Funding is available for each first-year resident educator working in a public district, chartered community school, educational service center, career center or joint vocational school. To be eligible for these funds, a school or district must have registered their resident educators in CORE by the designated deadline. Reimbursement funds must be requested by June 30, 2014. Read the original news item here. Detailed directions for each of these steps are available here.
Instructional Mentoring (IM) and Resident Educator –1 (RE-1) remain the required trainings for mentor certification. Registration for both trainings is now open in the STARS system through your SAFE account. Use “IM” and “RE-1” in the keyword search options.
The online Facilitation Training for those individuals who will serve as summative assessment facilitators is available at no cost to those who sign up for an account. Access the link for the online Facilitation Training here. Share the Facilitation at a Glance guidance document with anyone who may serve in the role of a facilitator.
Ohio is completing the third year of the Resident Educator Program. This past year, over 15,000 resident educators participated in the program, with more than 8,000 active mentors and 3,000+ candidates completing the Resident Educator Summative Assessment for the first time. As the program continues to grow, we want to thank everyone for their commitment to supporting teachers. When we support teachers, we support student learning.
SDC Now Available
SDC Release Notes