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Philadelphia Teacher Residency Program Online Information Session
Start Date: 8/2/2018Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Date: 8/2/2018End Time: 7:00 PM

Event Description
Here is your chance to learn more about Drexel's innovative teacher preparation program, the Philadelphia Teacher Residency. The program is open to those who are interested in teaching middle grades or secondary (high school) mathematics or science.
At the online information session, Drexel University School of Education staff and faculty will go over the structure of the program, the time commitment, how mentoring works, and the 12-month plan of study.
To access the online information session, please visit https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/9bb4fe762c6f423fa4c810ca7a80060f.
Please plan to arrive at the information session 15-30 minutes early to make sure your camera and microphone are working properly. The session is best viewed through Google Chrome or Firefox to access Blackboard Collaborate. 
We look forward to meeting you!

About the Philadelphia Teacher Residency Program

The Philadelphia Teacher Residency teacher certification program is a 12-month mentorship program to prepare you to teach middle grades or secondary (high school) mathematics or science. The program consists of a 12-month blended learning program where students complete a combination of in-person and online classes that are required by the state for PA Instructional 1 teacher certification, while working in a Philadelphia classroom. Drexel works closely with mentor teachers to ensure they are providing a high-quality learning experience for students.

Students admitted to the fall cohort will receive a generous tuition scholarship that covers nearly their entire tuition. The remaining costs for the program is approximately $2,100 ($175 a month) for which financial aid is available. Students will also receive a $15,000 living stipend.

To apply to the on-campus PTR program please apply through the Graduate Admissions office at http://www.drexel.edu/grad/programs/edu/philadelphia-teacher-residency/ (Please indicate in your essay that you are interested in the Philadelphia Teaching Residency program and send all official application documentation directly to Drexel’s Graduate Admissions Office.)

Application requirements

  • Completed application
  • Well-written essay
  • Current Resume
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Passing Praxis II scores (Drexel’s code is 2194)
  • Official transcripts from all colleges attended
  • Participate in a PTR selection interview

If you are accepted for the Philadelphia Teacher Residency teacher certification program, you will be required to submit (to the School of Education’s Field Placement Office) copies of the following clearances, FBI, PA Criminal History, PA Child Abuse, and the Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse Training Certificate. You can learn more about required clearances at the School of Education’s Field Placement Office.

For more information, please contact Larry Keiser at keiserlj@drexel.edu or 215-895-1276 to complete the intake review and pre-screen phone appointment.

Contact Information:
Name: Anthony Hopkins
Phone: 215-895-0900
Email: ajh357@drexel.edu
Drexel University School of Education
This event will be held exclusively online. Please register at the link provided to receive an email reminder and log in information.
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