Typically, once a teacher is hired at a regional career and technical center, s/he enters this three-year program to complete the qualifications for a Vermont Level I Educator License. The teacher-candidate first obtains an apprenticeship license from the DoE, which requires at least a high school diploma and six years of experience in the trades or industry, or an associates degree and at at least four years of experience. The teacher-candidate takes education courses and receives support during the next three years from the Career and Technical Teacher Education Program.
Note: Enrollment in these courses requires the permission of the Program Director.
|EDU 2051 – Teaching Methods I ||3|
|EDU 2052 – Teaching Methods I (continued) ||3|
|EDU 2061 – Teaching Methods II ||3|
|EDU 2062 – Teaching Methods II (continued) ||3|
|TEC 1130 - Vocational Instruction for Students with Special Needs |
EDU 2802 – Externship I
|PSY 2110 – Educational Psychology ||3|
|TEC 1110 – Issues & Trends in Technical Education ||3|
|EDU 3550 - Technology in the Classroom ||1|
|EDU 2710 - Capstone |