Check Your License:
Reciprocal License - This is issued if you have an out-of-state license, and you are meeting your deficiencies noted in an evaluation of your credentials. You MAY NOT enroll in Year Two of IMAP.
Emergency Permit - This license is requested by your school corporation to fill a need in a shortage area. You MAY NOT enroll in Year Two of IMAP.
Rules 46-47 License - This is a standard license. Teachers: If this is your first year of teaching, refer back to First Year Teachers, Administrators and School Service Personnel information. Administrators and School Service Personnel: There are no internship requirements under this rule for administrators and school service personnel.
Rules 2002 and/REPA 3 - Initial Practitioner License - Teachers: Most recent graduates will hold this instructional license. You MUST be enrolled in Year Two of IMAP. Administrators: You must currently hold an administrative position to participate in IMAP.
Role of the Mentor
In most schools, a mentor has been assigned to help a new teacher with day to day operations, classroom situations, curriculum issues, etc. The State no longer requires new teachers to have a mentor to complete their IMAP requirements. However, the beginning teacher MUST enroll in IMAP for the year to count toward his or her IMAP requirements.
Requirements for Year Two IMAP Candidates
During the year you may work with a mentor and fulfill any requirements set forth by your specific school corporation. At the end of Year Two, the following statements (based on your situation) should be true:
Reciprocal License - You should NOT have been participating in IMAP in Year Two.
Emergency Permit - You should NOT have been participating in IMAP in Year Two.
Rules 46-47 License - You should have completed your internship in Year One.
Rules 2002 and /REPA 3 Initial Practitioner’s License - Teachers & School Service Personnel must be enrolled in Year Two of IMAP. You will complete the appropriate IMAP Assessment Tool with your Principal/ Building Level Administrator/Supervisor/Director. A completion letter will be given to you by your Principal/ Building Level Administrator/Supervisor/Director. This completion letter must be submitted with the application materials to obtain the Proficient Practitioner License. Administrators must be enrolled in Year Two of IMAP. You will receive an email notification within two weeks of enrolling in IMAP from the Indiana Department of Education that will give you directions for completing the Indiana School Leaders Self Assessment (ISLSA) 2015 through Moodle. In addition to completing the ISLSA, the Individual Development Plan Summary form must also be completed. A copy of the ISLSA report card showing an 80% pass rate in all categories and the Individual Development Plan Summary form must be submitted with application materials to obtain the Proficient Practitioner License.
|Second Year IMAP Information|
|IMAP Assessment Information for Year Two Teachers|
|IMAP Assessment Information for Year Two School Service Personnel|
Click here to learn more about how to Convert your Initial Practitioner license to a Proficient Practitioner license once you have completed Year Two of IMAP.