Online Transfer-Friendly Education Degrees Help You Achieve Your Goal
Empower your students by maximizing their learning as an Ohio special education teacher in grades K-12.
You’ll be paired with an experienced cooperating teacher, observe their teaching methods and provide your assistance when requested. Throughout your time as a student, you’ll be placed in diverse school environments (rural, suburban and urban) for opportunities to enrich your experiences and build your professional network.
Foundational knowledge necessary for the assessments required to qualify for an Ohio Resident Educator License are woven throughout your coursework. Intervention Specialist students will also be equipped to excel on the OAE Foundations of Reading assessments. All students must pass the Ohio Assessment for Educators (OAE) content assessments before student teaching and students are encouraged to take the OAE pedagogy test during the student teaching experience to ensure they are living the pedagogical experience.
Whether you’ve earned an associate degree in education or in a teaching content area, Franklin’s transfer-friendly educator preparation programs provide a flexible and affordable path to a high-quality degree. In addition to maximized transfer and our low per credit hour tuition rate, Franklin also provides free books and eliminates fees for field placements and student teaching that are common at other universities.
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CAEP Accountibility Measures
The CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation) Accountability Measures are used to provide information to the public on both program outcome and program impact, those measures with supporting documentation are provided at this link.