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Begin by applying for free today. Our Program Advisors work with you to develop a personalized strategy to become a certified teacher.
Simply complete your testing to become eligible to teach! Our study resources will help you get ready for testing.
In Michigan, participants are required to take the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC). Testing requirements vary by the subject area and endorsement you are pursuing.
We offer licensure paths in Elementary, Secondary, and Special Education.
Our Program Advisors will play an important role in helping you select the certification area(s) that complement your skills and interests, and give you the best chance to get hired.
We provide information on where to find free state preparation manuals, tests at-a-glance, test familiarization videos, and interactive practice tests.
We are actively building a free online forum in which teachers share their study tips and test feedback.
During this first year, you will lead your own classroom as a full-time teacher. Your district-assigned on-campus mentor will provide support and answer questions.
Complete your training in any order, at your own pace. Our comprehensive online training lets you apply classroom experience in each lesson while you teach. NEW! Click here to tour our training coursework.
Once you complete your self-paced online training, you will have gained the expertise and knowledge necessary to excel in your teaching role.
Educational leaders provide the foundation of our curriculum, which is continually updated to provide the most relevant and effective classroom preparation.
95 hours of classroom readiness training is offered in our self-paced, online format, so that you can train to be a teacher while applying what you learn in the classroom setting.
During the Internship Year, our teacher candidates complete case studies and field work in classroom management, among other areas of concentration such as literacy and assessment.
Michigan Teachers of Tomorrow allows individuals to become certified as fast or as slowly as they like. Teachers of Tomorrow consists of a quality curriculum that is completely self-paced. This means that participants can choose when they take courses and tailor classwork around their busy schedules.
In order to become a teacher in Michigan, individuals are required to obtain a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. They also must take part in a teacher certification program. You can either do a traditional program or participate in an alternative teacher certification program like Michigan Teachers of Tomorrow! Learn more about how this option will be a good fit for you!
Yes, you can become a high school teacher through this program! Michigan Teachers of Tomorrow offers a variety of subjects and areas that individuals can become certified in. This means that depending on the subject that you teach, you could be eligible to teach at a high school grade level. Find out which area will pique your interest here!
There are a variety of courses that you can teach after you complete the program. Ranging across different grades, subject areas are split up into categories based on grade level or specialty (world languages and special education). The categories fall under Elementary (K-5), Secondary (6-12), K-12 (all grades), World Languages (elementary, secondary, K-12), and Special Education. Explore all of the areas in which individuals can become certified or endorsed.