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1 Resident Educator and Mentoring Programs March 19 th, 2015 Elizabeth Sailer

2 Session Outcomes Understand the purpose of Ohio’s Resident Educator Program, including induction and mentoring Understand the options for Career-Technical Workforce Development Resident Educators Learn about networking opportunities Learn about updates from the Office of Educator Effectiveness

3 RE Program Vision The Ohio Resident Educator Program provides new teachers support beginning with mentors and extending to additional support during their first years of teaching.

4 How Can We Be Better Educators Tomorrow Than We Were Today, and Lead Others to do the Same?

5 Ohio’s 4 Tiered Licensure Structure Resident Educator LicenseProfessional Educator LicenseSenior Professional Educator LicenseLead Professional Educator License

6 Mentoring Component of Induction Component of Professional Development Professional Learning Wong, 2004

7 Career-Technical Resident Educator Alternative Resident Educator for Career-Technical Workforce Development Programs Ohio Career-Technical Teacher License 1 Year Supplemental

8 RE Program Data Resident Educators: Totaln= 21,211 Career-Tech: Totaln= Year Supplementaln= 3 4 Year RE-CTn= Year Alt. RE-CTWDn=436

9 What is Residency? Residency is a time to practice, refine and gain a deeper understanding of the art and science of teaching under the guidance of a certified mentor and the support of a professional learning community.

10 Ohio Resident Educator Program Resident Educator Program: Foundation  Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession  Ohio Continuum of Teacher Development

11 “Good induction programs create the conditions for developing the vital skills that can be learned only from practice.” --Sharon Feiman-Nemser

12 Components of Successful Induction Programs Orientation to the teaching profession, the context of the organization, and to the program Continuum of professional development over a period of at least two or three years Mentoring component Structure for modeling effective teaching

13 Resident Educator Support Program Coordinator Mentors Principals Resident Educators University

14 Know Your CT-REs RE-CT Alt. RE-CTWD

15 Options for CTWD REs Learning Through Connections Option 1: Register for both university coursework and the REP Option 2: Year one of license register for university coursework only; Year two of license begin REP Year 1, may earn one year of credit for prior teaching experience

16 CORE Reporting Registration: September 1 to November 15 End of Year Reporting: March 2 to June 30 My RE Summary in My Educator Profile

17 Advance, Renew, Extend Advance: successful completion of the four-year Resident Educator Program and the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA) Extend: one- or two-year extension are available to allow additional time to complete the Resident Educator Program Extensions may not be utilized to provide additional time for alternative resident educators to complete coursework. Renew: anticipated availability spring 2015

18 Check for Understanding Understand the purpose of Ohio’s Resident Educator Program, including induction and mentoring Understand the options for Career-Technical Workforce Development Resident Educators

19 Teaching and Learning Cycle

20 Year 1 & 2 Practice sound teaching habits Feedback provided by certified instructional mentors The Mentoring Years Year 3 & 4 Showcase teaching progress Formally demonstrate implementation of sound teaching habits Explore leadership opportunities The Performing Years 4 Years of Support and Development

21 Scope of Work

22  Lesson Plans  Instructional Materials  Analysis of Student Learning  Student work samples  Video clips of lessons  Teacher Reflections RESA Components

23 Why RESA?

24 Spring Program Coordinator Network Meetings May 18 th at Butler County ESC May 19 th at Quest in Columbus May 27 th at the ESC of Cuyahoga County Registration in STARS, search keyword ‘pc network.’

25 Support Networks Contact Wendy Nichols for more information at The Ohio State University Kent State University The University of Toledo Penta Career Center Educational Service Center of Central Ohio US Grant Career Center Bowling Green State University

26 Mentor Training Instructional Mentoring Academy Day 1 Instructional Mentoring Academy Day 2 Trainings begin June 1. Registration in STARS will open in April. Training for New Mentors Training for Certified Mentors Mentor Refresh Available online beginning June 1.

27 For More Information education.ohio.gov

28 Questions

29 Social ohio-department-of-education Ohio Families and Education Ohio Teachers’ Homeroom OhioEdDept storify.com/ohioEdDept


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