Teaching Residency Licensure
ABOUT TEACHING LICENSURE
Residency teachers can earn an A level NC teaching license through Lenoir-Rhyne's fully-online, self-paced program that is competency-based.
- Self-paced program
- Open enrollment and registration
- Competency-based grading
- Program completion results in a recommendation for teacher licensure and receipt of official certificate transcript
- No credit hours are applied and students cannot convert completed modules into course credit after beginning the non-degree track
- Earn A level licensure in English, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies at the high school or middle grades level or K-12 for Physical Education and Music
$700 per month. Payment for the first month is required to start the modules. Payments will continue monthly until all module tasks have been completed.
The licensure-only program was designed for each module to build upon the previous. All blocks in this program are fully-online, self-paced, and competency-based. Once you have successfully completed a block with 85% or higher on all tasks, you will be permitted to move to the next block. Each block is comprised of 4 to 6 modules. This layout continues with each block.
- Content Pedagogy
- Learning Environment
- edTPA Local Scoring
- edTPA National Scoring (Not a Block, but you are required to submit and pass edTPA with scores sent to LR before recommendation for teacher licensure and receipt of official certificate transcript as required by North Carolina DPI.)
Additional Requirements Beyond Module Tasks:
- Submission of two mentor evaluations
- Submission of a principal evaluation
- Two virtual observations from a university supervisor