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Transition to Teaching (Secondary)

Transition to Teaching is a one-year alternative teacher preparation program for new secondary non-traditional teachers who have non-teaching baccalaureate degrees in teaching-shortage areas or who are entering teaching from industry or the military with specific technical skills. The program is designed to "jump-start" the individual’s transition into the secondary classroom.

Persons enrolled in Transition to Teaching will be mentored for a full year and will participate in face-to-face seminars and on-line courses. At the end of the year successful participants will earn credit for student teaching and the course Introduction to Teaching.

To be eligible for the Transition to Teaching program an individual must:

Both academic and career-technical instructors are eligible to participate.

Transition to Teaching is administered by Valley City State Univeristy and endorsed by the Department of Career and Technical Education, Department of Public Instruction and the Education Standards and Practices Board.

Clinical Practice (Postsecondary)

Clinical Practice is an alternative teacher preparation program for new postsecondary instructors to transition into the classroom.

To be eligible for the Clinical Practice program an individual must:

Clinical Practice is administered by Dr. Bob Gette and endorsed by the Department of Career and Technical Education. Contact Dr. Gette at: rgette@wah.midco.net or (701) 640-1506.

2017-2018 Meetings Dates: September 29, October 27, November 17, January 26, February 23 and April 6

For any further information contact:

Dept. of Career and Technical Education
600 E. Boulevard Ave., Dept. 270
Bismarck, ND 58505-0610
Phone: 701-328-3180
Fax: 701-328-1255
E-mail: cte@nd.gov

 

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