Student Resource Links

  • Candidate Self Assessment Disposition Rubric 
  • Characteristics of Highly Effective Teaching and Learning
  • Educational Testing Service Homepage
    Information about the PPST, Praxis Series, PLT, and the GRE, (to name a few). You can download practice tests to help you get ready!
  • EPSB Modules
    The Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board has developed online instructional modules designed to address topics and needs of teachers and administrators who wish to teach in Kentucky. Modules range in length and complexity. Several of the modules are FREE and others require registration and payment for in-state residents.
  • Kentucky Academy of Technology Education
    An extensive online resource for teachers.
  • Murray State University Counseling and Testing Resources
    The site includes general information about the Murray State University Testing Center as well as linked test publisher sites containing useful information for test preparation and registration. Content on the publisher sites varies but may include online registration information, accommodations of special needs, sample tests, downloadable study materials and registration bulletins, forms and bulletins often used by test takers, as well as information regarding admissions to graduate and professional schools. Often, the website will have request forms for free paper bulletins sent out by the test publisher.
  • Illinois Licensure Information
    If you plan to teach in Illinois once you graduate, you will need to obtain Illinois licensure. Illinois has new licensure requirements per passage of recent statute.
  • State Certification
    Certification requirements can be quite different from state to state. To help you prepare for your own state certification, this is a collection of sites for each state. The sites provide a range of information, which may include certification requirements and regulations, salary ranges, application fees, employment opportunities, downloadable forms and publications, and frequently asked questions.

    Admission Applications in Recruiter:

  • Teacher Education Application

    Applications should be started while attending an Admission to Teacher Education Orientation. You should not start an application on your own.

    -To start an application for the first time, click here.
    -If you have already started an application and are returning to update information or to submit your application, click here to log back into your account and select "Complete an Application" at the bottom of your "My Account" page.

    *If you are on an application that requires a fee, it is the wrong application. Our applications do not require payment. Please contact Susan at skrieb@murraystate.edu for further assistance.

    *Forgotten passwords, locked accounts, error messages or any other problems? Please contact Susan at skrieb@murraystate.edu
  • Student Teaching Application

    Applications should be started while attending an Admission to Student Teaching Orientation. You should not start an application on your own.

    -To start an application for the first time, click here
    -If you have already started an application and are returning to update information or to submit your application, click here to log back into your account and select "Complete an Application" at the bottom of your "My Account" page.
    *If you are on an application that requires a fee, it is the wrong application. Our applications do not require payment. Please contact Susan at skrieb@murraystate.edu for further assistance.

    *Forgotten passwords, locked accounts, error messages or any other problems? Please contact Susan at skrieb@murraystate.edu