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13a.12.03.00.htm 13A.12.03.00. Title 13A STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Subtitle 12 CERTIFICATION Chapter 03 Specialists Authority: Education Article, §2-205, 2-303(g) 6-101―6-104, and 6-701―6-706; Health Occupations Article, §2-301; Annotated Code of Maryland
13a.12.03.01.htm 13A.12.03.01. 01 Purpose.. Specialists shall meet the requirements for a professional certificate under COMAR 13A.12.01.04―06, as applicable, including 3 semester hours in special education. These regulations set forth the additional education and experience requirements for specialists.
13a.12.03.02.htm 13A.12.03.02. 02 School Counselor.. The requirements for certification as a school counselor are:. A. Option I. The applicant shall submit:. 1) A master's degree in school counseling or school guidance and counseling from an IHE;. 2) A National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) certificate; and. 3) Two years of satisfactory performance as a teacher or school counselor in a school setting.. B. Option II. The applicant shall submit:. 1) A master's degree in school counseling or schoo
13a.12.03.03.htm 13A.12.03.03. 03 Library Media Specialist.. A. Definitions.. 1) In this regulation, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. 2) Terms Defined.. a) "Library media specialist" means an individual who has developed knowledge, understanding of, and competency in the broad range of library media services, with particular emphasis on those competencies related to the development and administration of a comprehensive school library media program.b) "Library media" means
13a.12.03.04.htm 13A.12.03.04. 04 Pupil Personnel Worker.. The requirements for certification as a pupil personnel worker are that the applicant shall have:. A. A master's degree from the IHE in pupil personnel or a related field, such as:. 1) Counseling or guidance services, or both,. 2) Early childhood, elementary, or secondary education,. 3) Human growth and development,. 4) Sociology, social work, or psychology,. 5) Special education,. 6) Administration and supervision;. B. In addition to or as p
13a.12.03.05.htm 13A.12.03.05. 05 Reading Specialist.. The requirements for certification as a reading specialist are that the applicant shall:. A. Meet the requirements for certification in early childhood education, elementary education, or a secondary education area;B. Have a master's degree or equivalent of post-baccalaureate graduate credit from an IHE in reading and related areas to include:1) 12 semester hours of reading course work with at least one course in each of the following areas:.
13a.12.03.06.htm 13A.12.03.06. 06 Reading Teacher.. The requirements for certification as a reading teacher are that the applicant shall:. A. Meet the requirements for certification in early childhood education, elementary education, or a secondary education area;B. Have 12 semester hours of post-baccalaureate graduate credit from an IHE in reading, including a foundation or survey course and a course in diagnosis and correction of reading difficulties; andC. Have 2 years of successful teaching experience..
13a.12.03.07.htm 13A.12.03.07. 07 Psychometrist.. A. Definition. "Psychometrist" means an individual who works directly under the professional supervision of a school psychologist or supervisor of school psychological services. The purpose of this position is limited to providing assistance to the school psychologist by administering psychological tests and other related psychometric tasks.B. Education. The education requirements for certification as a psychometrist are that the applicant
13a.12.03.08.htm 13A.12.03.08. 08 School Psychologist.. A. Definition. "School psychologist" means an individual who is certified to provide psychological services to children in a public or State-approved nonpublic school setting. The school psychologist supervises interns and psychometrists.B. Education. The education requirements for certification as a school psychologist are that the applicant shall meet one of a) Submit a master’s or higher degree in school psychology from a State-approved program; and.
13a.12.03.09.htm 13A.12.03.09. 09 Repealed..
13a.12.03.10.htm 13A.12.03.10. 10 Therapists (Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, or Audiologists)An occupational therapist, physical therapist, speech-language pathologist, or audiologist holding a current and valid license issued by the State Board of Occupational Therapy Practice, the State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners, or the State Board of Audiologists, Hearing Aid Dispensers, and Speech-Language Pathologists in accordance with the relevant provisions of He
13a.12.03.11.htm 13A.12.03.11. 11 School Social Worker.. To obtain certification as a school social worker, the applicant shall be licensed by the Maryland State Board of Social Work Examiners as a:A. Graduate social worker;. B. Certified social worker; or. C. Certified social worker ― clinical..
13a.12.03.12.htm 13A.12.03.12. 12 Gifted and Talented Education Specialist.. To be certified as a Gifted and Talented Education Specialist, an applicant shall:. A. Earn a master's degree from one of the following:. 1) A Department-approved master's program that leads to certification in Gifted and Talented Education;2) An out-of-State approved master's program that leads to Gifted and Talented Certification; or. 3) An IHE and:. a) Complete 15 semester hours of graduate course work in Gifted and Talente
13a.12.03.9999.htm 13A.12.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. For a history of certification requirements before January 1, 1989, see the Administrative History for COMAR 13A.07.01.Regulations .01―10, and .12 adopted effective January 1, 1989 (15:26 Md. R. 2994). Regulation .01 amended effective November 6, 1995 (22:22 Md. R. 1670). Regulation .02 amended effective December 24, 1990 (17:25 Md. R. 2908). Regulation .02B amended effective April 6, 1998 (25:7 Md. R. 528). Regulations .03―05 repeal
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