For Resident Educators
Welcome to the Ohio Resident Educator Program!
The Ohio Resident Educator Program can be envisioned as the first years of a journey on a path of continued professional learning that leads educators to more effective practices and excellence in teaching. The four-year residency program consists of a system of support and mentoring, assessing teacher learning, and exploring leadership within the profession.
In the first two years of the program, Resident Educators, working collaboratively with their Mentor, complete annual requirements through discussions and feedback. Mentors provide ongoing instructional support; using self-assessment and goal setting, demonstrating use of authentic teacher work such as lesson planning, data analysis and assessment for reflection. In the third year, Resident Educators work with their Facilitator who supports them as they prepare to submit their tasks for the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA). Once they have successfully passed the RESA, they work with a Colleague in their final year, exploring leadership opportunities or other district determined activities. When the Resident Educator has completed four years of the program successfully and has passed the RESA successfully, they can apply to advance to the five year Professional License.
To learn more about the history of the program, program requirements, program components and other relevant program information, please use the following links.
Getting Started in the Resident Educator Program
Requirements of the Resident Educator Program
Completing the Resident Educator Program
More Information about the Resident Educator Program
Last Modified: 10/4/2016 11:22:31 AM