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         Oregon Teacher Certification:     more detail
  1. Requirements for certification of Oregon teachers from 1899 to 1921 by E. H Hedrick, 1922
  2. Averting a teacher crisis in Oregon by David Victor Myton, 1986
  3. Teachers Standards and Practices Commission (Sunset review / Legislative Research) by Shelby Crawford, 1986

61. COE: Student Resources
All candidates seeking certification or endorsements in PBS teacher Line teacherLineis a comprehensive oregon Public Education Network (OPEN) In partnership
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Student Resources
This page is dedicated to our students. Whether you are a pre-service teacher, alumni, or seeking advanced degrees in the teaching profession, we hope you find this portion of our site both useful and fun!
Employment Opportunities
Oregon Department of Education Resource Link
Education News and Reports
Education Directories
More than 30 Federal agencies formed a working group in 1997 to make hundreds of Federally supported teaching and learning resources easier to find. The result of that work is the FREE web site. Each month new teaching and learning resources are added.
Professional Licensure
Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC)

This web site provides online registration, quick guides to tests, and sample tests for PRAXIS I: Academic Skills Assessments and PRAXIS II: Subject Assessments.

California Basic Educational Skills Test Web Site
Education Standards
Oregon Certificate of Initial Mastery
Work sample information and academic content standards can be found here.

62. OEMA Partners
teacher Educators (ATE); Confederation of oregon School Administrators Associationof State Directors of teacher Education and certification (NASDTEC);
Oregon Educational Media Association
"Progressive Leadership for Excellence in Library Media Programs"
Educational Associations and Agencies Oregon State Agencies Technology Associations Oregon Teacher Associations Library Associations
American Library Association

Affiliate Oregon Library Association American Association of School Librarians Washington Library Media Association Michigan's List of State and National Organizations ... Association for Educational Communications and Technology Oregon State Agencies
Oregon Library Organizations and Education Resources Oregon State Library Oregon Department of Education Return to menu Technology Associations
Oregon Library Organizations and Education Resources Oregon Public Education Network (OPEN) Northwest Coucil for Computer Education (NCCE) Association for Educational Communications and Technology

Affiliate Metropolitan Area Computer Education Professionals (MACEP) International Society For Technology Education
Northwest Regional Education Labs ...
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63. Interstate Contract Concerning Qualification Of Education Personnel
of State Directors of teacher Education and each member state may impose certificationrequirements which Carolina; Ohio; Oklahoma; oregon; Pennsylvania; Rhode

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Interstate Contract concerning Qualification of Education Personnel, governed by the N ational A ssociation of S tate D irectors of T eacher E ducation and C ertification (NASDTEC), and has entered into contracts with the following states covering the education personnel indicated. Please note that each member state may impose certification requirements which must be met within a reasonable period of time. Further information regarding the Interstate Contract may be obtained at the NASDTEC website,
Alabama; Arizona; Arkansas; California; Colorado; Connecticut; Delaware; District of Columbia; Florida; Georgia; Hawaii; Idaho; Illinois; Indiana; Kansas; Kentucky; Louisiana; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Mississippi; Montana; Nevada; New Jersey; New Mexico; New York; North Carolina; Ohio; Oklahoma; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; South Carolina; Tennessee; Texas; Utah; Vermont; Virginia; Washington; West Virginia; Wyoming.
School Support Professionals
Alabama; Arizona; Connecticut; District of Columbia; Florida; Georgia; Indiana; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Mississippi; New York; North Carolina; Oklahoma; Oregon; Rhode Island; South Carolina; Tennessee; Texas; Utah; Virginia; Washington; West Virginia; Wyoming.

64. ODE - Oregon School And District Report Cards
Performance Levels and Cutscores, by Content Area and Grade OregonBenchmark Tests. teacher certification Information District level.
Report Card What's New Resource Documents Archives ... Media Gallery Oregon School and District Report Cards
Oregon Department of Education
Student Performance - School level
School Name
Name of the school
Benchmark grade tested. Values will be 3, 5, 8, or 10.
School year test was given.
Subject tested. Subjects are Math Multiple Choice (M), Math Problem Solving (PS), Reading (R), or Writing (W).
Percent Students Exceed
Percent of students tested under regular conditions who exceeded benchmark standards.
Percent Students Meet
Number of students tested under regular conditions who met benchmark standards.
Percent Students Cond. Meet
Percent of students tested in Math Problem Solving (PS) and Writing (W) under regular conditions who conditionally met benchmark standards.
Percent Students Do Not Meet
Percent of students tested under regular conditions who do not yet meet benchmark standards.
Students Tested (Reg. Cond.)
Number of students tested under regular conditions.
Percent Students Comp Schools Meet or Exceed
1998-99 percent of students in the Comparison group schools who are meeting or exceeding standards. The comparison group is composed of schools with similar SES ratings.

65. AFT: PSRP: Status Of State Paraprofessional Certification
must be matriculated in a program registered as leading to teacher certification. coursesin an early childhood program or a teacher assistant program oregon,
AFT Home Welcome What's New Publications ... Contract Language Paraprofessional Certification
(revised Status of state paraprofessional standards and certification regulations (Click on the appropriate state.) ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS ... WYOMING ALABAMA LETTER OF APPROVAL Required. 30 hours of formal training; permanent Back to List ALASKA NONE Back to List ARIZONA NONE Back to List ARKANSAS Training standards established for paraeducators in special education programs. Back to List CALIFORNIA NONE Back to List COLORADO NONE Back to List CONNECTICUT NONE Back to List DELAWARE STATE PERMIT Requirements are not specified. Must have "evaluated experience and training" and "skills relevant to the position"; permanent. Back to List FLORIDA Legislation outlining career ladder with LEA option (not mandatory) passed in 1998.
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GEORGIA STATE LICENSE 2 years of college or 50 hours is required; renewable every years, requires additional 50 hours instruction or inservice. Back to List HAWAII Three-tier training program for special education. State is in the process of expanding to accommodate Title I positions.

66. Quality Counts 2000: Who Should Teach?
Ohio, Internship certification Program, 0. Oklahoma, Alternative Placement Program,teacher Competency Review Panel, 363. oregon, Interim teacher Certificates
Incentives and Recruitment Overview Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 ...
Teacher Policy Notes
NOTE: ? indicates state did not provide number to the National Center for Education Information.
STATE ALTERNATIVE ROUTES TO CERTIFICATION CONT'D. State has alternative routes to teacher certification State has alternative route Name of route(s) Number of graduates in 1998-99 Alabama Alternative Fifth-Year Program Alaska
Alternative Secondary Certificate Arkansas Alternative Certification Program, Probationary Provisional Certificate California District Intern Certificate, University Intern Credential Colorado Alternative Teacher Program Connecticut Alternate Route to Teacher Certification, Post Baccalaureate Certification Delaware Alternative Route, Alternative Program, Special Institute for Teacher Certification Florida New Class C Alternative Georgia Post-Baccalaureate Non-Degree Preparation Programs Hawaii Alternative Program for Shortage Areas Idaho Secondary Field Centered Teacher Training Program Illinois Teachers for Chicago, DePaul/Glenview Clinical Program, Teacher Corps Indiana
Post-Baccalaureate Program to Alternative Certification Kentucky Local Certification, Post-Baccalaureate Program, Exceptional Work Experience

67. IT In Preservice Teacher Education And Continuing Professional Development In Or
standards that supported the oregon Educational Act months the Interstate New TeacherAssessment and be compatible with the advanced certification standards of
OTEC Home Page
About OTEC Brief News Items FAQ: IT in Education ... References (Annotated)
IT in Preservice Teacher Education and Continuing Professional Development in Oregon
This section focuses specifically on the IT education of preservice and inservice Pre K-12 educators in Oregon. IT in Oregon's Preservice Teacher Education
Pre-Education Programs
Teacher Education Programs
Teachers Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC) ...
Preservice and CPD References
IT in Oregon's Preservice Teacher Education
IT in Oregon's Continuing Professional Development
  • On a nationwide basis, approximately 3/4 of the college work of a preservice teacher is taken outside a school, department, of college of education. Thus, it is very important to identify potential preservice teachers before they enter a teacher education program that is, while they are Pre-Education majors. Good advising for these students can contribute significantly to their success in getting into a teacher education program, graduating from such a program, and then getting a teaching job. Such advising can help point Pre-Education majors toward well taught courses that are making good use of IT. Teacher education programs vary substantially in the nature and extent of IT knowledge and skills required of their students. They vary tremendously in the IT-oriented and IT-using courses that are required and/or available to students. Both of these situations provide opportunities for improving the IT education of students in a preservice teacher education program.
  • 68. Educational Vacancies
    Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPIfor Washington Licensing)US State teacher certification Offices Teach oregon Application System (TOAS
    @import ""; Front Page Educational Career and Licensing Service Educational Vacancies
    Licensing Vacancies Educator Fairs ... A-Z Site Index
    Find People
    Educational Vacancies
    Educational Vacancies in the Pacific Northwest
    Additional Educational Vacancy Links
    Overseas Teaching
    The following are sites that students and alumni of the Graduate School of Education have found valuable in their overseas job searches:
    The International Educator

    Department of Defense Dependents Schools

    University of Northern Iowa Overseas Placement Service for Educators
    European Council of Independent Schools ... Peace Corps
    (TSPCfor Oregon Licensing) Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPIfor Washington Licensing) U.S. State Teacher Certification Offices

    69. Certificate Offices
    UT, certification and Personnel Development, 801538-7741. WI, teacher Educationand Licensing Teams, 608-266-1879. 0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd Portland oregon 97219.
    @import ""; Front Page Educational Career and Licensing Service Certificate Offices
    Licensing Vacancies Educator Fairs ... A-Z Site Index
    Find People
    U.S. State Teacher Certification Offices
    State Office Name Phone AL Division of Instructional Services AK Teacher Education and Certification AZ Teacher Certification Unit AR Teacher Education and Licensure CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing CO Educator Licensing CT Bureau of Certification and Professional Development DE Office of Certification DC Teacher Education and Certification Branch FL Bureau of Teacher Certification GA Professional Standards Commission HI Office of Personnel Services ID Teacher Certification and Professional Standards IL State Teacher Certification Board IN Professional Standards Board IA Board of Education Examiners, Teacher Licensure KS Certification and Teacher Education KY Office of Teacher Education and Certification LA ME Certification Office MD Division of Certification and Accreditation MA Certification and Professional Development Coor.

    70. Greg Vinson's Resume - Teacher Certification
    RESUME Printable Version GREG VINSON, teacher certification - Main K-12 Music 4-12 Computer Science. oregon Basic PP-9 Music.
    RESUME - Printable Version GREG VINSON TEACHER CERTIFICATION Main Menu P.O. Box 553
    Washington 98325
    • Washington Initial K-12 Music
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    I am hosting resumes for 99 cents per month . You can get a resume with a printable version like this one on the web quickly . This one is getting about 10 visits a day from search engines . I have discovered how to get my resume pages to appear on page one of search engine keyword queries. The chances are very good that this is how you found mine. I can do the same for you! The set-up fee is $15.00 (payable over 3 months). Write if interested No autobot! Personal Service. This web resume designed, maintained and hosted by Greg Vinson at Webscans Feedback Form E-Mail

    71. Art Education
    Graduate teacher Education Program (GTEP) Basic certification Program For Art teachersIn The State Of oregon The Art Department works in liaison with the
    Department of Art Requirements for Art Education Licensure

    Prerequisites and Recommended Coursework

    Portfolio Review
    Graduate Teacher Education Program (GTEP)

    Basic Certification Program
    Standard Oregon Teacher License for Oregon

    Admission To The GTEP Program

    Admissions Schedule

    Courses required for Art Education in GTEP
    Courses required for Elementary Education GTEP
    Overview The Department of Art works in liaison with the School of Education to prepare candidates for teaching art in grades K-12. Students who wish to teach art in public schools must first complete the art major before applying to the School of Education for teacher training in the graduate program. Program Philosophy: The courses and field experience offered in the Graduate Teacher Education Program develop practitioners who are outstanding academics and effective instructors, reflective about their practice, and influential in the sociological environments of schools. The purpose of this philosophy is to promote teaching as a thoughtful activity connected to considerations of purposes, specific settings, and human needs and values. Reflective teaching allows the teacher to critically examine goals, problems, methods, and solutions in education. Prospective teachers should contact the advisor for art education in the Department of Art before beginning the program. They should also contact the

    72. About TranSafety And U.S. Roads
    University at Hayward and obtained elementary teacher certification. Jan was a classroomteacher and school working in Minnesota, Alaska, oregon, and Montana.
    Home Journals About Us Links ... Contact
    Founded in 1982, TranSafety, Inc. is an independent source for publications and information on road transportation and safety. For sixteen years, TranSafety's newsletters have reached subscribers across the United States and around the world. Engineers, maintenance personnel, legal professionals, and others interested in roadway design, maintenance, and safety read these newsletters to keep up-to-date on the latest developments in their areas. TranSafety also publishes technical documents on such subjects as edge dropoffs and work zone safety. In addition, TranSafety offers consulting, expert witness, and research services for highway and legal professionals. U.S. Roads is the publishing division of TranSafety. The U.S. Roads website offers two journals and hundreds of archived articles about road management, engineering, and injury litigation. Roy W. Anderson President
    The president of TranSafety, Inc., Roy W. Anderson, P.E., is a nationally known consultant and expert witness in the areas of highway design, construction, operations, and safety. Mr. Anderson holds licenses as a professional civil and traffic engineer. He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University, an M.S. in Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and a Certificate for Multidisciplinary Highway Collision Investigation Training from the University of Southern California. As a member of a Transportation Research Board study committee, Roy Anderson helped develop "Designing Safer RoadsPractices for Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation." He co-authored sections of the national standard for work zones published in the

    73. Unsaved:///newpage6.htm
    oregon teacher Standards Practices Commission 255 Capital St. NE Suite 105 Salem,OR 97310 (503) 3783586. Washington Professional Education certification
    Teacher Certification and Professional Standards Office
    Department of Public Instruction
    PO Box 1402
    Dover, DE 19903
    District of Columbia
    Division of State Services
    Teacher Education and Licensure Branch
    215 G Street NE
    Room 101 A
    Washington, D.C. 20002 Maryland Teacher Certification 18100 State Dept. of Education 200 West Baltimore St. Baltimore, MD 21201 New Jersey Office of Licensing and Credentials Dept. of Education CN 503 Trenton, NJ 08625-0503 New York Supervisor in Teacher Ed. State Dept. of Education Rm 5-A-11, Cultural Center Albany, NY 12230 Pennsylvania Bureau of Certification Dept. of Education 333 Market St. Harrisburg, PA 17126-0333 SOUTHERN STATES Alabama Certification Officer State Dept. of Education Montgomery, AL 36130 Florida Bureau of Teacher Cert. Florida Education Center, Room 203 325 W. Gaines, R. 201 Tallahassee, FL 32399 Georgia Division of Teacher Cert.

    74. EAN Resources: Certification
    City 731054599 Phone 405-521-3337 oregon teacher Standards State Department of EducationBureau of teacher Preparation certification 333 Market

    Search Jobs
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    Browse Employers Inside the EAN About the EAN Join the EAN as an employer Help / FAQ
    ... Resource Center / Certification
    Certification Below is a list of addresses for departments of education by state. These addresses will be helpful in finding out more about state-specific regulations in obtaining teaching certification. While these addresses were accurate at the time of compilation, we cannot guarrantee that they will remain so. Alabama
    Department of Education
    Division of Instructional Service
    5108 Gordon Persons Building
    50 North Ripley Street
    Montgomery 36130-2101 Phone: 334-229-4271 Alaska Department of Education Teacher Education and Certification Goldbelt Building 801 West 10th Street, Suite 200 Juneau 99801-1894 Phone: 907-465-2831 Arizona Department of Education Teaher Certification Unit 1535 West Jefferson Phoenix 85007. Phone: 602-542-4367 Arkansas Department of Education Teacher Education and Licensure #4 State Capitol Mall, Rooms 106B/107B

    75. Instructor Certification
    teacher certification. *, Soaring Crane Qigong (Level I, II, III)oregon College of Oriental Medicine. *, Essence Qigong Academy
    "A teacher always learns more from her students than she could possibly impart to them"
    P hyllis Lefohn, of M OUNTAINSPIRIT Q IGONG, has studied the movement of qi for more than 20 years, including yoga, tai chi, and Reiki, plus numerous qigong forms. T eaching qigong has been Lefohn's primary focus since 1994. She has studied extensively with Chen, Hui-xian, Professor of Qigong at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, Portland, Oregon. In addition, Phyllis continues to deepen and enrich her practice of qigong, studying in the U.S. and China with many masters, including Madame Liu He, Dr. Liu Dong, Master Zhang Yu-lei, Master Wang Zhe-Zhong, Professor Yu Xiao-fei, Professor Lin Qing-quan, Professor Chen Fu-yin, Dr. Pan Xin, and Dr. Li Shan Yu. P hyllis and her husband, Allen, have resided in the mountains of Montana since 1976. I t is here, among the rocks and the Ponderosa Pines, tended by the bear, the deer, the raven, and the coyote, that the very spirit of M OUNTAINSPIRIT Q IGON G was nurtured for many years before becoming a reality in 1996.

    76. Resume: Brian Buckner BA, Teacher Of English And Social Studies
    oregon certification Secondary School Social Studies, November 1996 EDUCATIONALEXPERIENCE- Glencoe High School, Hillsboro, oregon Social Studies teacher
    home free email resources contents ... home job vacancies Asia Europe the Gulf America jobs wanted education summer business health ... web-work resumes education services recruitment advertising teachers free-ads writing ... TESL contents Classification: Resume
    Jobtype: English or social studies teacher
    location: Queretaro, Mexico
    details: BRIAN BUCKNER
    39595 SW Laurelwood Rd
    Gaston, OR 97119

    Objective: To obtain a challenging teaching position, providing quality experiences for my students.
    Pacific University, Forest Grove Oregon; M.A.T. Program, 2000-Present
    Franklin Pierce College, Rindge, New Hampshire; B.A. History, May 1995 Areas of Study: American History, International Studies, Modern European History, Political Policy, Sociology, Education -CERTIFICATION Washington Certification: 4-12 Social Studies, History, February 1996 New Hampshire Certification: Secondary School Social Studies, August 1995 Oregon Certification: Secondary School Social Studies, November 1996 -EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE- Glencoe High School, Hillsboro, Oregon

    77. State Of Nevada Teacher Certification Requirements
    of teacher Education and certification (NASDTEC) Interstate who are applying forteacher licensure based Carolina Washington DC Indiana oregon West Virginia
    Nevada Department of Education Office of Teacher Licensure
    To apply for a teaching license in the State of Nevada, an applicant MUST SUBMIT a COMPLETE APPLICATION PACKET which must include the following: 1. The completed application, signed and notarized; 2. Official transcript(s) for those post-secondary institutions attended where the required course work for licensure was completed. In order for a transcript to be considered official, it must bear both the seal of the college/university and the registrar's signature. (NO photocopies or FAXES will be accepted); 3. Initial application fee of $85.00 - CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ONLY - payable to the Nevada Department of Education. Licensing applicants will be allowed to apply for no more than two (2) licenses/endorsements on an initial license; 4. Negative report of TB skin test or chest x-ray completed within the preceding 12 months and signed by a medical professional; 5. Two completed fingerprint cards marked BEST PRINTS OBTAINABLE (refer to Fingerprint Authorization Form for instructions); 6. Fingerprint authorization form, signed and dated; and

    78. Oregon Student Assistance Commission_575_070
    institution in oregon in a program approved by the oregon teacher Standards andPractices Commission which leads to basic certification for elementary or
    The Oregon Administrative Rules contain OARs filed through March 14, 2003
    DIVISION 70 OREGON TEACHER CORPS LOAN PROGRAM Definitions For purposes of the Oregon Teacher Corps Loan Program rules, the following definitions shall be used: (1) "Enrolled or Accepted for Enrollment in an Approved Teacher Education Program" means enrolled at a postsecondary institution in Oregon in a program approved by the Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission which leads to basic certification for elementary or secondary school teaching, or in a curriculum defined by the Education Department (Division) (School) of that institution as a prerequisite for such a program. (2) "Inability to Locate Suitable Employment " means that the borrower can document, on an annual basis, that he/she has applied for teaching positions, without success, in at least three public school districts in Oregon. (3) "Equivalent Full-Time Teaching" means working under a full-time contract with teaching duties and other duties for which administrative certification is not required. (4) "Resident of Oregon" See definitions under OAR Chapter 575, Division 30.

    79. The Digest Of Education Statistics 1996 / Table 154 States
    1987 Assessment for certification 1990 Assessment for certification 1996 Legislature;BPE = Board of Public Education; OTSPC = oregon teacher Standards and

    80. Teacher Standards And Practices Commission
    January 15, 2003, Rev. FAQ, What are the Application Fees? click for details. Glossary,Privacy Policy © 2002, oregon teacher Standards and Practices Commission.
    503)378-3586 465 Commercial St. NE, Salem, OR 97301 The Teacher Standards and Practices Commission ensures that every student in Oregon is taught by caring, competent and ethical educators. Thursday April 10, 2003 9:32 AM Directory Home Links FAQs Publications Forms ... Contact Us Search TSPC: Welcome to the Oregon TSPC Home Page [Help] News Releases from TSPC (see more news) April 3, 2003 New Deputy Director / Coordinator of Teacher Education Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC) is pleased to announce the appointment ... April 3, 2003 No Child Left Behind Task Force Meeting TSPC has convened a Task Force to look at proposed rules and proposals for the No ... March 26, 2003 TSPC is now Recruiting for our Coordinator of Teacher Licensing The Teacher Standards and Practices Commission is a small state agency located in ... Recent activity on our Web Site (see additional) February 5, 2003 Rev. FAQ Office Hours and Holidays January 29, 2003 Rev. FAQ Office Hours and Holidays January 15, 2003 Rev. FAQ

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