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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • Login
    Resend activation e mail Log me on automatically each visit Hide my online status this session Register In order to login you must be registered Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies Please ensure you read any forum rules

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Using this forum
    of position I want in Alaska and hope someone sees it There is a lot of information out there and much of it is confusing I know what I want and I know I could contact all the districts but am wondering if posting something here would be a more effective use of time and energy Thanks lardas Posts 6 Joined Sun Nov 08 2015 3 08 am Location Kuwait Top Re Using this forum by Johncn Mon Nov 16 2015 9 20 am lardas wrote is it possible for me to describe the kind of position I want in Alaska and hope someone sees it There is a lot of information out there and much of it is confusing I know what I want and I know I could contact all the districts but am wondering if posting something here would be a more effective use of time and energy Hello Are there school administrators and recruiters who visit this forum to read candidate posts Yes Do they sometimes reach out to candidates Yes Is that a sound strategy for a job search Probably not I would encourage you to post here but rely on the ATP Applitrack system

    Original URL path: http://www.alaskateacher.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1298&p=2157 (2016-02-09)
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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Moving from Kuwait
    like a learning coach position as I am really tired of the classroom However I would keep the classroom if it meant being able to use a kayak and hike on a regular basis Any suggestions would be most welcome lardas Posts 6 Joined Sun Nov 08 2015 3 08 am Location Kuwait Top Re Moving from Kuwait by Johncn Sun Nov 08 2015 7 06 am Hi Welcome to the ATP Forum Anywhere in Southeast has access to kayaking and hiking The key is going to be finding the kind of classroom environment you want regular schools like anywhere else Juneau Sitka traditionally organized schools on a small scale hub cities larger towns or multigrade classrooms logging camps remote schools Annette Island is beautiful has strong Tsimshian traditional folkways and is the only Indian reservation community in Alaska Although I am not sure exactly what a nontraditional special education teacher is looking for they do have three schools Not sure how their SpEd staff is divided up but for perspective the high school there has about 86 or so kids in grades 9 12 and so by finding out the number of other teachers on staff you ll get an idea of how they probably organize for instruction It s too large to be a multigrade setup though I m guessing it s more traditional and uses distinct grade levels And although I m sure they have a continuum of services in place I have no clue on whether they do primarily pull out resource room service delivery or push in co teaching and supported inclusive instruction and so on The only way to know would be to talk to the district or the principal You can research the approximate size of Alaska schools by district or town and

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Moving from Kuwait
    like a learning coach position as I am really tired of the classroom However I would keep the classroom if it meant being able to use a kayak and hike on a regular basis Any suggestions would be most welcome lardas Posts 6 Joined Sun Nov 08 2015 3 08 am Location Kuwait Top Re Moving from Kuwait by Johncn Sun Nov 08 2015 7 06 am Hi Welcome to the ATP Forum Anywhere in Southeast has access to kayaking and hiking The key is going to be finding the kind of classroom environment you want regular schools like anywhere else Juneau Sitka traditionally organized schools on a small scale hub cities larger towns or multigrade classrooms logging camps remote schools Annette Island is beautiful has strong Tsimshian traditional folkways and is the only Indian reservation community in Alaska Although I am not sure exactly what a nontraditional special education teacher is looking for they do have three schools Not sure how their SpEd staff is divided up but for perspective the high school there has about 86 or so kids in grades 9 12 and so by finding out the number of other teachers on staff you ll get an idea of how they probably organize for instruction It s too large to be a multigrade setup though I m guessing it s more traditional and uses distinct grade levels And although I m sure they have a continuum of services in place I have no clue on whether they do primarily pull out resource room service delivery or push in co teaching and supported inclusive instruction and so on The only way to know would be to talk to the district or the principal You can research the approximate size of Alaska schools by district or town and

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Demand for Social Studies Teachers in Alaska.
    from the Lower 48 a large number of current and former school district HR and school administrators subscribe Moderators Johncn Damon Hargraves Betty Walters Toni McFadden Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Demand for Social Studies Teachers in Alaska by Tufgie Tue Nov 03 2015 6 13 pm Which endorsements are more and less in demand for teaching in Alaska I am pursuing a teacher certification to teach secondary education Social Studies Police Science Government I don t see many openings for Middle High School Social Studies teachers in Alaska Are SS teachers rarely required in comparison to other subjects Tufgie Posts 4 Joined Wed Oct 28 2015 8 03 am Top Re Demand for Social Studies Teachers in Alaska by Bushteachers Tue Nov 03 2015 10 39 pm I don t think social studies teachers are in demand anywhere which is why I changed my major a loooong time ago Get your degree in what it is in but take as many praxis tests as you can Do English language arts Math Science You will get a job by making yourself HQ in other content areas Bushteachers Posts 95 Joined Fri May 08 2015 12 36

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • Login
    Resend activation e mail Log me on automatically each visit Hide my online status this session Register In order to login you must be registered Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies Please ensure you read any forum rules

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - Demand for Social Studies Teachers in Alaska.
    from the Lower 48 a large number of current and former school district HR and school administrators subscribe Moderators Johncn Damon Hargraves Betty Walters Toni McFadden Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Demand for Social Studies Teachers in Alaska by Tufgie Tue Nov 03 2015 6 13 pm Which endorsements are more and less in demand for teaching in Alaska I am pursuing a teacher certification to teach secondary education Social Studies Police Science Government I don t see many openings for Middle High School Social Studies teachers in Alaska Are SS teachers rarely required in comparison to other subjects Tufgie Posts 4 Joined Wed Oct 28 2015 8 03 am Top Re Demand for Social Studies Teachers in Alaska by Bushteachers Tue Nov 03 2015 10 39 pm I don t think social studies teachers are in demand anywhere which is why I changed my major a loooong time ago Get your degree in what it is in but take as many praxis tests as you can Do English language arts Math Science You will get a job by making yourself HQ in other content areas Bushteachers Posts 95 Joined Fri May 08 2015 12 36

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  • Alaska Teacher Placement Forums • View topic - College Course Requirement
    to a professional certificate Or do I just submit the transcripts Thank you abstir6 Posts 7 Joined Tue Apr 14 2015 8 23 am Top Re College Course Requirement by Johncn Thu May 07 2015 7 26 am Hi It s great that you are thinking ahead However as others have posted on this topic it s generally better to wait until you are an Alaska resident to take the classes You do NOT need to have those courses before getting certified You have a couple years to do them the tuition is far cheaper as an Alaska resident with the various organizations that offer them and your co workers are likely to have the books from when they took the class If you do want to take them EED puts out a revised list of the officially approved courses each year The lists have the contact information and source of each class DEED List of Approved Multicutural Courses https www eed state ak us TeacherCert ourses pdf DEED List of Approved Alaska Studies Courses http www eed state ak us teachercerti ourses pdf Hope this helps John Johncn Posts 165 Joined Sun Feb 09 2014 11 05 am Top Re College Course Requirement by abstir6 Thu May 07 2015 8 32 am Okay thanks I did read a lot of people suggested waiting I just felt I have the free time to get them done now But if the cost is a significant difference I will wait Thank you abstir6 Posts 7 Joined Tue Apr 14 2015 8 23 am Top Re College Course Requirement by cyclone67 Fri May 08 2015 5 51 am There is another advantage to waiting also When you are ready to apply for your professional license when the initial runs out they count for the required 6 hours of continued education cyclone67 Posts 24 Joined Wed Apr 16 2014 5 56 pm Top Re College Course Requirement by Bushteachers Sat Oct 17 2015 3 01 pm cyclone67 wrote There is another advantage to waiting also When you are ready to apply for your professional license when the initial runs out they count for the required 6 hours of continued education That depends on the district I believe Or is that only for the credit step increase Bushteachers Posts 95 Joined Fri May 08 2015 12 36 pm Top Re College Course Requirement by cyclone67 Sat Oct 17 2015 7 05 pm Bushteachers wrote cyclone67 wrote There is another advantage to waiting also When you are ready to apply for your professional license when the initial runs out they count for the required 6 hours of continued education That depends on the district I believe Or is that only for the credit step increase That is Alaska wide check the EED website I got my professional license this summer and I used those 6 credits for my required continuing education credits to get the license cyclone67 Posts 24 Joined Wed Apr 16 2014 5 56

    Original URL path: http://www.alaskateacher.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1145 (2016-02-09)
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