The information on Performance Based Assessment supplements additional

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The information on Performance-Based Assessment supplements additional information University-Wide Teacher Education Program
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100 T E already present in the catalog, found under University-Wide Teacher Education and with infor- mation for each individual teacher education pro- gram. The Council for Teacher Education reserves the right to modify performance assessment indica- tors in response to state and national accreditation mandates. Candidates should consult their program advisors for specific requirements and updates on state or national mandates. Details regarding the performance-based assessment system are available at the teacher education Web site. Program Requirements This section of the Undergraduate Catalog provides information needed by students in Teacher Education programs. Students seeking further information or clarification of information presented here should contact the Office of Clinical Experiences and Certification Processes (CECP), located in the Teacher Education Center in DeGarmo Hall. Information pertaining to requirements for admission and retention in Teacher Education and matters related to certifica- tion in Illinois State University graduate programs is provided by the CECP Office. Matters related to certification at the undergraduate level are pro- vided by the Evaluations Office. For additional information on Teacher Education at Illinois State University, see requirements in this catalog. Each student who completes a bachelor’s degree program in an approved Teacher Education program, and who is recommended for certification by the Dean of the College of Education as having completed all requirements (General Education, Professional Education, and field of study or area of specialization) is recommended for a teaching certificate in the State of Illinois. When a student has completed all of the requirements for a degree, including a recommendation from the Dean of the College of Education, the Evaluations Office at Illinois State University will send to the student the documentation necessary to apply for the appropri- ate Illinois Teaching Certificate. In order to satisfy Illinois certification requirements, all candidates must pass a test of basic skills (reading, writing, language arts, and mathematics), a subject matter knowledge test, and an assessment of professional teaching test all administered by the Illinois State Board of Education. Students who have already completed one or more non-teaching degrees and now seek admis- sion to a teacher education program are advised to seek admission to the University as a candidate for a second bachelor’s degree, certification only. Subsequent transcript analysis may determine that a second degree is not required. In this instance, the student who received a degree from a state Teacher Education approved institution will be allowed to complete the requirements for certification without completing the requirements of the second bache- lor’s degree. Students are advised that the Teacher
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  • Fall '15
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