasons are job-related. It's easy to understand why career issues take precedence. Having to juggle daily financial, family and job pressures makes us eminently practical. No doubt this is why business programs are so popular with adults (according to the NCES, nearly 1/3 of all adults with bachelor's degrees majored in business). Or why paralegal, accounting, and computer technology programs are widely available. But we also tend to be somewhat impatient and single-minded in the pursuit of job skills, sometimes at the expense of our general education.
Arizona, United States Constitution Courses Certification Requirements for Arizona Two onecredit-hour constitution and governmentcourses necessary to meet arizona teacher certification requirements are http://www.npc.edu/news/Pages folder/AZ&USconst.html
Extractions: Tuition for each class is just for in-state residents, or for out-of-state students, plus a course fee. [Note: Tuition increases to $30 for in-state and $55 for out-of-state tuition plus a $25 course fee effective August. 1, 2002] You can register on-line, or by phone if paying fees with a VISA or MasterCard, by calling (800) 266-7845. NPC Political Science Instructor John Deaton has been teaching the Arizona Constitution class for 22 years. "This on-line course is unbelievably rich in information," he said. "There is no way to present all of this data in a traditional two-day class. Students can complete just the required sections, or go off and explore other areas of personal interest. We are providing links to many state agencies for real-time data downloads," Deaton added. Deaton used the same pattern for the U.S. Constitution course. "It is important to understand some of the philosophical roots and origins of the Constitution," Deaton said. "Students will explore some of the contributions of important social and political philosophers as they relate to the development of the Constitution."
Extractions: [an error occurred while processing this directive] A RCHIVE: E DITION NOTE: The information in this file matches the corresponding print edition. More current information may be found at www.asu.edu/aad/catalogs Curriculum and Instruction Sheryl L. Santos Director Larry A. Faas Assistant Director PROFESSORS BARONE, BITTER, CHRISTIE, EDELSKY, EDWARDS, FAAS, FALTIS, GRYDER, HUDELSON, McISAAC, MOYER, SEARFOSS, STAHL, STALEY, WALLEN, ZIMILES ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS ANDERSON, ARIAS, BAKER, BENAVIDES, BLANCHARD, COHEN, EEDS, FLORES, GOMEZ, GUZZETTI, HATFIELD, KNAUPP, McCOY, McGOWAN, PETERSON, PIBURN, RADER, ROBERTS, SANTOS, SURBECK, SWISHER, VALLEJO, WILSON ASSISTANT PROFESSORS BLUMENFELD-JONES, FLEMISTER, KINARD, MIDDLETON, TRUJILLO PROFESSOR EMERITUS RAY The faculty of the Division of Curriculum and Instruction offer the Master of Arts (M.A.), Master of Education (M.Ed.), and Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree programs with a major in Curriculum and Instruction. The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Curriculum and Instruction is offered by the Interdisciplinary Committee on Curriculum and Instruction. See Curriculum and Instruction doctoral program for more information about the Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction.
ARCHIVE: 2000-2001 Edition: Curriculum And Instruction offers, to those who have completed baccalaureate degrees outside the College ofEducation, course work needed to qualify for arizona teacher certification. http://www.asu.edu/aad/catalogs/2000-2001/graduate/c-and-i-masters.html
Extractions: NOTE: The information in this file matches the corresponding print edition. More current information may be found at www.asu.edu/aad/catalogs Curriculum and Instruction Nicholas Appleton Director Robert B. Rutherford Jr. Graduate Director (ED 409) 480/965-1644 email@example.com coe.asu.edu/candi PROFESSORS BAKER, BARONE, BITTER, CHRISTIE, EDELSKY, FALTIS, FLORES, GREATHOUSE, GRYDER, GUZZETTI, HUDELSON, MCGOWAN, McISAAC, PIBURN, RUTHERFORD, SEARFOSS, STAHL, STALEY, ZUCKER ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS ANDERSON, ARIAS, BENAVIDES, BLUMENFELD-JONES, COHEN, COHN, DI GANGI, GOMEZ, KNAUPP, MCCOY, MIDDLETON, J.C. NELSON, J.R. NELSON, RADER, SURBECK, VALLEJO ASSISTANT PROFESSORS ANIJAR, BRUSH, FISCHMAN, LAMOREY, MacSWAN, McQUILLAN, ROBERTS, ROLSTAD, TRUJILLO, TSE, YOUNG The faculty of the Division of Curriculum and Instruction offer the Master of Arts, Master of Education, and Doctor of Education degree programs in Curriculum and Instruction. Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program Graduate-level endorsement programs in bilingual education, English as a second language, and reading are available and may be completed in conjunction with a M.Ed. or the Postbaccalaureate Program for Teacher Certification. M.A., M.Ed., and Ed.D. students majoring in Curriculum and Instruction complete requirements by choosing one of the following concentrations: bilingual education, communication arts, early childhood education, elementary education, English as a second language, Indian education, mathematics education, multicultural education (currently applications are not being accepted), reading education, science education, secondary education, and social studies education. An additional concentration in curriculum studies is available in the Ed.D. program.
Personnel Department Christa Simmons. Personnel Specialist. Employment Postings. Application Process.Salary Schedules. arizona teacher certification (AZ Dept. of Education link). http://www.prescott.k12.az.us/personnel.htm
Extractions: Home Prescott Unified School District No. 1 Personnel Department 146 S. Granite Street Prescott, Arizona 86303 Job Hotline: (928) 717-3208 Dr. Chris Reynolds Assistant Superintendent Connie Little Assistant to Personnel Christa Simmons Personnel Specialist Employment Postings Application Process Salary Schedules Arizona Teacher Certification (AZ Dept. of Education link) Thank you for visiting Prescott Unified School District's Personnel Home Page. PUSD employs 600 staff members, including 323 certified, 263 classified and 14 nurses and psychologists. On these pages, you will find up-to-date postings for employment, information about the application process, printable employment applications, salary schedules and a link to the Arizona Department of Education for information regarding Arizona Teacher Certification. Employment opportunities, with job descriptions, are posted as they become available. [ Personnel Home Page ] Information Technology Business Services Payroll Purchasing ... Service/Transportation Center Send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment certification. arizona teacher certification information is availableat the Arizona Department of Education website. Certified http://www.aguafria.org/Do/Personnel/employment.htm
The Oakwood School BS Elementary Education, Minor in Reading, University of North Texas, Denton,TX Texas Teacher Certification arizona teacher certification North Carolina http://www.theoakwoodschool.org/dir/
Arizona Links com/schools/azedweb.htm Arizona Department of EducationArts Standards http//www.ade.state.az.us/standards/arts.htmlarizona teacher certification http//www http://azarted.org/pages/azlinks.htm
Extractions: Arizona Art Education Association-http://www.azarted.org Arizona Art Education Association- Home Page Submit information and links to email@example.com The Arizona School Web http://www.isdnet.com/schools/azedweb.htm Arizona Department of Education:Arts Standards http://www.ade.state.az.us/standards/arts.html Arizona Teacher Certification http://www.ade.state.az.us/certification/index.html Arizona Arts Alliance http://www.az.arts.asu.edu/artswork The Arts Education Partnership http://aep-arts.org ADA School Websites Page http://www.ade.state.az.us/schools/index.html Az Central:The Arts http://www.azcentral.com/ent/arts/arts-cal.shtml Online viewing of visual art articles printed in The Arizona Republic and a listing of new art exhibits at local museums and galleries. Arizona Arts Commission http://az.arts.asu.edu/artscomm/ Arizona Arts Education Research Institute http://www.arts.arizona.edu/aaeri/index.html Arizona Highways Links (Great collection of Az sites) http://www.arizhwys.com/Links/Links.html
Extractions: January 1986 BEYOND 180 DAYS Carl G. Foster and Emma Gabel IN RURAL NORTHEASTERN ARIZONA, the Chinle Agency is one of five Bureau of Indian Affairs sites responsible for the education of the Navajo Tribe's kindergarten through high school age population. Ten schools are strategically located with the Agency's 850 square mile boundary and offer a variety of programming to 2,800 students during a 180-day school year. A teaching staff of 120 implement a pretest/posttest curriculum during a six-and-one-half-hour school day. Nine special education teachers and 12 education aides instruct 263 exceptional students in 11 resource and two self-contained classrooms daily. A "related service" staff of a school psychologist, an educational diagnostician, a speech pathologist, an occupational therapist and two speech/occqpational therapy technicians continuously service the special education classrooms. An Agency-housed Special Education Office staffconsisting of a child find technician, a secretary, a budget technician and a coordinatorsynchronize program offerings. The Special Education Office yearly surveys the Agency's schools to ascertain program strengths and weaknesses. The SY-84 questionnaire investigated parental involvement in special education, regular educator understanding of special education practices and procedures, exceptional student achievement and teacher certification. Results of this survey reported that parents had minimal knowledge of their child's special education program and regular educators expressed difficulty teaching the mainstreamed exceptional child.
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY arizona teacher certification programs are offered including elementary, secondary,special education and school administration. arizona teacher certification. http://www.dm.af.mil/educate/chapman.htm
Extractions: CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY HISTORY AND ACCREDITATION The mission of Chapman University is to provide personalized education of distinction that leads to inquiring, ethical, and productive lives as global citizens. Chapman is an independent academic institution recognized for its distinguished faculty, innovative programs, and personalized attention to its students. Profoundly committed to a liberal education which nurtures creativity, it strives to develop in students the ability to think clearly, communicate effectively, appreciate issues from contrasting points of view, value human and cultural diversity, and make informed ethical judgments in an increasingly complex and interdependent world. Chapman University is a 140 year old institution which provides professional training and liberal arts educational programs. The university is comprised of the Wilkenson College of Letters and Sciences, the School of Business and Economics, the School of Communication Arts, the School of Education, the School of Music, the School of Law and the University College. The undergraduate programs offered at Davis-Monthan AFB encourages a balance between theoretical and applied studies and provide numerous opportunities for students to relate their classroom learning to their future careers through technical learning experiences.
Welcome To Arizona Department Of Education Measure of Academic Progress (MAP). Professional teacher Standards. Dispute Resolution.Enhancing arizona's parent Networks (EAPN). Charter Schools. certification. http://www.ade.state.az.us/certification/