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To obtain Arizona teacher certification, applicants must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and typically must complete a teacher preparation program. Additionally, the Arizona Department of Education requires specific coursework based on the desired teaching area of focus.
Earn a bachelor's degree and complete a teacher prep program. ... Fulfill the student teaching requirement. ... Earn your master's degree if your specialization requires one. ... Pass your state's required exam for teachers. ... Apply for state teacher certification.
In Arizona, every educator in public district schools has to be certified by the state to teach. Charter schools are not regulated by Arizona's teacher certification laws, though some of them do require their teachers be certified by the state.
Once you have a Standard Teaching Certificate, it is valid for six years. You must fulfill certain requirements to renew this certificate. These include completing 180 clock hours of professional development or 12 semester hours of education courses verified by transcript and by your school district.
Those pursuing traditional Arizona teacher certification must hold at least a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and complete an approved teacher preparation program. Both the bachelor's degree and teacher preparation program completed must be at a regionally accredited institution.
A teaching certificate is a professional educator's license to practice in the classroom. Teacher certification is typically valid for five years before renewal is required.
An Institutional Recommendation is an official form, typically completed by the Dean of the College of Education or the Certification Officer at the applicant's college or university, and serves as verification of the following: That the applicant has met all of the requirements for completion of his/her program.
Step 1: Earn a Bachelor's Degree. Before a student can apply for their substitute teaching certificate, they need to graduate from an approved, accredited bachelor's degree program. ... Step 2: Complete the Certification Application. ... Step 3: Get Fingerprinted. ... 10 Popular Schools. ... 10 Popular Schools.
Step 1: Earn a Bachelor's Degree. Before a student can apply for their substitute teaching certificate, they need to graduate from an approved, accredited bachelor's degree program. ... Step 2: Complete the Certification Application. ... Step 3: Get Fingerprinted. ... 10 Popular Schools. ... 10 Popular Schools.
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