Indiana Administrative Code
Title 511 - INDIANA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Article 10.1 - TEACHER TRAINING AND LICENSING
Rule 3 - Transition to Teaching Requirements on Approved Programs
Section 3-2 - Definitions

Universal Citation: 511 IN Admin Code 3-2

Current through December 27, 2023

Authority: IC 20-28-2-6; IC 20-28-4

Affected: IC 20-28-3; IC 20-28-4-4

Sec. 2.

(a) The definitions in this section apply throughout this rule.

(b) "Complete the program" means to be verified by a transition to teaching program as having successfully completed the preparation program.

(c) "Degree" means a degree from a four (4) year institution of higher education.

(d) "Elementary" means a school setting as set forth in IC 20-28-4-4(1)(B).

(e) "Eligible person" means a qualified person who meets the admission requirements of the transition to teaching program.

(f) "Enroll" means to do the following:

(1) Be admitted by a transition to teaching program.

(2) Register for at least one (1) course in the program.

(g) "Participant" means a person who is enrolled in the preparation program.

(h) "Professional experience" means the experience that occurred through full-time employment in an educational related field or in a field in which the person intends to be licensed.

(i) "Program" means the transition to teaching program under this rule.

(j) "Qualified person" means a person who holds the degree and any professional experience required for the intended license.

(k) "Secondary" means a school setting as set forth in IC 20-28-4-4(1)(A).

(l) "Transition to teaching program" means a program under IC 20-28-4 and established under this rule.

Filed 11/18/2014, 3:51 p.m.: 20141217-IR-511130399FRA

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