The Georgia Teacher Academy for Preparation and Pedagogy (GaTAPP) is a classroom-based teacher preparation option for individuals who have the basic qualifications to teach early childhood, middle-grades, secondary or P-12 education but have not completed a teacher preparation program. The program is not intended to replace regular college teacher education programs. It is, instead, an alternative option for individuals who hold a bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited institute, but who did not complete teacher education preparation requirements as part of their degree programs. Georgia TAPP seeks to equip teacher-candidates with the skills to ensure a reasonable expectation of initial success in their classrooms, and to put in place a supervised internship/induction program that will help them move toward subsequent mastery of teaching. The State established RESAs to serve staff and students in state school systems. GaTAPP teacher candidates fill public school teaching positions. Click here to view additional information.
Middle Georgia RESA GaTAPP Conceptual Framework
Committment to Candidates with Disabilities:
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, MGRESA ensures that our programs are accessible to qualified educational professionals with documented and verified disabilities. If you believe that you are eligible for accommodations please contact, Donna Poole, 504 coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 478-988-7174 to receive the process and documentation procedures. Please note that in order to provide reasonable accommodations, candidates must begin the process at least three weeks in advance of beginning course work.