For Resident Educators

The Ohio Resident Educator Program is a four-year induction system of support and mentoring for new teachers. Successful completion of the residency program is required to qualify for a five-year professional educator license.

Introduction for Beginning Teachers

The fact sheet below provides information about the Ohio Resident Educator program that will be of interest to pre-service educators or teachers who will soon begin their participation in the program.

Welcome to the Ohio Resident Educator Program

Timeline Resources

Summer and Fall Steps

  1. Attend Resident Educator Orientation at school or district (locally determined)

Winter and Spring Steps

  1. Complete Year 1 Formative Progress Review (April-June)
  2. Complete Year 2 Formative Progress Review (Feb. – June)

Year Long Steps

  1. Actively participate in professional collaborative conversations
  2. Use state-designed formative assessment tools, protocols, and processes as explained by mentor
  3. Maintain completed formative assessment tools

* Years 3 or 4 will include a performance-based, summative assessment.

Requirements for supporting Resident Educators Years 1-4

More Questions?

Read the Resident Educator frequently asked questions.

Last Modified: 12/1/2014 11:41:18 AM