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Teacher Development & Certification Resources - Summary of Articles and Topics
As a professional educator or prospective teacher, the certification process and prospect of career development can seem overwhelming at times. Fortunately, this round-up of articles and resources puts a number of useful resources right at your fingertips. Discover how to find traveling teaching jobs, find opportunities for teachers during the summer, and learn how you can obtain a voucher for development programs in technology. Use this collection of articles to learn more about the following topics:
- Professional development programs in different states
- Certification renewal and licensure testing
- Continuing education and new careers
- Summer and travel teaching
- Classroom and travel grants
|Texas Teacher Online CPE Training & Professional Development||Learn the details of online CPE training and development for Texas educators.|
|California Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program for Professional Development||Discover how to obtain a voucher for professional development programs in technology in the state of California.|
|Oregon Teacher Professional Development||Look up professional development resources for Oregon teachers.|
|Florida Teacher Certification Renewal||Find out how to renew your teacher certification in the state of Florida.|
|Finding Continuing Education Grants for Teachers||Explore grants for further educational opportunities.|
|New Careers for Teachers||Look at new career opportunities.|
|How to Find Classroom Grants for Teachers||Learn about ways to find and apply for classroom grants.|
|Finding Summer Teaching Opportunities||Look into possibilities for teaching during the summer.|
|CSET Math Test Dates||Find out when the CSET math test is administered.|
|What Are the CSET Math Test Dates?||Get a handle on the dates for the CSET math test.|
|FTCE Test Registration Information||Figure out how to register for the FTCE exam.|
|What Is ILTS?||Understand the ILTS teacher certification system.|
|Finding Travel Grants for Teachers||Locate grants for educational trips and travel.|
|Finding Traveling Teacher Jobs||Explore teaching jobs that allow for travel.|
1. Professional Development Resources for High School Teachers
Are you looking for engaging and informational courses to help you improve your teaching skills? Study.com's large selection of comprehensive professional development courses will help you learn strategies and practices to enhance your instruction both in and out of the classroom.
2. Finding Continuing Education Grants for Teachers
If you currently work as a teacher, you may wish to pursue additional education as you develop in your career. Fortunately, there are several organizations that award grants that will help fund your continuing education.
3. New Careers for Teachers
A career as a teacher can be a springboard for a number of other occupations. Below are some ideas on how to pursue a new career that builds on your teaching background.
4. How to Find Classroom Grants for Teachers
Classroom grants can provided additional funds outside of your provided budget for things like class supplies, field trips and class projects. Use this article to get tips on finding classroom grants that can help you improve the learning environment of your class.
5. Grants for Field Trips
Participating in field trips allow students to explore learning opportunities outside of the classroom, but the funds needed for these trips are not typically included in a school's budget. Make these experiences happen for your students by applying for the field trip grants below, then explore some helpful teacher resources.
6. Finding Summer Teaching Opportunities
If you are a teacher, summer vacation doesn't necessarily mean you'll be out of work. Read on to learn about a number of possibilities for summer teaching opportunities.
7. Finding Traveling Teacher Jobs
This article explores the steps for securing a job as a traveling, or floating, teacher. Learn about the education, licensure and skills you'll need to successfully find a job in this field.
8. How to Teach English Abroad
If you have a bachelor's degree, an interest in teaching, and a fair amount of wanderlust, you might be thinking about teaching English abroad. Learn how to land the international teaching job that's right for you.
9. Finding Travel Grants for Teachers
If you're a teacher interested in travel to enrich your personal experience and improve your teaching abilities, many scholarships and grants exist to help you reach your goals. Read on to learn where to look for these opportunities and discover additional resources useful for exploring the regions you're interested in studying.
10. ESL Teacher Interview Questions
Interviews for ESL teaching positions typically include standard pedagogical questions, with more in-depth questions focusing on your teaching experience and foreign language skills. Read on to identify some of the questions you may be asked and then check out some useful ESL teaching resources.
11. Jobs for Teachers Outside of Education
Whether you are retiring from teaching or just want to find a new career path, you'll find that you have no shortage of employment choices thanks to your educational background and experience. Explore the job opportunities below to find new ways your skills as a teacher can be used and check out some useful resources to prep you for your new career.
12. Jobs for Retired Teachers
If you are retiring from a career in the classroom, you may be wondering how you can apply that experience to a post-retirement job. Read on to explore popular jobs for retired teachers, along with resources to help with the transition to retirement and the process of entering a new field of work.
13. Community College Teaching Jobs
A variety of teaching positions are available at the community college level. Explore the different job options available and learn about their requirements. Examine salary and job growth info and then get info on working conditions in this field and learning resources to help you get started.
14. Background Checks for Teachers
Background checks for teachers are used to ensure it is safe for them to work with students. Read on to learn more about the types of background checks that can be conducted and find helpful resources for aspiring teachers.
15. How to Find Financial Aid for Teachers
Teachers looking for financial assistance can find support through a number of federal programs, state programs, and private companies. Read on for just a few examples of the assistance available to educators.
16. California Department of Education: Educator Effectiveness Funds
In 2015, the state of California awarded 500 million dollars to school districts and special schools! The funds are meant to enhance educator effectiveness through professional development, coaching, and support services. Read on to learn how the Educator Effectiveness funds can be used for teacher professional development on Study.com.
17. California Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program for Professional Development
Do you need professional development credits to renew your teaching credential? Does your school have vouchers from the Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program? If so, Study.com can help! Study.com has been approved as a Professional Development Provider for this program. This means that teachers can use the vouchers to take any courses on our site.
18. Florida Teacher Certification Renewal
Are you an educator in Florida seeking to renew your teaching certificate? If so, Study.com is your most convenient and affordable solution. Read this article to find out how you can easily earn the college level credits required to renew your teaching certificate.
19. Oregon Teacher Professional Development
Are you an educator in Oregon looking to earn Professional Development Units (PDUs) to renew your teaching license? If so, Study.com is your most convenient and affordable solution.
20. Alternative Teacher Certification in Alabama
There are two ways to get an alternative teaching certificate in the state of Alabama. Read on to learn more about the requirements to obtain an Interim Employment Certificate or a Provisional Certificate in a Teaching Field.
21. California Alternative Teacher Certification
California offers alternative teacher certification through intern programs. Read on to learn about the policies of this alternative certification option, and find tools and resources to help interns earn their credentials.
22. Alternative Teacher Certification in Colorado
Get information about options for obtaining alternative teacher certification in the state of Colorado by checking out this article. You can find out what education and assessments you'll need to complete to get this certification.
23. Florida Alternative Teacher Certification
When choosing to become a teacher, many will attend a 4-year university in order to receive their professional teaching license. Others, however, may choose to go a different route and pursue an alternative teaching license. Read on to learn more about the types of alternative certificates for teaching in Florida and what you must do to earn one.
24. Georgia Alternative Teacher Certification
If you want to become a teacher in Georgia but have not taken an undergraduate educator preparation program, the state offers several alternative pathways to certification. Read on to learn about the prerequisites and requirements for each.
25. Louisiana Alternative Teacher Certification
Learn about alternative pathways to becoming an educator in Louisiana schools. Examine the various alternative teacher certification programs and resources available for individuals interested in pursuing a teaching certificate in Louisiana.
26. Alternative Teacher Certification in Maryland
Maryland offers an alternative pathway to those who want to become teachers through the Maryland Approved Alternative Preparation Programs (MAAPP). Read on to learn about what tests you will have to take and get information about residency requirements in a local school.
27. Alternative Teacher Certification in Michigan
If you're interested in a teaching career, but have a bachelor's degree in a field other than education, you can still become a teacher in Michigan by completing an alternative teacher certification program. Read on to learn more about the steps required to complete these programs and discover resources that can help prepare you for a teaching career.
28. Missouri Alternative Teacher Certification
Discover alternative ways to become a certified teacher in Missouri. Learn what's involved in the process of getting certified and become familiar with resources that will help you review content found on Missouri teacher certification assessments.
29. Alternative Teacher Certification in New York
Explore how alternative teacher certification in New York helps professionals begin their teaching careers. Learn about the various alternative teacher certification options and check out resources for completing the educational requirements.
30. Ohio Alternative Teacher Certification
Bachelor's degree program graduates with an interest in transitioning to a teaching career can earn Ohio's Alternative Resident Educator License. Keep reading to learn about the education and testing requirements for this credential and explore resources that can help you meet some of them.
31. Oklahoma Alternative Teacher Certification
Oklahoma offers several alternative certification paths to individuals who would like to teach, including credentialing programs for paraprofessionals and aspiring CareerTech instructors. Read on to learn about the options available and the requirements for each.
32. Alternative Teacher Certification in Virginia
Virginia offers two alternative certification routes for educators. Read on to learn about the different alternative certification options and the requirements for each.
33. Education Advocacy Groups & Organizations
Education advocacy groups keep an eye on education policy to ensure students have equal access to educational resources so they can perform as well as possible. Read on to learn more about some of the groups and what they do, and find informative education resources.
34. What is Professional Development for Teachers?
Professional development for teachers refers to advanced training that addresses the need for professional knowledge in the classroom. Read on for more information on why this type of education is important for teachers.
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