ARTC at University of Delaware offices are working on a “hybrid” schedule.
ARTC staff will be in the offices on Tuesdays and Fridays and will be working remotely the remaining days of the week.
We can be contacted via phone or email Monday – Friday 8 am – 4:30 pm
ARTC Teacher Kudos
We’re celebrating our librarians! Today, in particular, is National School Librarian Day and to celebrate, Superintendent Matt Burrows paid a visit to Amelia Altoe and Amanda Wlock, the library media specialists at Cantwell’s Bridge Middle School and Odessa High School respectively. Thank you to all of our District’s library media specialists for everything they do.
If you have an accomplishment you would like to share about an ARTC Teacher or Alumni, we would love to post it.
UD ARTC Policy Change: Praxis Exams
Starting January 2, 2021, all applicants to ARTC will need to have passed a Praxis II examination (www.ets.org) in the content area for which they seek provisional eligibility, or a passing score on the ACTFL Written Proficiency Test and Oral Proficiency Interview (www.languagetesting.com) in a world language they hope to teach. Applicants may be exempt from having to earn a passing score IF they score within two standard measurements of passing and meet other requirements, as specified by House Bill 441.
ARTC offers an alternative to the traditional route to teacher certification in Delaware.
Schools are currently challenged to find enough certified teachers in various “critical need” subjects, including teachers of English language learners, math, science, technology education, business, family and consumer sciences, world language, and special education.
As schools strive to provide a relevant and challenging education for all their students, they rely more heavily on the specific skills of teachers who have gained expertise educating children with special needs.
Within two years, you can develop the skills to organize library collections, design instructional strategies that promote student achievement and foster a love of reading and independent learning.
Through this program, qualified undergraduate English and English Education majors can earn a B.A in English/English Education and an MA in Teaching English Language Learner in 5 years.