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Update on New Autism Spectrum Disorders Additional License Program:
Effective fall 2013, teachers who already hold a Special Education license may apply to enter Hamline's new Autism Spectrum Disorders additional license (approved by the Minnesota Board of Teaching in April 2013). The ASD Licensure Program is delivered totally online through Learning House. Special education teachers who successfully complete this 20-credit program will be eligible for the B-21 (birth to age 21) Minnesota ASD license upon applying to the Minnesota Department of Education for licensure. Coursework may be completed in one year (fall, spring, and summer), and the advanced practicum is an extra semester (fall or spring, depending on your schedule). If you do not hold a Special Education teaching license, you may apply and complete the 12-credit ASD certificate program (does not lead to the license). Already-licensed B-12 teachers without a Special Education license will be eligible to apply for Hamline's Core Skills for Teachers of Special Education License Program around fall 2014 (please check back for updates). Contact Mai Vang (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions; more information will be published shortly.
An additional license can provide new opportunities and options for teachers with a standard teaching license. Meet new challenges with new skills. Add range to your current license or add a specialty area. If you currently hold a teaching license and would like to add another, Hamline offers the following:
17 license options for teachers of:
Bilingual/bicultural education is a program of instruction in English and another language, in which the two languages are used as a means for instruction for any or all the regular school curriculum.
ESL teachers fill many roles, providing both language and academic support to their students. They are crucial in advocating for their students within the school system and in educating their colleagues about English language learners.
The licensed reading teacher will be authorized to teach reading skills, strategies, and comprehension to kindergarten through grade 12 students.
Minnesota requires teachers with an out-of-state teaching license to take a course addressing standards in literacy instruction to gain their full Minnesota licensure. Hamline University now offers an accredited course for both elementary and secondary teachers that has been approved by the state to meet this purpose.
Additional Licensure Advisor (including ESL additional licensure)Mai Vang, email@example.com
K-12 Reading Licensure AdvisorJulie Doyle, firstname.lastname@example.org
K-12 World Languages: FrenchK-12: Physical Education
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