A teacher of special education: oral/aural deaf education is authorized to provide specially designed instruction, from birth through grade 12, to individuals with a broad range of hearing loss and to collaborate and consult with families, other classroom and special education teachers, and specialized service providers in designing and implementing individualized educational program plans for students only in oral/aural deaf education programs or itinerant services and only for students who do not require American Sign Language or other signed systems for their language of instruction.
A candidate for licensure as a teacher of oral/aural deaf education, from birth through grade 12, shall meet all requirements of part 8710.5200, subpart 2, items A to D.
A candidate for licensure as a teacher of oral/aural deaf education shall demonstrate all knowledge and skills in part 8710.5200, subpart 3, items A to F, and shall demonstrate at least minimum skills in American Sign Language, verified through one of the following:
successful completion of at least six semester credits of coursework in American Sign Language; or
A continuing license shall be issued and renewed according to the rules of the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board governing licensure.
All requirements in this part for licensure as a teacher of special education: oral/aural deaf education are effective on January 1, 2013, and thereafter.
24 SR 1129; 36 SR 1243; L 2017 1Sp5 art 12 s 22
August 21, 2017