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High Performing ESC 5 Year High Performing ESC 2020

Resident Educator Program

RE/RESA Candidates Program

Ohio’s new teachers must successfully complete a four-year residency program and receive a passing score on a performance-based assessment in order to earn a professional license to practice. The Gallia-Vinton ESC is the coordinator of the Resident Educator Program for its member school districts.

The Gallia-Vinton ESC is dedicated to making the Resident Educator Program a success. The Ohio Resident Educator Program began in 2011 and has evolved to a comprehensive, multi-year induction program to create more successful teachers. Successful completion of the program and the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA) results in professional licensure. The four-year program offers support and instructional guidance to new teachers as well as mentors and facilitators. It enables mentors and other colleagues to guide and support Resident Educators over time and move them more deeply into the process of being an effective teacher. The residency provides resident educators with formal and informal professional development opportunities provided by the ESC.

Years 1 & 2: These are referred to as the mentoring years. Years 1 & 2 focus on Mentoring. The ESC provides the mentors a specialized training and both the Resident Educator and Mentor with an orientation of the year’s requirements.

Year 3: Requirement is the completion of the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA). RESA is supported with professional development workshops provided by the ESC with an open line of communication for questions and support.  RESA can be completed in Year 2 of the program. 

Year 4: Resident Educators who have successfully passed the RESA in the Years 2 or 3 require an additional year or years in the Exploring Leadership Year activities.  As determined locally, Resident Educators who require more than one year to successfully pass the RESA may not need to participate in the activities of the Exploring Leadership year to complete the four years of the program.

*There can be exceptions in the progression of the program.


Professional Development Coordinator: Julie Haines
Professional Development Support:  Katie Kilgour
Technical Support: Laurel Marion and Mark Carlisle



2021-2022  RE/RESA Candidates presently working with the ESC are listed below:
 
            Year 1 - 37
            Year 2 - 20
            Year 3 - 21
            Year 4 - 18

              Total -  96

           RESA Candidates in Years 2 and 3 - 31

2021-22 Resident Educator Teacher Information Form:

Important Dates:

October
18th    RESA Guidebook Discussion 2 (Google Meet, 7:00 am or 3:30 pm)
28th    RESA Candidate’s last day to withdraw decision to complete RESA this year (Program Coordinators will enter RESA candidates into CORE by Nov. 10)

November
1st      RESA REs and Facilitators at the ESC
10th    Year 2 Professional Development: Rigor (Google Meet, 7:00 am or 3:30 pm)
15th    RESA Facilitators Complete the RESA Facilitation Training module on the OH|ID Learning Management System
16th    Year 1 Professional Development: Classroom Environment/Management (Google Meet, 7:00 am or 3:30 pm)

December

1st      RESA participants’ deadline to activate or update accounts 


January

12th   Year 2 Professional Development, RESA Choosing a Lesson and Meeting the Video Requirements  (Google Meet, 7:00 am or 3:30 pm)

14th    RESA Recommended (by ODE) Lesson Reflection Submission (Final deadline is January 28)

18th    Year 1 Professional Development: Instructional Strategies (Google Meet, 7:00 am or 3:30 pm)

27th    Year 3 Non-RESA and Year 4 Presentations on Self-Directed PD (Google Meet, 7:00 am or 3:30 pm)


March

22nd    Year 1 Professional Development: Assessment Reset and Recharge (Google Meet, 7:00 am or 3:30 pm)


April

21st   Year 3 Non-RESA and Year 4 Presentations on Leadership Initiative (Google Meet, 7:00 am or 3:30 pm)




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