The Educator Certification Process
The process to becoming a certified teacher through iteach is simple and streamlined. Our program is highly respected by districts and schools which allows our candidates to be hired quickly.
Leave Your Mark
Teachers have the ability to change the future. Our students of today will be the leaders of tomorrow. Becoming a teacher is a great way to change the lives of individuals and leave a personal mark on tomorrow.Apply Now!
Our Program Has Three Main Components
1. Certification Exams
A certification exam is a requirement for admission. You may take the exam in one of seven areas of certification we offer. When applying, you can simply upload your score with your application.
The coursework lays the foundation for successful teaching. You will learn about everything from child development to classroom management; this knowledge will give you an understanding of the most up-to-date practices and allow you to turn this insight into confident and efficient teaching.
3. Field Experience
You will qualify for field experience and gain access to the final instructional courses after you have completed the required hours of instruction. During the field experience, you work hands-on in your very own classroom and earn a teacher’s salary.
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- Joshua, TeacherSecond Career"I never knew I would learn so much ability the science and business of learning. All the courses together provided such a rich, new, exciting perspective on learning theories for students of all ages, intelligence levels, motivations, cultures and other classifications. I feel like I have such a broader understanding of where my students are coming from, what they are thinking and feeling, more than ever before."
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