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1 RESA Frequently Asked Questions Table of Contents I. General Questions... 2 II. Registering for the RESA and Completing the Profile... 5 III. Task Modification for Special Circumstances and Accommodations for Educators with Disabilities... 7 IV. Submitting Tasks for the RESA... 8 V. How Is the RESA Scored? VI. Understanding the RESA Score Report VII. Implications for Not Passing RESA Tasks VIII. What to Expect from Your Program Coordinator or Facilitator This document was updated on October 1, Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 1

2 I. General Questions Q: What is the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA)? A: The RESA is a performance assessment that requires candidates to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in real time. Over the past 25 years performance assessments have become an increasingly valued and integral part of teacher preparation and growth. They allow teachers to show what they know by demonstrating their teaching skills in action. Performance assessments provide direct evidence of what teachers do in the classroom, supported by required written commentary, evidence, and artifacts. The RESA calls for candidates to demonstrate their ability to design and implement instruction that engages students in complex thinking, using formative and summative assessments to inform their teaching practices. Q: Who determines whether I am ready to take the RESA? A: Resident educators are required to take the RESA in the third year of the Resident Educator Program. For more information, see the Ohio Resident Educator Program Page on the Ohio Department of Education website and Section A: Getting Started and Registering for the RESA in the Participant Guide. Q: What are the requirements for year 3 and 4 resident educators? A: Please see the Ohio Department of Education RESA webpage for information on resident educator year 3 and 4 requirements. Q: How much does the RESA cost? A: There is no cost to the RESA candidate. The Ohio Department of Education is supporting the following costs of implementing the RESA: use of software platform, site licenses, assessors, facilitation training, and other related resources. Q: When and how can I prepare for the RESA? A: Resident educators begin preparing for the RESA on the first day of their teaching experience. This preparation continues throughout years 1 and 2 of the Resident Educator Program. Educators should begin collecting instructional evidence for the RESA performance tasks as soon as the school year begins in the year in which they are taking the RESA. The RESA Performance Instrument and Participant Guide (available for download at will guide candidates through the RESA process by Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 2

3 providing detailed directions on how to complete each task and the rubrics that will be used to score each task. Q: What are the most important resources for the RESA? A: All of the most essential resources can be found on the Resources page at The most important resources include: The Ohio RESA Performance Instrument: The RESA performance tasks and associated rubrics can be found here and are reflected in the submission system. The Ohio RESA Participant Guide: Supporting documentation on topics such as registering for the RESA, using the RESA Submission System Software, retaking the RESA, requesting task modifications for special teaching circumstances and ADAA accommodations, selecting evidence sources, and a glossary of terms used in the RESA Performance Instrument are available on the Resources page of the Ohio RESA website. Webinars: The Ohio RESA Team regularly facilitates webinars for RESA candidates. Recordings of these presentations and the PowerPoint slides are available on the Resources page of the website. The Ohio Department of Education s website: The RESA website provides a clearinghouse of information about the RESA. For information about the Resident Educator Program in general and specifically about eligibility for taking the RESA, please visit the Ohio Department of Education s webpage on the Resident Educator Program at Educator-Program. Your RESA Program Coordinators will confirm that you are eligible to take the RESA, will manage your registration in Ohio s CORE system, and will monitor your submission process. Q: Where can I get additional help? A: The RESA Help Desk is available Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. 10 p.m. EST, toll free at or by at Questions about registering for the RESA or technical assistance in submitting forms and evidence should be directed to the RESA Help Desk. Questions related to licensure, RESA eligibility, and the Resident Educator Program, should be sent to the Ohio Department of Education by your Program Coordinator at Candidates can also find information at the Ohio Department of Education RESA webpage. Q: Will Educopia or the Ohio Department of Education publish or otherwise use videos submitted for the RESA for any other purposes? A: Videos from RESA submissions will be used in assessor training as exemplars that have been edited to illustrate particular rubrics. Candidate submissions are confidential and Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 3

4 will only be viewed by assessors, master coders, Educopia staff, and contractors and other individuals necessary to score the RESA tasks. Any individual, including all master coders and assessors, who views candidate video submissions must sign a nondisclosure agreement that ensures the privacy of candidates, students, and parents. Further, Educopia asks candidates to grant permission to use their entire submission, including videos, for the training of new candidates. Candidates may elect not to grant Educopia permission to use task submissions for candidate training purposes. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 4

5 II. Registering for the RESA and Completing the Profile Q: How do I register to complete the RESA? A: Information on the registration process for RESA candidates can be found in Section A: Getting Started and Registering for the RESA in the Participant Guide. Q: If I do not receive an to register with Educopia, what should I do? A: If you do not receive an invitation to register with Educopia by November 20, you should first check all folders to see if your provider automatically filed Educopia s in your spam or junk mail folder. Next, you should also add the following domains to your contacts or safe You should then contact your Program Coordinator to confirm that you have been registered as a RESA candidate with the Ohio Department of Education and that the correct address was used. If you have confirmed that you have been accurately registered with the Ohio Department of Education and have still not received an activation from Educopia, you should contact Educopia s RESA Help Desk by calling , Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. 10 p.m. EST. Q: What is the candidate Profile? A: All RESA candidates must complete a Profile a series of online forms within the submission system detailing a candidate s specific education, work, and professional association history before they can begin work on any task. For more information on the Profile, see Section D: Guide to Using the Online RESA Submission System in the Participant Guide. Q: What is the deadline to complete the Profile? A: The Profile must be completed and successfully submitted by December 15. However, candidates can begin filling out their Profile as soon as they create their Educopia account. Candidates will not be able to begin work on any task in the online submission system until their Profile is submitted. Candidates who took the RESA in and need to complete or retake one or more tasks in the RESA will need to update and submit their candidate Profiles by February 15, 2016, the date when all of their tasks are due. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 5

6 Q: What do I do if I cannot find my school in the Institution dropdown menu on my Profile? A: Many school districts in Ohio have identical or very similar names and may look like they appear more than once in the School Region drop-down menu. For example, there are three different districts named Northwest Local SD and two others named Northwestern Local SD in Ohio. While they may look like duplicates in the menu, each listing of the district name is actually a distinct district. Therefore, each district s own schools will be listed in the Institution drop-down menu associated with the particular district. In other words, if a candidate s school is in a district in which the name of the district appears more than once in the School Region menu, then the candidate should check for the school in the Institution lists associated with each of the districts with that name. If a candidate still cannot locate the school in each of the Institution drop-down menus, then the candidate should contact the RESA Help Desk so that the school can be added to the Profile. The RESA Help Desk can be accessed via at or by calling toll free , Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. 10 p.m. EST. Q: What do I do if the Save and Continue button in my Profile is gray and will not allow me to continue? A: If the Save and Continue button in the Profile is gray, candidates should check that they have answered all the questions by choosing Yes or No or entering the required information. If the answer is Yes to one or more of the questions, candidates must select the blue Add button at the end of any row where they entered information. Once the information has been added, the Save and Continue button will no longer be gray, and candidates will be able to save their Profile information. Note from the Help Desk: If the Save and Continue button is not working and all of the questions have been answered, this is an issue with the candidate s browser. The candidate should clear the cache on the browser, reset the browser to default settings, and then log back in from OhioRESA.com to return proper functionality to the webpage. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 6

7 III. Task Modification for Special Circumstances and Accommodations for Educators with Disabilities Q: What should I do if my teaching assignment makes it impossible to complete the RESA as described? A: Please review Section B: Special Circumstances Task Modification Process and Accommodations for Candidates with Disabilities in the Participant Guide. Q: I will be on leave or am otherwise unable to complete one or more tasks during the submission windows. How can I complete the RESA? A: If for any reason a RESA candidate is unable to complete a task by its due date, that candidate may continue submitting the other tasks with the later deadline during the school year. For example, if a candidate does not submit the First Lesson Cycle Task and the Formative and Summative Assessment Task by December 15, that candidate may still submit the Second Lesson Cycle Task and the Communication and Professional Growth Task if he or she can meet the February 15th submission deadline. Any task not submitted during the school year will be considered incomplete and will need to be submitted during the submission window for candidates retaking the RESA in the following school year Candidates who are taking the RESA for the first time will not be eligible to receive their professional educator license until they complete and pass all four tasks of the RESA and complete the two-year Resident Educator Program. If you have additional questions or concerns regarding your ability to complete the RESA during the submission windows, please see Section B: Special Circumstances Task Modification Process and Accommodations for Candidates with Disabilities in the Participant Guide, or contact the Ohio Department of Education at Q: How does the RESA make accommodations for candidates with disabilities? A: Please see Section B: Special Circumstances Task Modification Process and Accommodations for Candidates with Disabilities in the Participant Guide for information on the ADA Amendments Act Accommodations Request Process. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 7

8 IV. Submitting Tasks for the RESA Q: How do I complete and submit each task? A: The RESA Instrument describes in detail each of the four tasks that RESA candidates must complete and includes: Specific directions on how to complete each task The rubrics for each task that will be used to evaluate candidates performance Candidates will submit tasks within the online Educopia RESA submission system, which is accessible on For more information on registering for the RESA, see Section A: Getting Started and Registering for the RESA in the Participant Guide. Q: When are the deadlines for each RESA performance task? A: The RESA submission cycle will run from October 1, 2015, through February 15, The individual task submissions have the following staggered deadlines: Task: For first-time RESA candidates: First Lesson Cycle Formative and Summative Assessment For first-time RESA candidates: Second Lesson Cycle Communication and Professional Growth All tasks for candidates retaking the RESA in Deadline December 15, 2015 February 15, 2016 February 15, 2016 Q: What is my performance goal in taking the RESA? A: Candidates should focus their performance goal on level 4 of the rubric for each rubric component in each task. Q: What technology do I need to complete the RESA? A: RESA candidates will need access to a computer with broadband Internet connection and a video recording device that captures digital files (such as a digital camcorder or Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 8

9 mobile device with a high-quality video camera and microphone). Candidates may also need access to a scanner. For more information on technology requirements, see Section D: Guide to Using the Online RESA Submission System in the Participant Guide. Q: Are there specific technology requirements for RESA candidates who teach online classes? A: Yes, RESA candidates who teach online classes must capture video, audio, and other evidence submitted in support of the RESA tasks on a high-resolution monitor with the resolution set as high as possible. Using a low-resolution monitor/settings may result in illegible evidence that will be disqualified. Even if you have a high-resolution monitor, low-resolution settings can make your evidence unreadable. For more information on such evidence scoring issues, see Section H: Disqualified Submissions in the Participant Guide. Educopia recommends that RESA candidates who teach online classes do a trial run to ensure that video and other evidence are legible (i.e., an assessor can read the text and understand the content) prior to capturing evidence intended for submission. Educopia also recommends that online teachers capture and submit audio or written interaction during the class (i.e., chat box) as evidence of student engagement. Q: Do I need to keep a record of my submitted tasks? A: Candidates are not required to keep a copy of their completed tasks. However, while the task is in progress, candidates are strongly encouraged to keep a copy of all video, photo, and other evidence in addition to any draft responses to RESA prompts. Candidates retaking the RESA will not be able to view or otherwise access their submissions in the submission system from the prior year. Q: Can I submit evidence from previous years? A: No. RESA candidates must use lessons and evidence from the current school year. The one exception is evidence in support of the Communication and Professional Growth Task regarding professional development activities candidates have engaged in over the past two academic years. Q: Do I need to use the same students/class for each task submission? A: No. It is not required that the evidence across the RESA tasks be collected from the same students/class. However, it is expected that the evidence provided within a task come from a single class. For example, all the student assessment samples in the Formative and Summative Assessment Task should come from the same class of Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/2015 9

10 students. Note that, if a candidate uses a different class of students for each task, the candidate must get the appropriate permissions from all students and parents who are video or audio recorded. Q: I teach more than one subject, but I was only able to choose one subject area in my Profile. Do I have to use the subject area I chose in the Profile to complete all the RESA tasks? A: No, candidates may submit materials from any class they feel best suits the task requirements. However, within each task a candidate must submit materials from only that class (see the following question for more details). For content-specific tasks, candidates must complete the Teaching and Learning Context Form to provide information on the number of students, content area, and grade level for that specific task. Therefore, candidates who use different classes for contentspecific tasks must also complete a new Teaching and Learning Context Form for each of those tasks. Educopia will use this information to ensure that the assessor assigned will be matched correctly for that grade level and content area. Q: Can I submit materials from more than one class in a single performance task? A. While you are able to use multiple classes across performance tasks, within each task, a candidate must submit materials from only one class. For example, a candidate who teaches third grade can use a math lesson for the First Lesson Cycle Task, a reading instruction cycle for the Formative and Summative Assessment Task, and a science lesson for the Second Lesson Cycle Task. However, all First Lesson Cycle Task forms and evidence must be related to the math lesson;; the Formative and Summative Assessment Task forms and evidence must be related to the reading instruction cycle;; and the Second Lesson Cycle Task forms and evidence must be related to the science lesson. Q: What are some examples of instructional evidence? What does a page of instructional evidence (in the First Lesson Cycle and the Second Lesson Cycle Tasks) represent? A: Detailed information related to instructional evidence can be found in Section G: RESA Instructional Evidence Reference Guide in the Participant Guide. Q: Can I use copyrighted instructional material (i.e., sheet music, photocopies of books, art pieces) as evidence when submitting RESA tasks? A: Yes, if a candidate has legal copies of copyrighted material to use in his or her class, then including it in a RESA submission does not violate copyright laws because it is Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

11 considered fair use. The fair use doctrine allows for duplication of these materials for the purposes of non-profit educational use, such as the RESA. Q: How do I upload evidence to the RESA submission system? A: Detailed information on uploading video, audio, and PDF evidence can be found in Section F: Uploading, Segmenting, and Submitting Evidence Reference Guide (Video, Audio, and PDFs) in the Participant Guide. Q: How do I know if my evidence is within submission guidelines and will be scored? A: Detailed information on how to ensure that your evidence can be scored can be found in Section H: Disqualified Submissions in the Participant Guide. Before you submit each task, you will be prompted via pop-up messages to go back and check your evidence, using the video preview and PDF preview tools, to see what the assessor will see and to make sure that the submission can be scored. Q: Can I use my students names when videotaping a lesson? A: Candidates should not refer to students by their full names while videotaping a lesson, instead referring to students only by their first names. Candidates should also avoid writing students full names where they will be visible in the video. All student full names must be removed from written evidence;; otherwise, the submission will be disqualified. For more information on how to ensure that evidence can be scored, please see Section H: Disqualified Submissions in the Participant Guide. Q: How do I videotape my class in an online environment? A: Candidates who teach online should capture their online teaching event as a screen recording with audio of the virtual classroom. Students names in the chat box or elsewhere on the screen should be replaced with non-identifiers, such as Participant 1 or Student A. Please make sure that the chat boxes are legible, so that the assessor will be able to get a sense of student engagement. Q: Can I save my work before submitting a task? A: Yes. Candidates may begin work on all tasks once they complete the initial registration, receive a username and password, and complete and submit their candidate Profile. Candidates are able to save any work in progress prior to final submission of a task. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

12 Q: Will my submissions be scored lower because of grammar and/or punctuation errors? A: Candidates will not specifically be graded on grammar and punctuation in their RESA submissions;; however, assessors may have difficulty understanding submissions with poor grammar and punctuation. Candidates should treat the RESA as they would any professional communication by proofreading and submitting their best work. Q. What are some tips for navigating text box answers? A. Each response should be complete and concise. Each answer (that is, each box) must not exceed 200 words unless otherwise noted. If you choose, your response may be in a bulleted list, in whole or in part. Be brief and specific. You will be able to spell check your answer within each text box in the submission system. Q: How do I know that my tasks have been successfully submitted? A: When a candidate successfully submits a task, a locked and submitted icon will appear below the due date next to the task. Candidates will also receive an confirming that the task was submitted to the RESA Submission System. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

13 V. How Is the RESA Scored? Q: Who are the RESA assessors and what is their training process? A: RESA assessors are predominantly teachers from the state of Ohio with at least five years of teaching experience. They undergo 30+ hours of training for each RESA task they score. Educopia assigns assessors to train on one or more RESA tasks, depending on their skills and background. For more information on the training, task assignment, and scoring process, see Section I: How the RESA Is Scored in the Participant Guide. Q. How does Educopia ensure the accuracy and fairness in the scoring of RESA submissions? A: RESA assessors receive extensive training on each RESA task. Once assessors pass the certification test, they are assigned appropriate RESA tasks to score, consistent with each individual assessor s relevant subject area and grade-level expertise. Assessors are prohibited from scoring submissions of candidates they might know, and are asked to defer submissions of candidates whom they recognize. For quality assurance purposes, assessors are required to pass ongoing calibration assessments. Assessors who do not meet a minimum accuracy standard are not allowed to continue scoring. In addition, assessors are randomly assigned submissions, throughout scoring, that have been pre-scored by master coders. These submissions are checked for accuracy, and assessors who do not meet accuracy standards during scoring are removed from the scoring system. For more information on the training, task assignment, and scoring process, see Section I: How the RESA Is Scored in the Participant Guide. Q: Will the same assessor score all four tasks for one candidate? A: No. Educopia s scoring assignment policies ensure that a different assessor will score each task that a candidate submits. Q: How are submissions disqualified? A: Information on submission disqualification can be found in Section H: Disqualified Submissions in the Participant Guide. Q: When will I get the results from my RESA? A: The RESA score reports will be sent to candidates in September Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

14 Q: Will I receive detailed feedback on how I did on the performance tasks? A: On the score report, you ll find a table that lists the rubrics associated with the task and that indicates whether your performance on each rubric was an Area of Strength or Area for Growth. Performance on rubrics that are scored Proficient or better are deemed to be Areas of Strength;; those scored less than a Proficient score are deemed to be Areas for Growth. You may find that all of the rubrics on a particular task are designated Areas for Growth even though you received a Passed score on the task this feedback is intended to provide guidance to candidates who may need to retake a particular task and wish to know which areas of their practice need improvement. The feedback may also be used to inform future professional learning. Please note that Task 5, Reflection on Teaching Practice Based on Feedback from Students and/or Colleagues, does not have a numerical score or feedback. This task was scored on a completion standard. Every candidate who successfully completed Task 5 in accordance with the task instructions received a Passed score. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

15 VI. Understanding the RESA Score Report Q: How will I receive my RESA score report? A: Candidates will receive RESA score reports via a secure link to the address that is on file for the candidate in the RESA submission system in September They will be able to view this report when they log in to the RESA submission system. If you took the RESA last year and do not receive your score report, please contact the Help Desk with your full name, the address associated with your RESA account, and your Ohio Educator State ID. (You may look up your Educator State ID here by entering your name and birth date.) Because of the security of these reports, your request will be escalated and verified before a secure link is sent to your address if it is different from the address currently featured in our system. Q: How do I read my RESA score report? A: The Scoring Breakdown table of your report provides more information on how you performed against the passing standard set for each task. For Tasks 1 4, the overall task score is a summation of all rubric component scores. This sum, or total raw score, has been converted to a scaled score. The scaled score range for the Ohio RESA is The passing score for Tasks 1 4 is 200. The lowest possible score is 100, and the highest possible score is 300. Immediately below the scaled score for each task, you will find a table that lists the rubrics associated with the task and that indicates whether your performance on each rubric was an Area of Strength or an Area for Growth. Performance on rubrics that are scored Proficient or better are deemed to be Areas of Strength;; those scored less than a Proficient score are deemed to be Areas for Growth. You may find that all of the rubrics on a particular task are designated Areas for Growth even though you received a Passed score on the task this feedback is intended to provide guidance to candidates who may need to retake a particular task and wish to know which areas of their practice need improvement. The feedback may also be used to inform future professional learning. Please note that Task 5, Reflection on Teaching Practice Based on Feedback from Students and/or Colleagues, does not have a numerical score or feedback. This task was scored on a completion standard. Every candidate who successfully completed Task 5 in accordance with the task instructions received a Passed score. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

16 Q: Why can t I see my score for each rubric component? A: Raw scores for each rubric component are not comparable from year to year;; scaled scores, on the other hand, account for slight variations in the difficulty of different RESA administrations. The scores in the score report reflect the summations of rubric component scores across each task and then are set on a scale of As a result, a score of 200, for example, for the RESA indicates the same level of performance as a score of 200 for subsequent administrations. Q: How are the passing standards determined for each task? A: The Standard Setting Committee for the Ohio RESA determined the passing scores in November This committee included educators representing diverse teaching environments across Ohio. The Standard Setting Committee recommended a passing standard for each rubric associated with RESA Tasks 1 4. The sum of all rubric component passing scores determined the committee s recommendation for an overall passing standard for that task. The committee then recommended the RESA passing standards to the Educator Standards Board of the State of Ohio, and this board recommended the passing standards for final consideration by the State Board of Education of Ohio. The State Board of Education of Ohio voted to adopt the passing standards on December 9, Q: I received more Areas for Growth than Areas of Strength for a task that I passed. Was this in error? A: You may find that all of the rubrics on a particular task are designated Areas for Growth even though you received a Passed score on the task this feedback is intended to provide guidance to candidates who may need to retake a particular task and wish to know which areas of their practice need improvement. The feedback may also be used to inform future professional learning. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

17 VII. Implications for Not Passing RESA Tasks Q: Can I apply for my professional educator license if I pass the RESA? A: Upon successful completion of the Resident Educator Program and the RESA, you may apply for the five-year professional educator license. Q: What happens if I do not receive a passing score on one or more tasks? A: You will be eligible to retake tasks in the school year. Likewise, if you are taking the RESA for the first time in the school year, and you do not pass one or more tasks or complete one or more tasks submitted, you will be eligible to retake those tasks the following school year. Note: You will not be required to retake tasks that receive passing scores. Q: How many times can I take the RESA? A: Three times. Q: What happens if I do not pass the RESA after my third attempt? A: If a candidate fails the RESA for a third time, he or she will not be able to advance to a five-year professional licensed. Their Resident Educator License will expire, and he or she will not be able to renew or extend it. Q: If I take the RESA in year 4 of the Resident Educator Program, what happens if I do not pass one of my tasks? A: Candidates who submit tasks during year 4 of the Resident Educator Program and do not pass the RESA may apply for a one-year extension of their resident educator license to allow them to re-take deficient portions of the RESA. Q. Will I be able to advance to a five-year professional license for the school year if I need to retake a RESA task next year? A: No. Holders of resident educator licenses or alternative resident educator licenses who took the RESA in but did not pass all five tasks of the assessment are Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

18 advised to obtain a one-year license extension only. To learn how to apply for a oneyear extension, click this page on the Ohio Department of Education Website. Q. I did not complete or pass the Reflection on Teaching Practice Based on Feedback from Colleagues Task in (either as a retake candidate or for the first time);; why do I need to take it again if new candidates are exempt from taking it? A: Candidates must complete deficient portions of the assessment that they started. Please see Section C: Process for Candidates Retaking the RESA in in the Participant Guide. Q: I submitted the Reflection on Teaching Practice Based on Feedback from Colleagues Task (Task 5), but did not pass. I thought that this was scored on a completion standard. What happened? A: Candidates must complete this task according to task instructions in order to successfully pass this task. Submissions that did not receive passing scores either contained irrelevant responses in the task forms, or did not reference feedback sources. Q: Who must retake tasks and what is the process? A: Candidates who participated in the RESA will be required to retake RESA tasks if they: Did not complete one or more RESA tasks during the school year;; Received notification that a task was disqualified by the RESA assessors;; or Did not receive a passing score on a task submission. If you must retake a task for any reason, you must compile your submission data from students you are teaching during the school year. You can neither use any data from students obtained during the school year nor resubmit evidence from last year s RESA. Note: If you cannot access the tasks that you believe you need to retake, please contact the Help Desk for assistance. Candidates will not be able to view or access their submissions from in the submission system. For more information on the process for candidates retaking the RESA, see Section C: Process for Candidates Retaking the RESA in in the Participant Guide. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

19 Q: I did not pass a RESA task. Can I appeal my score? A: Candidates cannot appeal until they have exhausted the opportunity to retake the tasks they failed, and every candidate who failed any task in has one or more remaining RESA attempts and must retake their deficient task(s) in if he or she is eligible. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

20 VIII. What to Expect from Your Program Coordinator or Facilitator Q: Who selects and assigns Program Coordinators/Facilitators? A: Employing districts and schools will select Program Coordinators/Facilitators to support resident educators and should give careful consideration to that selection. When selecting Program Coordinators/Facilitators, districts and schools should consider the requirements as well as skills and characteristics explained below that are expected of Program Coordinators/Facilitators. More information can be found in the Program Coordinator page on the Ohio Department of Education website. Q: Who can be a Facilitator? A: A Program Coordinator must: Hold a valid professional educator license. Understand the Resident Educator Program. Demonstrate ability to use questioning strategies. Complete online Facilitation Training available on the Program Coordinator page of the Ohio Department of Education website. Q: Will training be provided for Program Coordinators/Facilitators? A: Program Coordinators/Facilitators should take the online Facilitation Training available on the Program Coordinator page of the Ohio Department of Education website. Q: How long will facilitation training take? A: The facilitation training will take approximately two to three hours. Q: How many resident educators may a Facilitator support? A: A Facilitator may support up to 10 resident educators. Q. Can my Program Coordinator or a Facilitator edit my work or give me feedback on my submissions? A. No. Please see Section J: Program Coordinator and Facilitator Guidelines for Supporting Resident Educators in the Participant Guide. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

21 Q. Can I give my Program Coordinator or Facilitator access to my account for technical support? A. No. Please see Section J: Program Coordinator and Facilitator Guidelines for Supporting Resident Educators in the Participant Guide. Q. How do I know who my Program Coordinator or Facilitator is? A. Please if you are unsure of who your Program Coordinator or your Facilitator is. If you have been registered for the RESA in , you may also contact the Help Desk at (Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. 10 p.m. EST) or at Q. What should I do if I feel that my Program Coordinator/Facilitator is not providing adequate support? A: Please if you would like to raise an issue about your level of Program Coordinator or Facilitator support for the RESA. Ohio RESA , Educopia, LLC Updated 10/1/

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