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Title: OKLAHOMA NON-TRADTIONAL ROUTE TO CERTIFICATION HB1233


1
OKLAHOMANON-TRADTIONALROUTE TO
CERTIFICATIONHB1233
  • CALL IN
  • 1-877-820-7831
  • PASS CODE 431539
  • MUTE COMPUTER SOUND

2
WELCOMEandOVERVIEW OF WEBINAR
  • DR. RENE AXTELL
  • ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT
  • SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES

3
AGENDA
  • Purpose of the Non-Traditional Route
  • HB 1233Status in Legislature and Next Steps
  • Work of Planning Group
  • Mechanics
  • Districts
  • Boot Camp Providers
  • Candidates
  • Survey of InterestImmediate
  • Next Steps
  • Survey MonkeyWithin Next Two Days

4
PURPOSE OF NON-TRADITIONAL ROUTE
  • JUSTIN MILNER, DIRECTOR OF SPED
  • NORMAN

5
  • Concern over the shortage of applicants in the
    special education field led to the development of
    HB 1233. Designed to create a way for
    individuals, who do not have a degree in
    education, to enter the special education
    teaching profession.
  • HB1233 will allow Non-Traditional Route teachers
    to complete their certification while they are in
    the classroom (earn while they continue to
    learn). In a few minutes we will explain how.

6
HB 1233 STATUS
  • ANDREA KUNKEL
  • CCOSA ATTORNEY
  • WITH EARNED DEGREE IN
  • SPECIAL EDUCATION

7
WORK OF THEPLANNING GROUP
  • DR. CHRIS ORMSBEE
  • ASSISTANT PROVOST AND PROF OF EDUCATION
  • OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

8
Representatives
  • State Department of Education
  • Board of Regents
  • Teacher Preparation Commission
  • State Certification
  • Districts (Norman, Edmond, Lawton, Tulsa)
  • Universities (Oklahoma State, University of
    Oklahoma, East Central University, University of
    Central Oklahoma)

9
PROCEDURALMECHANICS
  • DISTRICTS
  • BOOT CAMP PROVIDERS
  • CANDIDATES

10
DISTRICTSDR. GEORGE ANN RICEmNET Partnership
Between NASDSE AND OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
  • Are we interested in hiring candidates in the
    Non-Traditional Route to Certification?
  • Recruit
  • Troops to Teachers
  • Long-Term Subs with 4-year degrees
  • Special Olympics Volunteers
  • Child Care Workers with 4-year degrees
  • Child Find Contacts
  • Parent Advocacy Groups
  • Webinar on April 29 at 8 am Focus on Developing
    These Sources Webinar on May 2 at 8 am on
    Supporting New Spec Ed Teachers

11
MORE RESOURCES
  • Stay-at-Home Moms
  • Current school district employees with four- year
    degrees
  • IHE Placement Offices
  • Liberal Arts Majors
  • People (with right heart) in non-marketable
    fields

12
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Have Earned Any Four-year Degree from an IHE
    Holding Regional Accreditation
  • Grade Point Average 2.75
  • Commitment to Complete Masters Degree or
    Certification in Special Education
  • Commitment to Remain with District for At Least
    Three Years After Earning Standard Certification
    in Special Education

13
DISTRICTS COMMITMENT
  • Recommend Those Candidates to Boot Camp in Close
    Proximity or Decide to Offer District Boot Camp
  • Monitor Progress of Recommended Candidates
  • Make Hiring Decision
  • Provide Mentor
  • Participate in Discussion to Refine Process with
    Other Districts and the Planning Group

14
BOOT CAMP PROVIDERS
  • District DecisionLynn Fitz, Director, Lawton
  • University DecisionDr. Laura Bixler, East
    Central Oklahoma University
  • State Department Tricia Hansen, ODE
  • Approval Process Renee Launey-Rodolf, Oklahoma
    Commission for Teacher Preparation and
  • Goldie Thompson, Oklahoma State Regents for
    Higher Education

15
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES
  • Introduction to Special Education
  • IEPs
  • Behavioral Management
  • Effective Teaching and Reading Strategies
  • Assessment
  • Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Thirty hours of Field-based Experiences
    (Observation, one-on-one, Small Group and Large
    Group)

16
APPLICATION PROCESS
  • Type of Structure (District, Interlocal Co Op,
    Partnership, etc)
  • Delivery ModelWeekends, Three or Four Weeks Full
    Time, Etc.
  • How Competencies Will Be Measured
  • Qualifications of Those Who Will
    Instruct/Facilitate

17
Universities Indicating Interest
  • CU
  • ECU
  • NSU
  • NWOSU
  • OSU
  • OU
  • UCO

18
CERTIFICATION PROCESS FOR CANDIDATES UPON
COMPLETION OF BOOT CAMP
  • Jeff Smith

19
Application for Provisional Certification
  • Items to be submitted to OSDE Teacher
    Certification after completion of the Boot Camp
  • Boot Camp completion certificate
  • Application for provisional teaching certificate
  • 50 fee
  • Official transcripts
  • Fingerprint background check (OSBI and FBI) and
    59 fee
  • Issuance of a One Year provisional teaching
    certificate in Mild-Moderate Disabilities or
    Severe-Profound Multiple Disabilities

20
Renewing the One-Year Provisional Certificate
  • The One-Year provisional Certificate may be
    renewed two times for a total duration of three
    years validity
  • How to renew
  • Provide OSDE Teacher Certification with official
    transcripts verifying at least 6 semester credit
    hours earned toward meeting the prescribed
    special education coursework during the validity
    of the One-Year certificate

21
How candidates move from a One-Year to a
Standard Certificate
  • Issued one or more provisional certificates via
    the Non-Traditional Route
  • Successful completion of prescribed special
    education coursework or a Masters degree in
    special education.
  • Pass the appropriate Oklahoma Subject Area Test
    (OSAT), Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET)
    and Oklahoma Professional Teaching Exam (OPTE)
  • Submit application/fee for new certificate to
    OSDE Teacher Certification
  • Standard Teaching Certificate

22
Direct Non-Traditional Path to Standard
Certification in Special Education (no boot camp
required)
  • Successful completion of prescribed special
    education coursework or a Masters degree in
    special education
  • Pass appropriate special education subject area
    exam
  • Fingerprint background check (OSBI and FBI) and
    59 fee
  • Application for Oklahoma School Certificate and
    50 fee

23
Highly Qualified Considerations
  • Special Education teachers do not need to be H.Q.
    if they are in a setting where they do not
    provide initial instruction (i.e. resource
    room/lab assistance in a content area)
  • Mild-Moderate Disabilities teachers may co-teach.
    Core content certified teacher would be teacher
    of record.
  • Other avenues will continue to be explored and
    viable options will be addressed during the next
    legislative session and/or rule promulgation
    period.

24
IMMEDIATE SURVEYOFINTEREST
25
NEXT STEPSTricia Hansen, DOE
  • Follow-Up Webinar As Soon As Law Is Passed and
    Signed and State Board of Education Approves
    ProcessTo Answer Remaining Questions
  • hb1233certification_at_gmail.com for emails
  • Survey Monkey re Interest in Boot Camp
  • Support Webinars
  • More Recruiting StrategiesApril 29 at 8 am
  • RetentionSupport New Special Education
    TeachersMay 2 at 8 am
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