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Certificate Area Teaching Fellows Common Branch 761 English 279 Social Studies 169 Music 16 Special Education 588 Bilingual Special Education 34 Bilingual Common Branch 97 Bilingual – Other 10 Spanish 33 ESL 58 Math 427 All Sciences 123 • The NYCDOE has committed to sending rosters and candidate transcripts to the colleges and universities prior to the beginning of the summer component of the program. This will allow colleges to assess the candidates for college admission and to tailor programs to meet candidate needs. • In order to provide additional instructional support to candidates taking the to satisfy the requirement for a Transitional B certificate, NYCDOE is asking Teaching Fellows to take the exams during the spring administration. If the exams are not passed at this administration, they will be retaken during the July administration. This will provide the Teaching Fellows with an opportunity to experience the test early on to assist in their academic preparation for the July administration, if necessary. It is anticipated that a higher percentage of Teaching Fellows will be available for September placement using this approach. The State Education Department is working with the National Evaluation Systems (NES) and the New York City Department of Education to offer more frequent administrations of the New York State Teacher Certification Examinations to meet the needs of the New York City teacher recruitment efforts.
The NYCDOE will be providing the colleges with the new literacy and math curricula so that instruction in these two curriculum areas can be more focused. Beginning with the 2003-04 cohort, each NYC Teaching Fellow will be required to provide $4,000 over a two-year period to support their master’s degree programs. This is consistent with the approach that has been taken upstate to spread the cost of the program among the colleges, the school district and the participants.
Under the recent reorganization of the NYCDOE, the responsibility for the employment of mentors rests with the 10 regional superintendents. The NYCDOE sent an extensive guidance memo to the superintendents identifying the requirements for the selection of mentors and has encouraged all superintendents to ensure that mentors have been appointed by the end of this school year. The NYCDOE is encouraging a flexible time model – avoiding the pullout of mentors from their class assignments. They are also encouraging the use of full-time mentors and retirees serving as mentors. All Teaching Fellows are now required to conduct 'structured observations' prior to beginning the introductory component of the program. Fellows are provided with guidelines on what to look for, along with written exercises to complete.
VESID Intensive Teacher Institute (ITI) Programs Since 1995, VESID has provided funding to prepare bilingual education and bilingual special education teachers across New York State through the Intensive Teacher Institute (ITI) Program. VESID funds programs using BOCES staff as program managers and colleges as program providers. The funds provide tuition assistance to colleges for qualified applicants and, in some cases, provide additional support for faculty at colleges. Since the program began, candidates in ITI programs have taken coursework through the colleges and have taught under temporary licenses. However, beginning in September 2003, ITI programs will have to be registered by colleges as teacher education programs leading to alternative teacher certification.