• CTLE Information:

    The Holland Patent Teacher Center is an approved CTLE provider.  Please see our calendar for upcoming workshops that can be used toward your hours.  In addition, please check this site for updated information regarding CTLE requirements and important documents. 

     

    Key Points:

    • 15% of your hours need to be in language acquistion addressing the needs of English Language Learners, including a focus on best practices for co-teaching strategies, and integrating languge and content instruction for ELL students. 
    • Any approved CTLE activity taken after July 1, 2016 can count toward your first five-year period, regardless of your birth month. 

     

  • CTLE Certificate

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    You must receive the attached CTLE certificate of completion for each CTLE approved workshop and maintain all of these records for a minimum of 8 years after the end of your 5 year cycle.  These documents will be your proof that you completed the required hours of professional development if you are ever audited. 

    CTLE Certificate of Completion Form.pdf 114.73 KB (Last Modified on October 11, 2016)
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  • Summary of Registration and CTLE Requirements

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    Attached is a chart that identifies the various certificate types and the requirements for each type of certificate. 

    Registration Table.pdf 16.32 KB (Last Modified on October 11, 2016)
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  • Can professional development completed before registration be counted toward the 100 hours?

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    CTLE completed from an approved sponsor on or after July 1, 2016, but before the individual's birthday month (at which time the individual must register) will be permissible.  However, CTLE hours cannot be carried over from one five year registration period to a subsequent five year period. 

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  • What is acceptable professional development?

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    Needs to be in the content area of any certificate held

    Must include required study in language acquisition addressing the needs of ELL students

    Must be conducted through activities designed to improve the pedagogy or leadership skills and be targeted at improving student performance

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