Chapter 2 Developing as a Professional

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Chapter 2: Developing as a Professional Licensure: process by which a state evaluates the credentials of prospective teachers Alternative licensure: a person seeking alternative licensure must hold a bachelor’s degree in the content area to be taught, such as math or English; pass a licensure test; complete a brief, intensive teacher training experience; and complete a supervised teaching internship. Resume: document that provides an overview of an individual’s job qualifications and work experience. It typically is the first thing a prospective employer sees and should make a clear and persuasive statement about your qualifications. Effective Resume Personal Data Professional Objectives Education Teaching experience Work Experience Extracurricular Activities Honors and Awards References Credentials File: A collection of important documents teachers submit when they apply for teaching positions. It typically includes background information about you, your resume, type of position sought, courses taken, performance evaluations by your internship-cooperating teacher and college or university supervisor, and letters of
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