Certification Guide for School Staff Assignments


Table of Contents    View

   
• TEACHER CERTIFICATION – FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS    View
 
   
• CERTIFICATE AREAS    View
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   • General Information 2
   • Oklahoma Teacher Licensure and Certification Procedures 3-A
   • Options for Non-Traditional Teacher Licensure and Certification Programs 3-B
   • Licensure and Certification Areas (Listed Alphabetically) 4-5
   
• EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION – FOUR-YEAR-OLDS AND YOUNGER TO GRADE 3    View
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   • Highly Qualified Requirements at a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001  7
   • Special Education Highly Qualified Requirements at a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001  8
   • Highly Qualified Teacher - Early Childhood Education/Elementary Education (Four-year-olds and younger to Grade 3)  9
   • OPTION E:  HOUSSE - Early Childhood (Grades PK-3) Education and Elementary Education (Grades 1-8) 10
   • Early Childhood Education – Four-year-olds and younger to Grade 3 11
   • Other Staff Assignments 12
   
• GRADES 4-8    View
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   • Highly Qualified Requirements At a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 14
   • Special Education Highly Qualified Requirements at a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 15
   • Highly Qualified Teacher – Elementary Education (Grades 4-8) 16
   • OPTION E:  HOUSSE - Middle Level (Grades 6, 7, and 8) and Secondary Level (Grades 9-12) 17
   
  Grades 4-5
18
   
  Grades 6-8 – Subject Specific
19
   • Agriculture 19
   • Business Education 19
   • Computer Education 19
   • Dance 19
   • English/Language Arts 20
   • Family and Consumer Sciences/Home Economics 20
   • Fine Arts and Music 21
   • Health and Physical Education 21
   • Humanities 21
   • Languages 22
   • Mathematics 23
   • Science 24
   • Social Studies 24
   • Technology Education/Industrial Arts 25
   • General Information 25
   • Other Staff Assignments 25
   
• SEVENTH AND EIGHTH-GRADE COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT    View
27
   
• HIGH SCHOOL – GRADES 9-12    View
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   • Highly Qualified Requirements At a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 29
   • Special Education Highly Qualified Requirements at a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 30
   • Highly Qualified Teacher – Secondary Education (Grades 9-12) 31
   • High School Career and Technology Education (Grades 9-12) – Highly Qualified Math and Science Teachers 32
   • High School Career and Technology Education – Any Course Given for High School Mathematics or Science Credit 33
   • OPTION E:  HOUSSE - Middle Level (Grades 6, 7, and 8) and Secondary Level (Grades 9-12) 34
   
  High School – Grades 9-12
35
   • Agriculture – General 35
   • Arts 35
   • Business Education 36
   • Computer Education 38
   • English/Language Arts 38
   • Family and Consumer Sciences/Home Economics 40
   • Health and Physical Education 40
   • Humanities 40
   • Languages 41
   • Mathematics 43
   • Music 45
   • Science 46
   • Social Studies 48
   • Technology Education/Industrial Arts 51
   • Other Secondary 51
   • Other Secondary – ROTC 52
   • Other Staff Assignment  52
   
  ACHIEVING CLASSROOM EXCELLENCE (ACE)    View
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  • Grades 7 - 8 Remediation 54
  • Grades 9 - 12 Remediation 54-55
   
• HIGH SCHOOL CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (GRADES 9-12)    View
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   • Highly Qualified Requirements At a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 57
   • Special Education Highly Qualified Requirements at a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 58
   • Highly Qualified Teacher – High School Career and Technology Education – Any Course Given for High School Mathematics or Science Credit 59
   • OPTION E: HOUSSE - Middle Level (Grades 6, 7, and 8) and Secondary Level (Grades 9-12) 60
   
• 8000 SERIES – CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
61
   
• 8100 – 8200 SERIES – AGRICULTURE EDUCATION
62
   
• 8300 SERIES – MARKETING EDUCATION
63
   
• 8400 SERIES – BUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
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    Finance Cluster
         Class Codes 8460-8467
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    Information Technology Cluster
         Class Codes 8480-8538
67
   
    Career and Technology Health Education
         Class Codes 8550-8597
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    Family and Consumer Sciences, Career and Technology/Occupational
         Class Codes 8600-8880 
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• 8900 SERIES – CLIENT-BASED PROGRAMS
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        Class Codes 8910-8990  
   
• 9000 SERIES – CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION/TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
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        Class Codes 9010-9030  
   
    Trade and Industrial Education
         Class Codes 9040-9990
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• SPECIAL EDUCATION – GRADES PK-12    View
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   • Highly Qualified Requirements At a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 85
   • Special Education Highly Qualified Requirements at a Glance – No Child Left Behind Act of 2001  86
   • Highly Qualified Special Education Teacher (Grades PK-12) 87
   • HOUSSE:  Special Education Teachers who are Providing Direct Instruction and are the Teacher of Record in a Core Subject Early Childhood Education (Grades PK-3) and Elementary Education (Grades 1-8) 88
   • HOUSSE:  Special Education Teachers who are Providing Direct Instruction in a Core Subject and are the Teacher of Record in a Core Subject Middle Level (Grades 6, 7, and 8) and Secondary Level (Grades 9-12) 89
   • Instructional Personnel Standards 90
   • American Sign Language 92
   • Requirements for Special Education Paraprofessionals 93
   • Listing Special Education Teacher Registry Training on Teaching Certificates 94
   • Developmental Delay 95
   
• APPENDIX    View
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   • Other Courses/Assignments 97
   • Administrative Assignments 99
   • Oklahoma Title I Paraprofessional 100
   • Substitute Teachers 101
   • Adjunct Teachers 103
   • Alternative Education Academies, Grant Programs and Schools, and Residential Treatment Facilities 104
   • Highly Qualified Teacher – Alternative Education (Grades 6-12) 105
   • Specialist Certification 106
   • How to Add Specialist Areas to Teaching Certificates 107
   • How to Add Subject Areas to Teaching Certificates 108
   • Traditional Administrator Certification Requirements 109
   • Alternative Administrator Certification Requirements 110
   • Definitions 111

 

Last updated on February 23, 2012