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I have been certified as a teacher in MA since 1992. My certificate recently expired without me realizing it. I am just wondering what I need to do to reinstate it. I have not been a full-time elementary teacher in awhile but have kept up with tutoring. Anyone know how I should go about this?
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  • Math Teach Don't call me a dummy, when I'm the one with a graduate degree in math, and you were the ED major.... Bite me On 7/23/12, anon wrote: > No, dummy, you don't "memorize" the content > you learned in college. You plan ...See More
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  • anon No, dummy, you don't "memorize" the content you learned in college. You plan the lessons, not just walk in and wing it. Your college professors did the same. I can tell you aren't a real teacher at all, just an idiot posing a...See More
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  • Math Teach Hey "anon": if you want to knowwhat clueless is, look in the mirror. Sure glad you weren't my math teacher. Oh and I did have to memorize what I learned in college, otherwise I would have had a rather difficult time getting my M.A. i...See More
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  • anon On 6/03/12, Ridiculous? wrote: > On 3/19/10, Molly wrote: >> to certifiedteach - Thanks so much for your response. I will >> investigate where I can take the MTE. I too may be teaching in a >> private school, but want to main...See More
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  • Ridiculous? On 3/19/10, Molly wrote: > to certifiedteach - Thanks so much for your response. I will > investigate where I can take the MTE. I too may be teaching in a > private school, but want to maintain a highly qualified status. I > have sinc...See More
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