Certification & Induction - Applicant Advisories. Requirement for Certificate of Eligibility"An Introduction to the Teaching Profession: A 2. Hour Pre- service Program"Candidates seeking Certificates of Eligibility (CE) must complete a minimum of 2. CE and as part of application requirements. This prescribed program of study, "An Introduction to the Teaching Profession: A 2.
Hour Pre- service Program , " is offered through department- authorized providers throughout the state or through equivalent coursework documented on a transcript from a New Jersey regionally accredited four- year college or university. Coursework from out- of- state institutions does not fulfill this requirement. This requirement became effective on September 1, 2. P- 3) CE. It became effective on October 3. N- 1. 2 subject area, English as a Second Language, Students with Disabilities, Bilingual, and career and technical education CEs. Holders of Certificates of Eligibility with Advanced Standing or provisional or standard certificates in another instructional area will not be required to complete this study. AN EXCEPTION IS HOLDERS OF N- 1.
OR K- 6 CERTIFICATES APPLYING FOR THE P- 3 CE – THEY MUST COMPLETE THE P- 3 2. HOURS. Candidates whose completed applications were submitted to the Office of Certification and Induction as of October 3. August 3. 1, 2. 00.
P- 3 applicants) will not be required to enroll in this 2. A complete application consists of the application itself, the fee, an official transcript and the oath of allegiance/verification of accuracy. If such applicants are denied a certificate for any reason, e. GPA, did not have the requisite number of credits, etc., the person will have to take the 2. Following is a list of agencies that have been approved to offer the 2.
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Information regarding available classes and registration processes may be obtained through the contact information below. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE 2. HOUR REQUIREMENT VARIES ACCORDING TO THE CERTIFICATION THAT YOU ARE SEEKING. Approved 2. 4- Hour Programs for the P- 3 CEThe following courses will be accepted to fulfill the P- 3 requirement if they have been previously completed: Kean University: Course title: Foundations of Early Childhood and Family Studies: Course prefix and number: EC 5. Course title: Teaching and Learning in Early Childhood Education: Course prefix and number: EC 3.
Course title: Field Experiences in Multicultural Early Childhood Settings: Course prefix and number: EC 2. William Paterson University: Course title: Teaching as a Profession. Course prefix and number: CIED 2. Approved 2. 4hr Programs for Elementary K- 6, N- 1. Subject Area, ESL, Career and Technical Education CEThe following courses will be accepted to fulfill this requirement for elementary, N- 1. ESL or CTE candidates if they have been previously completed: Caldwell College: ED 2. Philosophical and Historical Foundations of American and School Curriculum.
The College of Saint Elizabeth: ED 6. Curriculum Theory and Practice. Kean University: EMSE 2. Sophomore Field Experience 2.
Field Experiences in Multicultural Early Childhood Settings. FA 2. 90. 0 Sophomore Field for Art Ed. MUS 2. 90. 0 Sophomore Field for Music. EC 3. 30. 0 Teaching and Learning in Early Childhood Education. EC 3. 40. 0 Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education.
Pre- professional Field Experience PED 2. Sophomore Field Experience Physical Education/Health EMSE 5. Introduction to Education. Monmouth University: ED 5. Foundations of Education.
ED 2. 50 Foundations of Teaching and Learning. Ramapo College of New Jersey: Educ 2. Teaching: Principles and Practices.
Rowan University: EDUC 0. Teaching: An Introduction to the Profession. EDUC 0. 12. 70 Teaching in Learning Communities IEDUC 0. Teaching in Learning Communities IIRutgers University – Camden: 5. Fundamentals of the Teaching Profession.
Seton Hall University: EDST6. Classroom Curriculum, Planning and Organization. EDST1. 00. 1 Introduction to Teaching. William Paterson University: CIED 2.
Teaching as a Profession. CIEE 5. 11. 0 Educational Psychological Theories and Applications. SMAT 5. 10. 0 The Art of Teaching in the 2. Century. SPC 2. 55. Foundations Of Education in a Diverse Society. Regional Training Center Information 2.
Beginning with the 2. CE holders required to attend regional training centers will have to register themselves with a provider from the list below. Once enrolled, they should let their district contact person know which site they are attending. Enrollment in a center is required for issuance of a provisional license. Approved 2. 00 Hour Regional Training Center Providers for Elementary K- 5/6, Elementary N- 8, N- 1. Subject Area, ESL CE Holders NAME CONTACT PERSONEMAILCOSTElizabeth Regional Training Center.
Stephen J. Williams. Elizabeth. Reg. Cent@aol. Monmouth University- Long Branch.
Meredith Riddlemamiller@monmouth. Morris- Union Jointure Commission- New Provence. Diane Viola- Henriksendhenrikesen@mujc. Essex County Provisional Teacher Training Consortium- Montclair.
Joanne Petrigliano. Renee Grahamjpetrigliano@montclair.
Rowan University- Blackwood, Glassboro, West Deptford. Lynne Levylevy@rowan. Rutgers University- Center for Effective School Practices- Camden, Hackensack, Mercer, Newark, Paterson, Somerset, Rockaway. Mary Ellen Morrisaltroute@gse. Saint Peter's University- Jersey City, Kearny, North Plainfield, Sayreville. James Jacobson. Michelle Cassaro.
JJacobson@saintpeters. MCassaro@saintpeters. Seton Hall University. Michael Kuchar. Michael. Stockton University- Stockton Campus, Toms River High School. Michael Hinmanaltroute@stockton. Approved 2. 00 Hour Programs with Pre- Service Requirements for.
Elementary K- 5/6, Elementary N- 8, N- 1. Subject Area, ESL CE Holders NAME CONTACT PERSONEMAILCOSTNew Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey. Mercedes Vargasnewpathways@njcu. Relay Graduate School of Education. Evan Hendon. Newark@relay. New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning Progressive Science Initiatve.
Rosemary Knabrknab@njctl. Career and Technical Education - Candidates for CTE certification must attend the CTE program at Brookdale Community College. Contact Kelly Canonico, kcanonico@brookdalecc. Danielle Ponterio, dponterio@brookdalecc.
Requirements for Elementary CE Holders. In addition to the 2.
CE teachers, novice K- 5/6 and N- 8 teachers hired as of October 3. Of these 9. 0 hours, 4. K- 5/6 level and 4. K- 5/6 level. This requirement may be fulfilled by previously completed coursework or through previous experience. See details at N. J. A. C. 6. A: 9.
B- 8. 3(c)3. Following is a list of agencies whose curricula have been approved to offer the 4. Information regarding available classes and registration processes may be obtained through the contact information below.
The fee for this instruction at regional training centers is determined by the provider and fees are listed below. The for- credit programs charge tuition which will vary depending on the college/university offering the class. Approved 4. 5 Hour Programs for Holders of an Elementary CE – Regional Training Centers. Approved 4. 5 Hour Programs for Holders of an Elementary K- 5/6 CE – For- Credit Programs. Below is a list of courses that, if previously completed, meet the requirement for the language arts/literacy or mathematics requirement, as applicable: Centenary College: EDU 3. Foundations of Literacy in Elementary Education.
EDU 3. 05. 2 Elementary Teaching Methodology (math) College of Saint Elizabeth: Ed. Literacy in Early Childhood, Elementary Education. Math 1. 45: Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics (if taken as an education major)ED 6. Reading and Language Arts: Theory and Practice Fairleigh Dickinson University: EDUC6. Language Development and Literacy IEDUC6. Problem- solving Strategies for Elementary Mathematics. Kean University: EMSE 5.
Intro to Language Arts & Reading EMSE 5. Current Theory & Practice in Teaching Mathematics. Monmouth University: EDL3. Literacy Instruction in K- 5 Educational Settings IED3. Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics.
EDL 5. 03 Literacy Instruction. ED5. 56 Teaching Elementary Mathematics Montclair State University: Read 5. The Nature of Reading Math 5.
Mathematics Education in the Elementary School New Jersey City University: LTED 6. Literacy in the Elementary Curriculum. LTED 6. 08 Elementary and Middle School Language Arts/Literacy. LTED 6. 48 Solving Reading Problems at the Elementary Level. MATH 6. 04 Math in the Urban Schools. MATH 6. 08 Seminar in Modern Elementary School Mathematics Rider University: GLTP- 5. Curriculum and Instruction in Reading/Language Arts: Early Literacy.
GLTP- 5. 10 Curriculum and Teaching in the Elementary School I: Mathematics. Rowan University: READ 3. Teaching Literacy.
Rutgers University – Camden: 5. Developmental Literacy Rutgers –GSE: 1.
Teaching Elementary School Mathematics. Literacy Development in the Early Years. Saint Peter's University: EE 2.
Teaching Language Arts: Elem School and 2. Teaching Reading in the Elementary School (must successfully complete both courses to meet the requirement)EE 2. Teaching Language Arts: Elem School and GE 5. Foundations of the Reading. Curriculum (must successfully complete both courses to meet the requirement)EE 2. Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School William Paterson University: CIEE 2.
Literacy and Learning in Inclusive Classrooms. CIEE 5. 12 Reading, Language Arts and Literature in Inclusive Classrooms. CIEE 3. 29 Math Methods and Assessment for Teaching K- 5. CIEE 5. 13 Math Methods and Assessment for Teaching K- 5. Elementary K- 5/6 novice teachers who have completed a course that appears to meet this requirement at a New Jersey college or university that is not listed above or at an out of state college or university may submit a Verification of Completion: 4. Hour K- 5/6 Reading or Math Equivalent form with a transcript and course description for consideration. The form is available on the Department website at http: //www.