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Student Teaching and Provisional Certification Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Beth Kania-Gosche
34:02
We have over 100 school districts on a four day week now, so days/hours are helpful.
Tammy T. Moore-Lindenwood
40:12
I want to take a moment to thank Margery for being so responsive to our emails and concerns. Thank you Margery!
Laurie Kingsley
40:24
so 12-15 contact hours (and 3 credit hours), is that correct?
Beth Kania-Gosche
40:34
The provisional does not need an undergraduate degree, is that correct?
Mary Beth Cary
40:49
I second that Tammy; Margery you are so responsive and helpful. Thank you.
Laurie Kingsley
40:54
Oh nvm this means within 12-15 credit hours of completion?
Ellen Meadows
41:02
12 - 15 hours remaining and/or MOCA and MEES for the Provisional in this situation?
Tammy T. Moore-Lindenwood
41:22
Correct, for Provisional it applies to UG and Grad
james.concannon
47:42
Is ToR training is the same as our normal university CT training?
Casey Reimer
49:05
Is there a certain number of hours that need to be completed in state vs out of state?
Ali Geren- Drury
50:40
For post-baccalaureate candidates, who have a degree, and are returning to complete teacher education coursework, would they qualify for a provisional even if they aren't within 12-15 credit hours of certification coursework completion?
Stephanie Koscielski UMSL
51:45
We're getting teacher candidates who are getting jobs in Illinois and want to do their practicum 2 (student teaching)
Ali Geren- Drury
53:43
ok that makes sense - thank you!
Beth Kania-Gosche
53:59
If they can switch from traditional to alt cert, that distinction isn't practical.
Beth Kania-Gosche
57:40
How is this communicated to school districts doing hiring?
Tammy T. Moore-Lindenwood
57:42
This was a beneficial webinar...thanks yall
Ellen Meadows
58:02
But full disclosure - for the graduate alternative cert programs issuing a provisional for ELEM at the beginning of a full-time hire as teacher of record, we do have them pass the ELEM MOCA in advance for admission and the issuance of the provisional (TFA/TIR, UMSL) in ECHED and ELEM. Check with Margery if you have questions about this.
Andi Dieckman
58:10
I agree Tammy!
Stacey R
58:17
So, if a individual does not have an undergraduate in a Content area, but passes the MoCA in a content area he or she can pursue an ALT Certification?
Dr. Albee
01:01:47
Thank you for referring them to our programs, Margery!
Laurie Kingsley
01:01:58
is this correct…They can MoCA in to be a biology teacher from any content area (e.g. math), but if they pass the biology MoCA and don't have a 3.0 GPA they can't be a biology teacher?
Amanda Aldridge (Lindenwood)
01:01:59
Yes, send them our way! :)
Beth Kania-Gosche
01:02:44
The standard is very different for traditional programs than alt cert. I think we are undermining the traditional programs with rules that only apply to them.
Laurie Kingsley
01:02:54
hahaha
Laurie Kingsley
01:03:30
I'm just seeing an opportunity for folks who really want to teach science...maybe they should go into a different area and moca in...
Beth Kania-Gosche
01:03:31
The rules for alt cert make it where they are better off getting an undergrad degree and then going for alt cert.
Laurie Kingsley
01:03:51
Yes thanks for the webinar!
Dr. Vanessa Howard - Harris Stowe State University
01:04:19
Thank you for sharing the updates.
Ali Geren- Drury
01:04:57
Thank you!
Stacey R
01:05:01
thank you all
Kimberley Nuetzmann
01:05:01
Thank you!
Andi Dieckman
01:05:03
Thank you!!!!
Stephanie Koscielski UMSL
01:05:03
Thank yo
Charisse Hatfield - Truman State University
01:05:03
Thank you Margery for your quick responses and assistance!
Mary Briggs (Calvary University)
01:05:09
Thank you!
Lorna Harrison, Ed.D.
01:05:13
thank you
Amanda Aldridge (Lindenwood)
01:05:14
Thanks for reiterating the rules and upholding the standards and expectations. EPPs can also set additional expectations than what is stated in DESE Rules.
fieldst
01:05:16
Thank you!