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Tue, November 12, 2019

Fitness to Teach Policy

Successful teaching requires a combination of both academic and interpersonal skills. Although interpersonal skills do not ensure the success of a teacher, the lack of them will ensure failure, regardless of how academically capable the teacher is.

The Texas State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) specifies that institutions preparing educators have the responsibility to certify the knowledge and skills of its teacher candidates. To that end, a committee composed of representatives from departments across the College of Education & Human Development developed the Fitness to Teach Policy. See below for links to the policy and all related forms that provide an overview of the FTT policy.

Fitness to Teach Policy

Fitness to Teach Forms:

Fitness to Teach Formal Review Form

Fitness to Teach Informal Review Summary

Fitness to Teach Level II Remediation Plan

Fitness to Teach Council Review Form Level II

Referral Form for Indentification of Outstanding Student