INDIANA TEACHERS’ TESTING, TRAINING
We’re committed to preparing you to confidently lead your own classroom. With over 270 hours of quality online preparation training created by leading experts in the field, you will gain the skills and knowledge essential to thrive in the classroom. Through our comprehensive resources and continually updated study guides, we will help you prepare to pass required state exams with ease. No matter your current experience level, Indiana Teachers of Tomorrow promises to set you up for success. As you work toward becoming eligible to teach, choose from one of nearly 40 different licensure areas!
Choose from An Extensive Selection of Licensure Areas toPursue Your Dream Career
As required by the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE), all candidates seeking Educator Licensure must take and pass a Pearson CORE exam and/or Praxis ETS exam. The specific exam you take will depend on which area you are seeking licensure.
The IDOE is officially transitioning from the Pearson CORE exams to the ETS Praxis exams. What does this mean for you? Starting 7/1/2021, the IDOE and Indiana Teachers will start accepting Praxis exams for subject areas currently approved by the IDOE. The IDOE and Indiana Teachers will accept either the Praxis or CORE exams taken between 7/1/2021 – 8/31/202. Beginning 9/1/2021, the IDOE and Indiana Teachers will only accept Praxis exams moving forward. View our Pearson CORE to ETS Praxis blog for detailed information.
Our Flexible Learning Modules Are 100% Online and Available 24/7.
Discover the curriculum that will help you lay the groundwork needed to become a successful teacher. From digital classroom tools to student engagement and everything in between, you’ll soon be ready to step foot inside the classroom.
Our innovative coursework integrates research-based pedagogy with high-engagement learning designed to set you up for success in today’s evolving classrooms. Our learning modules are cognizant of the multiple learning styles and offer various interactive tools and resources, all available in your online dashboard.
Educational leaders provide the foundation of our curriculum, including the work of Dr. Robert Marzano, Dr. Madeline Hunter, Harry Wong, Dr. Benjamin Bloom, Dr. Ruby Payne, and Dr. Eric Jensen. Our curriculum is continually updated to reflect the most effective and relevant preparation.
You must obtain two training required certificates to become eligible to teach. We encourage you to complete them as soon as possible to prevent any delays getting into the classroom.
Let Nothing Stand Between You and the Classroom
In order to become eligible to teach, it is required by the Indiana Department of Education that you obtain your Youth Suicide Prevention Certificate. This may be completed online.
In addition to your Youth Suicide Prevention Training, you must also obtain your CPR/AED/Heimlich Certificate*. This must be completed in-person.
*Effective April 14, 2020, candidates may be issued their Transition to Teaching Permit without earning a CPR/AED/Heimlich Certificate, granted all other program requirements are met. This temporary allowance by the Indiana Department of Education is in place due to in-person facility closures. We encourage you to pursue a blended CPR training option.
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