The Commonwealth Special Education Endorsement Programs: Alternative Lic

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CSEEP: Award Winning Programs!. 2. Meet the Grant Directors. Dr. Stephen Tonelson, Program DirectorDr. Robert Gable, Program Co-DirectorDr. Jane Hager, Program Co-DirectorDr. Cheryl Baker, Program Co-Director. 3. . . Meet the Grant Staff. Ann Maydosz, Program Coordinator Linda McNeil, Educational SpecialistTracy Murray, Applications CoordinatorJackie Royster, Grant Administrator.

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The Commonwealth Special Education Endorsement Programs: Alternative Licensure Through Distance Education Orientation (53 slides) Funded by the Virginia Department of Education

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CSEEP: Award Winning Programs!

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Meet the Grant Directors Dr. Stephen Tonelson, Program Director Dr. Robert Gable, Program Co-Director Dr. Jane Hager, Program Co-Director Dr. Cheryl Baker, Program Co-Director

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Meet the Grant Staff Ann Maydosz, Program Coordinator Linda McNeil, Educational Specialist Tracy Murray, Applications Coordinator Jackie Royster, Grant Administrator

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Historical Perspectives

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Important Program Change Beginning with the Summer 2009 semester, the CSEEP/PPET concede will acknowledge applications from qualified work force in just the Virginia Superintendent's Study Regions 1, 2, 3, & 8. For point by point data on the Superintendent's Study Regions, visit the TTAC Online site at: coordinate any extra inquiries concerning this change to the CSEEP allow office: Telephone: Hampton Roads region: (757) 683-5372 Others: 1-800-968-2638 expansion 5372 Email:

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Commonwealth Special Education Endorsement Programs The Commonwealth Special Education Endorsement Program (CSEEP) for restrictively/temporarily authorized exceptional educators*. The Paraprofessional Preparation for Extraordinary Teaching (PPET) program for non-authorized school division personnel*. The Virginia Consortium for Preparation in Vision Impairment**. *For a full depiction of the prerequisites for section into CSEEP & PPET, see our site: **For a full portrayal of the Virginia Consortium for Preparation in Vision Impairment see:

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Program Goal 1: Utilize Technology Utilize satellite, TV, intelligent innovation, the Internet, and other electronic correspondence to give excellent specialized curriculum courses to recognized people all through the Commonwealth of Virginia .

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Program Goal 2: Collaboration Establish a synergistic relationship among the Commonwealth's educational systems, the Virginia Department of Education, and Old Dominion University to encourage full licensure for a specialized curriculum instructors with contingent/temporary licensure and qualifying non-authorized school work force.

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Program Goal 3: Curriculum Integrate content information, innovation guidelines, instructional systems, and the Virginia Standards of Learning all through the course work, utilizing proof based practices .

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Program Goal 4: Evaluation Evaluate all segments of the venture including educational programs configuration, course content, instructor use of information and abilities, and general achievement in giving full underwriting to a custom curriculum educators in Virginia .

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Program Goal 5: Student Outcomes Assess P-12 understudy scholarly and non-scholastic change after some time .

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Program Goal 6: Teacher Retention Assess instructor maintenance of concede members.

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Grant Statistics: Public/Private* Division Representation Over 71% of Virginia's government funded school divisions and 31 private schools* have taken an interest in the Commonwealth Special Education Endorsement Programs. * As of December 2005, the CSEEP projects can no longer stretch out educational cost help to instructors and other work force utilized in nonpublic (private) schools and offices.

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Term of Grant Award Funding is granted on a yearly premise. Extra years of concede financed educational cost support will be dependent upon Virginia Department of Education allow grants.

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ODU Student Responsibilities You should have as of now been admitted to ODU. This is a different procedure from applying to the CSEEP programs and will empower you to enroll for classes. As an ODU understudy, you are in charge of enlisting effectively and on time and dropping classes before the drop/include due date, if vital.

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ODU Student Responsibilities You are in charge of your scholarly execution. Any cooperation about your scholarly execution must happen amongst you and your teacher. You are in charge of dealing with your understudy money related and enrollment records through LeoOnline. You are in charge of actuating your ODU understudy email account and much of the time checking your email.

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ODU's GPA Requirements All graduate understudies (CSEEP members included) must keep up a 3.00 review direct normal toward stay qualified to enlist for classes at ODU. In spite of the fact that the concede acknowledges a B-, all B-grades must be counterbalanced with B+ or An evaluations to meet graduate GPA necessities at ODU.

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Frequently Asked Questions About the CSEEP Grants

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How Much Do I Pay? For each affirmed class that you take, pay your segment of tuition* into your understudy account before the educational cost due date. Try not to sit tight for a bill from ODU. It would be ideal if you likewise pay any extra charges incorporated into your understudy account. Check your record to decide your expenses—they change by area. * Tuition charges depend on Virginia Department of Education financing and ODU's educational cost rates. You will be educated of your bit of educational cost in your course endorsement letter .

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When Will the Grant Pay Its Portion of My Tuition? The give assets are stored into the understudy accounts well after the educational cost due date—some of the time as much as a month and a half later. This permits us to give the Finance Office an extensive rundown. You won't be in charge generally expenses on the off chance that you have paid your bit and finished all required CSEEP shapes by the assigned due date. On the off chance that you get a bill for educational cost after the 6 week time span, yet have paid your segment and finished all structures by the assigned due dates, contact the allow office.

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How Will I Know Which Courses to Take? You will get 2 course endorsement letters every scholarly year. One will list endorsed courses for the spring semester and the other will list affirmed courses for the late spring and fall semesters. These letters will be sent to your home and will land before the pre-enrollment date.

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I Have a Conditional/Provisional License. What Type of Courses Will the Grant Fund? Keep in mind that the concede can just store classes fundamental for the supports expressed on your permit. For instance, if your permit states just learning handicaps, we can neither support nor subsidize classes for mental hindrance, passionate unsettling influence or some other inability.

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I Don't Have a Conditional/Provisional License Yet. What Type of Classes Will the Grant Fund? For those understudies in the PPET program, the allow will subsidize just ODU classes vital for the Special Education—General Curriculum K-12 support. For those understudies in the VI Consortium, the allow will subsidize just ODU classes important for the Visual Impairment underwriting.

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What Type of Classes are Not Eligible for Funding? In the event that you have gotten credit for a program competency with past course work, the allow won't support extra classes that meet a similar competency. The give can't subsidize classes required just for the bosses degree. Likewise, the concede can't subsidize classes taken at another college.

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How Many Courses May I Take Each Year? The give will support 3 courses for every honor term (commonly 3 semesters) and may endorse more in specific cases. You may, obviously, bring extra courses with subsidizing from another source.

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I Have a Conditional/Provisional License. What Happens in the event that I Can't Finish My Course Work Before My License Expires? As of September, 2005, the Virginia Department of Education has expressed that there will be no expansions to contingent/temporary licenses. You should finish all necessities before the lapse date of your permit.

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I Want (or Need) to Take a Class at Another University If you have to take a class at another college, you should have the concede office affirm ahead of time that the class meets your licensure prerequisites. As your authority licensure program, we will likewise require a transcript toward the fruition of the class. The give can't finance classes at different colleges.

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How Do I Contact CSEEP? Email: Phone: (757) 683-5372 or toll free: (800) 968-2638 augmentation 5372 Fax: (757) 683-4129

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How Do I Get to the CSEEP Website? What's there? Pre/Post Task Rating structure Employer Verification (qualification check) frame Participant application structures and substantially more…

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How Do I Maintain my Grant Eligibility?* *Your proceeded with interest in the CSEEP awards is dependent upon the accessibility of assets and your satisfaction of the obligations as sketched out in the manual, the site, the appreciated parcel, and this introduction.

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Read the Administrative Manual . Accessible on the site at: ( - > tap on Administrative Manual)

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Keep Your Grant-Funded Course Grades at B-or Above What happens on the off chance that I make a review underneath B-? Your document is moved to latent. No further give financing will be given by the allow program to any after session or semester until the course has been effectively retaken to your detriment. You should advise the allow office when the course has been retaken effectively.

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Inform The Grant Office If You Drop a Course Let the concede office know whether you drop an allow subsidized course anytime amid the semester. You might be in charge of the cost of educational cost. In the event that a class is dropped after the drop/include due date, the member must record an educational cost advance. In the event that the interest is denied, the member must pay the whole sum.

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Inform the Grant Office of Any Changes in Your Status Let us know about any progressions to your