1 WELCOME THE ROAD TO NEW YORK STATE CERTIFICATION TEACHER CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2009 SAMUEL CHEUNG,
2 To be a teacher in the NYC public schools You must have valid NY State Teacher Certification as mandated by State law and No Child Left Behind Act. This workshop will show you how to become certified if you: do not possess a current, valid teaching credential from New York or another state or are seeking a career change and have no formal teacher training or are thinking about majoring/concentrating in education as an undergraduate, or pursuing a Master s Degree in Education with no prior formal education experience or training.
3 Road to Certification Workshop Overview An Introduction to New York State Certification: Types of Certificates Mandatory Requirements: Testing, Workshops & Student Teaching Traditional Teaching Pathways (Page 11-12) High School Graduates and College Students Graduate Students Alternative Pathways (Page 13-17) Alternative Certification Program Internship Certificates Individual Transcript Evaluation New York City Teaching Fellows Reciprocity with New York State (Page 18) Candidates Educated Outside the United States (Page 19-20) Candidates with Teacher Preparation Credentials International Candidates with no Teaching Credentials Scholarship Programs for Uncertified Candidates (Page 21-22) What can I do now and later? Helpful Websites and Resources (Page 26)
4 Category and Types of Certificates Administration and Pupil Personnel Services Career and Technical Teacher Classroom Teacher Classroom Teacher - Foreign Languages Classroom Teacher Extensions Other Extensions (Bilingual Education) Other School Service (Teaching Assistant) Initial Professional Extension Annotation Conditional Initial Transitional A, B, C Internship Supplementary
5 An Introduction to New York State Certification: Requirements Workshop at a Glance Overview In order to obtain INITIAL CERTIFICATION through Individual Transcript Evaluation, candidates must have: Bachelor s degree with at least a C or above for undergraduate studies (2.5 grade point average); or a B- or above for graduate study (3.0) Broad core of coursework in the liberal-arts and sciences (General Core) as outlined on Academic major or equivalent in a particular discipline Specified Pedagogical Core of Education courses (100 hours of diverse field experiences in educational settings) Student teaching or internship, or appropriate substitute experience Required New York State certification-exams for the area of certification Required workshops (child abuse detection & school violence prevention) Fingerprint clearance (Please refer to hand-outs for details)
6 An Introduction to New York State Certification: Requirements at a Glance (continued) REQUIREMENTS CHINESE (Mandarin or Cantonese) 5-9; 7-12 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION with Bilingual Ext B-2; 1-6 ESL K-12 LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES (GENERAL CORE) CREDITS 30* 30* 30* EDUCATION CREDITS (PEDAGOGICAL CORE) 21 Including six credits at the student s grade level Completion of registered NYS childhood education program (individual evaluation not allowed) 21 Including six credits at the student s grade level CREDITS IN THE ACADEMIC SUBJECT 30 (see next screen for more information) 24 credits for bilingual education (courses from state approved programs) 30 (including 1 language other than English) NEW YORK STATE EXAMINATIONS LAST, ATS-W, CST in either Mandarin or Cantonese LAST, ATS-W, Multi-Subject CST, and BEA LAST, ATS-W, CST in ESOL STATE MANDATED WORKSHOPS School Violence Prevention, Child Abuse Identification School Violence Prevention, Child Abuse Identification School Violence Prevention, Child Abuse Identification STUDENT TEACHING Supervised Fieldwork Student Teaching or 40 days at appropriate grade level in language area Student Teaching at appropriate grade level in bilingual education Student Teaching or 40 days at appropriate grade level See for more information about specific Liberal Arts and Sciences requirements. PLEASE ALSO REFER TO HAND-OUTS.
7 An Introduction to New York State Certification: Requirements at a Glance (continued) There are other ways to obtain the required 30 credits for certification as a Language-other-than-English (LOTE) teacher, especially for those who possess native-language proficiency and cross-cultural competency. (The proposed certification-flexibility has yet to be officially signed into law and formally adopted by the NYSED.) Candidates without any other LOTE certification can earn up to 12 credits through the Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) and 12 credits through the Written Proficiency Test (WPT), altogether 24 credits. 6 additional credits in target language or culture are then needed to complete 30 credits. CST in the language is required. If candidate does not posses any NYS teaching certification, General core and Pedagogical core credits, student-teaching and LAST/ATSW/CST are also required. Candidates with other LOTE certification can earn 15 credits through OPI and 15 credits through WPT, altogether 30 credits. CST in the language is required. Link to the Examination list:
8 Mandatory Requirements: Testing, Workshops and Student Teaching Certification Examinations All candidates are required to take New York State Examinations. The tests are the Liberal Arts and Sciences Examination (LAST) Assessment of Teaching and Skills - Written (ATSW) Content Specialty Test(s) (CST) Bilingual Education Assessment (BEA) for Bilingual Extension Certificates You do not have to wait until you complete your program before taking these exams. Further information can be found at
9 Mandatory Requirements: Testing, Workshops and Student Teaching Workshops All candidates must complete the required workshops in Child Abuse Identification School Violence Prevention Colleges and universities which offer education programs usually provide these workshops as part of the formal education programs. These workshops may also be taken online. Information is available for these at (Child Abuse Identification) and ntion (School Violence Prevention)
10 Mandatory Requirements: Testing, Workshops and Student Teaching Student-Teaching Every candidate for initial certification must have collegesupervised student-teaching experience. The New York City Department of Education strongly suggests that you enroll in a state-approved program in education in order to obtain this student-teaching experience and your initial certification. However Forty days of substitute-teaching experience in your subject/ content area (e.g. Students with Disabilities) and on the grade level for which you seek certification can be submitted to the state in lieu of student-teaching. (OT-11 form must be completed by superintendent or designee).
11 Traditional Teaching Pathways High School Graduates and College Students Enroll in a state-approved undergraduate teacher preparation program at a four-year college or university in New York. Upon graduation from a NYS-approved teacher preparation program, the students are recommended by the college or university to New York State Education Department (NYSED) for certification, provided the student has met all the requirements of the institution and NYSED. Candidates enrolled in colleges or universities outside New York State must apply on their own directly to New York State. Those already certified by another state may fall under the Interstate- Reciprocity (see Page 18).
12 Traditional Teaching Pathways Graduate Students Candidates who fit this profile already have a bachelor s degree and are enrolled in a graduate program at a college or university which leads to New York State teacher-certification. The program usually includes a student-teaching type internship in a K-12 environment. (In most cases, you do not need experience or have any prior coursework in education for graduate school admission.) Upon graduation, the institution usually recommends the student for New York State certification. A master s degree is also a requirement for Professional Certification eventually. This degree would then count towards both Initial and Professional certifications.
13 Alternative Pathways Alternative Certification Programs These programs offer viable alternatives for career changers and college graduates who have subject matter expertise (a BA/BS degree with an academic major), but with no formal education coursework or training. Candidates who are accepted to enroll in one of these programs usually teach while they are earning their degree and certification under a Transitional B Certificate and must complete all requirements for initial certification within three years. You must already possess a Bachelor s degree to be accepted to a program. Various colleges and universities offer alternative programs of which the Teaching Fellows Program is one. (See pages 16 and 17) For a list of these programs, visit Alternative Certificate can be extended only by the college/university.
14 Alternative Pathways Internship Certificates The Internship Certificate is valid for two years and is only available to those enrolled in a formal Master s-degree teaching program. This certificate allows the candidate to teach while still pursuing the degree. Candidates must have competed 50% of a traditional Master s degree program in education. Your college or university must submit the application for the certificate on your behalf and is subject to the individual college s requirements for internship. Some colleges does not request internship certificates from NY State; others may require an employment-offer prior to submitting an Internship application to NYSED. This cannot be extended beyond the two year period.
15 Alternative Pathways Individual Transcript Evaluation (refer to hand-outs) Candidates who prefer to study at their own pace or pursue coursework/credits from various institutions in order to fulfill the teaching certification requirements may apply for the NYS certificate via an individual evaluation, but it is not recommended. The individual evaluation pathway for the Initial Certificate in most classroom titles is only available to candidates who qualify and apply for a certificate and meet all certification requirements by February 1, After February 1, 2012, candidates will be required to complete a teacher preparation program for their first Initial Certificate. College-recommendation is required for Childhood 1-6 certification. There is no Individual Transcript Evaluation for this title.
16 Alternative Pathways New York City Teaching Fellows For career-changers who have a bachelor s degree, but not in education, the New York City Teaching Fellows Program offers a comprehensive training program which includes a subsidized Master s degree in education, specializing in a specific area of certification, while you are teaching. Although a very selective program, the Teaching Fellows accepts approximately 1,700 teachers annually. The program is geared towards teachers of mathematics, sciences, bilingual education, special education, Spanish as a foreign language, English and English as a Second Language. Eligibility-requirements on next page For more information and an application, visit
17 Alternative Pathways New York City Teaching Fellows - Eligibility Bachelor s degree conferred by June 2009; minimum GPA of 3.0 (consideration given for demonstrated achievement). U.S. citizenship or Permanent Residency with a valid green card, and fluency in English. Cannot have previously benefited from a NYC Department of Education tuition assistance program (other than Career Training for Paraprofessionals). Cannot have previously received an Unsatisfactory rating from NYCDOE. Cannot be already certified to teach. Cannot have completed eighteen or more credits of a teacher education program or minor in education by June Cannot have worked as a full-time teacher in New York City public schools at any time since September 2002 Not have previously withdrawn from the Fellowship after beginning training.
18 Reciprocity with New York State Interstate Reciprocity Applicants who have a bachelor s degree and hold a comparable (Level 2) certificate from another state, or who have completed an approved teacher education program in another state may be eligible for the Conditional Initial Certificate through Interstate Reciprocity. The individual will then have two years to pass the required New York State Certification Examinations and to complete the two mandatory workshops (Child Abuse Detection & School Violence Prevention). Once the requirements are satisfied, a regular Initial Certificate will be issued. This certificate will be valid altogether for five years from the effective date of the Conditional Initial Certificate.
19 Candidates Educated Outside the USA International Credentials Candidates who were educated outside the United States must apply to New York State through an individual transcript evaluation. Due to the variety of programs and requirements in many foreign countries, NY State must evaluate each case individually with respect to both the country and the institution in which the candidate has been educated. If the candidate s international credentials have been approved, he/she will be issued a CONDITIONAL INITIAL certificate, under which the holder must complete all the requirements (such as certification-exams) for the INITIAL Certificate within two years.
20 Candidates Educated Outside the USA Prospective international teachers must have obtained at least the equivalent of a Bachelor s degree awarded by an American college or university. New York State must evaluate the foreign college/university transcripts and degrees before you can apply to teach. This evaluation must be obtained even if you have subsequently earned a graduate level degree in the United States. The state evaluation can take up to six months; therefore you are encouraged to apply and send your documentation to the New York State Education Department as soon as possible. Candidates are required to have their transcripts and documents translated by an approved translation service provider. Candidates with formal teacher-training at university in home-country may be considered eligible for the Conditional Initial Certificate.
21 Scholarships for Uncertified Teachers Incentive and Scholarship Programs Scholarships are available for eligible individuals pursuing a Bachelor s and/or Master s degree in a designated critical shortage area. (See next page.) The program provides full-tuition payments to eligible undergraduate and graduate students enabling them to obtain New York State certification. In exchange, participants serve as a teacher or clinician and repay two years of service for each year of tuition in the paid program. As part of the program requirements, participants are required to attend annual staff development sessions and program meetings with DOE staff. Upon graduation, participants are placed in areas of high need in the city schools. Candidates have the opportunity to express preferences for placement, although assignments are driven by the needs of the school system.
22 Scholarships for Uncertified Teachers Scholarship Teaching Programs Speech/Hearing Handicapped (monolingual and bilingual) Speech Language Pathology (monolingual and bilingual) Visually Impaired (monolingual and bilingual) * Bilingual Special Education * Bilingual School Counseling, School Psychology, and Social Work * Scholarship Loan Forgiveness * Primary language Spanish (other languages as determined by the needs of the NYCDOE)
23 Bilingual Pupil Services Program (BPS) Benefits Paid, full-time para-internship in a bilingual or ESL classroom (K-8) Same salary and benefits as UFT paraprofessionals Professional development and guidance to become a certified Bilingual or ESL teacher (workshops and mentorship) Paid tuition in an accredited Bachelor s degree teacher education program at a participating college or university (18-27 credits/per annum at CUNY rate) Eligibility Requirements Bilingual in Chinese, Haitian-Creole or Spanish 90 credits towards a BA/BS degree in Bilingual (Elementary or Special Education) or ESL, leading toward certification; with minimum GPA of 2.8 Completion of Child Abuse/School Violence workshops Passed LAST Contact Hyeon Yun at or Samuel Cheung at
24 What Can I Do Now.and Later? Now Enroll in a Suitable Program for Certification! Based on the information you have received, it is important you select your pathway and enroll in a State-approved program leading to teacher certification as soon as possible. If you have completed requirements but your certification is pending, or if you have applied to New York State on your own, you should have the following available in your own possession: Proof of submission of the state application Academic transcript(s) Workshop certificates Test scores Updated resume Letter from your college or university indicating completion of an education program (if your school is endorsing your application to NYSED)
25 What Can I Do Now.and Later? Later If you have NY State teacher certification already or awaiting your teacher certification from Albany, and seeking a full-time teaching position with the NYC public schools, you must apply online at Call the Recruitment Office at for more information.
26 Helpful Websites and Resources New York City Department of Education Office of Recruitment Division of Human Resources New York State Department of Education Application and General Information State Examinations
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