As a result of feedback from educators throughout Ohio as well as an advisory group, the Department is restructuring the Ohio Resident Educator Program for this school year, including the program’s summative assessment. Beginning teachers with resident educator licenses take the Ohio Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA) in year three of the four-year program. These teachers become eligible for a professional teaching license once they pass RESA and complete four years of the program, including focused mentoring components and any local requirements.
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hosted a webinar about Ohio’s Licensure for Teachers to provide guidance on the following topics:
• Ohio’s Four-Tiered Licensure Structure
• The Ohio Resident Educator Program
for beginning teachers; and
• Professional Development
, including Local Professional Development Committees
See the latest resident educator news by clicking here to read all articles in this edition.
See the latest resident educator news as well as quick tips for RESA candidates by clicking here to read all articles in this edition.