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ALP 2 General Education

 

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The Alternative Licensure Program General Education (ALP 2) includes professional coursework, classroom observation, and coaching designed for candidates teaching Early Childhood Education through 12th grade. Please note: Only candidates teaching general education qualify for ALP 1, ALP 2 or ALP 2 MAT. Special Education teachers must enroll in ALP SED or ALP SED MAT.

 

PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT

ALP 2 Candidates must:

 

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Year 1

  • Attend five days of Summer Seminar training in July
  • Attend MSU Denver ALP 2 classes and complete ALP 2 coursework
  • Demonstrate proficiency on approximately half of the Colorado Teacher Quality Standards
  • Complete a Teacher Work Sample
  • Begin building a Teaching Portfolio documenting progress toward meeting the Colorado Teacher Quality Standards
  • Complete 140 hours of contact time with support team
  • Face-to-face coaching
  • Face-to-face and online classes

Year 2

  • Complete remaining requirements for Teaching Portfolio
  • Demonstrate proficiency on remaining Colorado Teacher Quality Standards
  • Complete 85 hours of contact time with support team
  • Face-to-face coaching
  • Face-to-face with some online classes

 

CURRICULUM

MSU Denver course curriculum content covers strands important to the development of an effective teacher. They include:

  • Classroom discipline and management
  • Short and long range planning
  • Unit and lesson plans, implementation
  • Comprehensive assessment
  • Educational theory
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Current issues in education
  • Literacy

 

CLASS SCHEDULE

  • ALP 2 candidates are required to attend five days of “SUMMER SEMINAR” training in July.
  • During the school year, classes are held every Tuesday.
  • Classes are face-to-face with some online.

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