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Report
Provided by the OCM BOCES Regional Certification Office
December, 2012
Effective as of September 1, 2011,
applicants will no longer be able to
apply for the following certificates:
Students with Disabilities Grades 5-9:
Generalist
Biology
Chemistry
Earth Science
English Language Arts
LOTE
Mathematics
Physics
Social Studies
Effective as of September 1, 2011,
applicants will no longer be able to
apply for the following certificates:
Students with Disabilities Grades 7-12:
Biology
Chemistry
Earth Science
English Language Arts
LOTE
Mathematics
Physics
Social Studies
Individuals enrolled in approved
programs leading to certificates prior to
September 1, 2011 will be allowed to
complete their programs and apply for
those certificates.
All requirements for those titles must be
completed by September 1, 2014
PRIOR TO 9/1/2011
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Students with Disabilities
Grades 5-9 Generalist
Students with Disabilities
Grades 5-9 Subject Titles
Students with Disabilities
Grades 7-12 Subject
Titles
CURRENT
Students with Disabilities
Grades 7-12 Generalist
Requirements:
Education: Bachelors Degree with Minimum 2.50 Undergraduate GPA
General Core in Liberal Arts and Sciences – 30 S.H. and the required
English Language Arts – 6 S.H., Concepts in Historical and Social Sciences – 6 S.H., Scientific
Processes – 6 S.H., Mathematical Processes – 6 S.H.
Pedagogical Core – 21 S.H.
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College Coursework at Student Developmental Level-Adolescent Grades 7-12 – 6 S.H.
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College Coursework – Human Development and Learning
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College Coursework – Teaching Students with Disabilities and Special Health Care Needs
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College Coursework – Teaching Literacy Skills Methods – 3 S.H.
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College Coursework – Teaching Literacy Skills – 3 S.H.
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College Coursework – Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
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College Coursework – Foundations of Education
Additional Pedagogy – Students with Disabilities – 12 S.H.
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College Coursework – Foundations of Special Education-Students with Disabilities
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College Coursework – Assessment , Diagnosis, and Evaluation of Students with Disabilities
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College Coursework – Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Disabilities
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College Coursework – Managing the Environment for Students with Disabilities
Student Teaching – Students with Disabilities –Grades 7-12 Generalist – 40 days
New York State Teacher Certification Exams
Workshops – Child Abuse Identification, School Violence Intervention and Prevention, and
Autism
Fingerprint Clearance
Search Certification Requirements on NYSED website for complete list of specific requirements
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Resource Room Teacher
Consultant Teacher
Integrated Co-Teaching Services
Classes where students receive “alternative
assessments”
The Additional Requirements for a
Students w/Disabilities
ADL 7-12 Generalist:
Hold a Valid NYS Teaching Certificate
College Coursework – English Language Arts – 6 S.H.
College Coursework – Concepts in Historical and Social Sciences – 6 S.H.
College Coursework – Scientific Processes – 6 S.H.
College Coursework – Mathematical Processes – 6 S.H.
Pedagogical Core
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College Coursework at Student Developmental Level Adolescent Grades 7-12 –
6 S.H.
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College Coursework – Teaching Literacy Skills Methods – 3 S.H.
Additional Pedagogy – Students with Disabilities – 12 S.H.
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College Coursework – Foundations of Special Education – Students with
Disabilities
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College Coursework – Assessment, Diagnosis, and Evaluation of Students with
Disabilities
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College Coursework – Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Disabilities
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College Coursework – Managing the Environment for Students with Disabilities
New York State Teacher Certification Exams: Content Specialty Test – Students
with Disabilities & Content Specialty Test – Multi Subject 7-12
Workshops – Child Abuse Identification, School Violence Intervention and
Prevention, and Autism
Fingerprint Clearance
Teacher Holds a
Valid:
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Students with
Disabilities BirthGrade 2
Students with
Disabilities
Grades 1-6
Teacher Needs to
Complete:
•6 s.h. college coursework at the Student
Developmental LevelAdolescent Grades 7-12
• Content Specialty Test –
Multi-Subject 7-12
• Workshop - Autism
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Students with
Disabilities
Grades 5-9
The Teacher will need a Students with
Disabilities Grades 7-12 Generalist
subject matter extension to be a
Special Class Teacher in the subject
of the extension:
Biology – Chemistry – Earth Science – Physics –
Mathematics & Social Studies
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Valid Base NYSED Students w/Disabilities ADL 7-12
Generalist Certification
Core Content 18 S.H.
Content Specialty Test (Subject Matter)
Workshops: Child Abuse Recognition, Violence
Prevention, Autism
Fingerprint Clearance
In order to work in a single
subject classroom, the teacher
must possess a certificate in
the subject matter. Subject
Extension certificates can not
be used to satisfy this
requirement.
NEW 2014 -2015
CURRENT
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ATS-W
Assessment of Teaching
Skills - Written
(PROJECTED DATE)
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LAST
Liberal Arts and Sciences
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CST
Content Specialty Test
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edTPA – Teacher
Performance Assessment
EAS – Educating all
Students
ALST – Academic Literacy
Skills
CST – Revised Content
Specialty Test 2014-2015
What is the edTPA?
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Preservice assessment process
Review of a teacher candidate's authentic
teaching materials
A teaching and learning process that
documents and demonstrates a candidate’s
effective teaching ability
What certificate titles will be required to participate in
the edTPA?
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Early Childhood
Elementary Literacy
Elementary Mathematics
Middle Childhood (English Language Arts,
Mathematics, History/Social Studies, and Science)
Performing Arts (Music, Dance, Theater)
Physical Education
Secondary English Language Arts
Secondary Mathematics
Secondary History/Social Studies
Secondary Science, World Language
Special Education (Inclusive Settings)
Visual Arts
What is the EAS?
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Selected-response items = 70% of the total test
score
Constructed-response items = 30% of the total
test score
The total test score, as indicated on the following
table.
Competency
Selected
Response
Constructed
Response
Approx. # of
Items
Approx. % of
Test Score
# of Items
Approx. % of
Test Score
Diverse Student
Populations
10
17%
1
10%
English Language
Learners
10
17%
1
10%
SWD and Other
Learning Needs
10
17%
1
10%
Teacher
Responsibilities
5
9%
School-Home
Relationships
5
9%
40
70%
3
30%
Total
What is the ALST?
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Selected-response items
Constructed-response items
Extended writing assignment
Extended reading assignment
The total test score, as indicated on the following
table.
Competency
SelectedResponse
Approximate
# of Items
Reading
40
ConstructedResponse
Approximate
% of Test
Score
2 focused
response
1 extended
response
40
Approximate
% of Test
Score
40%
Writing
Total
# of Items
40%
3
60%
60%
What is the Content Specialty Test?
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The test is in specific subjects
Consists of multiple-choice questions
A written assignment.
To assess knowledge and skills in the subject
in the certificate sought.
GROUP 1
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English Language Arts
Health Education
Library Media Specialist
Literacy
Mathematics
Multi-Subject
Physical Education
Students with
Disabilities
Tests projected
availability date:
Spring 2012
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1 Exam for each Level:
CST Multi-Subject Early Childhood Education
Birth-Grade 2
CST Multi-Subject Childhood Education
Grades 1-6
CST Multi-Subject Middle Childhood
Education Grades 5-9
CST Multi-Subject Adolescent Generalist
Grade 7-12
Group 2
Agriculture
• Business and Marketing
• Deaf and Hard of
Hearing
• Educational Technology
Specialist
• Family and Consumer
Sciences
• Gifted Education
• Technology Education
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Tests Projected
Availability date:
Fall 2014
Group 3
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American Sign Language
Biology
Blind and Visually Impaired
Cantonese
Chemistry
Dance
Earth Science
English to Speakers of Other
Languages
French
German
Greek
Hebrew
Italian
Japanese
Latin
Mandarin
Music
Physics
Russian
Social Studies
Spanish
Theatre
Visual Arts
Tests projected
availability date:
Fall 2015
If applying for certification on or after
May 1, 2014, the new exams will need
to be taken.
The new exams projected availability
dates are between Spring 2014 and
Fall 2015
CURRENT
School Building Leader
Assessment (SBL)
NEW
Revised School Building
Leader Assessment (SBL)
Educating all Students
(EAS)

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