3301-24-22 Alternative resident educator license for career-technical workforce development programs.

(A) A four year alternative resident educator license for teaching in a career-technical workforce development program shall be issued to an individual who is deemed to be of good moral character and who evidences meeting the requirements specified in paragraph (A) of this rule:

(1) A minimum of a high school diploma;

(2) Five years of fulltime work experience or the equivalent in the career field, as verified by the employing school district in accordance with procedures and forms prescribed by the Ohio department of education (education.ohio.gov); and

(3) Successful completion of a summer training institute established under section 3319.26 of the Revised Code, from a college or university that is approved to prepare career-technical workforce development teachers , which will provide instruction in the principles and practices of career-technical teaching for individuals seeking an alternative resident educator license .

(B) The holder of an alternative resident educator license for teaching in a career-technical workforce development program shall meet the requirements specified in paragraph (B) of this rule as a condition of continuing to hold the license:

(1) Participate in the four year Ohio resident educator program (information available at education.ohio.gov);

(2) Show satisfactory progress in taking and successfully completing a twenty-four semester hour program of preparation and professional development, from a college or university that is approved to prepare career-technical workforce development teachers, consisting of career-technical professional education coursework in areas such as the principles and practices of career-technical teaching, student development and learning, pupil assessment procedures, curriculum development, classroom management, teaching methodology and other areas appropriate for career-technical workforce development teachers.

(C) Eligibility for a professional educator license. A professional educator license shall be issued to the holder of an alternative resident educator license for teaching in a career-technical workforce development program upon successful completion of the requirements specified in paragraph (C) of this rule:

(1) Four years of successful teaching experience under the alternative resident educator license as verified by the employing superintendent;

(2) Successful completion of the four year Ohio resident educator program (information available at education.ohio.gov); and

(3) Successful completion of the approved preparation program of twenty-four semester hours from a college or university that is approved to prepare career-technical workforce development teachers, as referenced in paragraph (B)(2) of this rule.

(D) A four year alternative resident educator license for teaching in a career-technical workforce development program may be extended by the Ohio department of education on a case by case basis in order to enable the license holder to complete the four year Ohio resident educator program.

Effective: 04/25/2013
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/29/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3301.07 , 3319.22
Rule Amplifies: 3319.22
Prior Effective Dates: 02/14/2011