For Program Coordinators

Thank you for being a part of the Resident Educator (RE) Program implementation team in your school or district. Your role is important to both your local program and to the Ohio Department of Education. You serve as the communication liaison between your local program participants and the Department. 

The RE Program can be envisioned as a journey on a path of continued professional learning that leads educators to more effective practices and excellence in teaching. The two-year residency program consists of a system of support and mentoring to develop:

  • Relationships and Communications;
  • Equitable Practice;
  • Professional Growth and Development; and
  • Instructional Practice and Building Capacity. 


As program coordinator, you will be working with local administrators and stakeholders to plan, implement and evaluate your local RE Program. Below, you will find valuable information necessary to understand your role and requirements as well as tools and resources available to you as an RE program coordinator.

Getting Started as a Program Coordinator

  • Eligibility and Designation of Program Coordinators
  • Program Standards
  • Program Coordinator Orientation
    • To access the PC Orientation course please go to your Ohio Department of Education OH|ID account. Once you are signed into your OH|ID account, choose Learning Management System and click on ok for "navigating to an external application." This will bring you to the department's Learning Management System (LMS). You may then choose this course from the Course Catalog.

Components of the Resident Educator Program

Responsibilities of the Program Coordinator

Standards, Resources and Tools

For further guidance, visit these standards, resources and tools.

Last Modified: 3/23/2023 4:01:17 PM