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Title: Teacher Licensure


1
Teacher Licensure
  • PI-34
  • Wisconsins New Process

2
New License Stages
  • Initial Educator
  • 5 year, non-renewable
  • Professional Educator
  • 5 year renewable
  • Master Educator
  • 10 year renewable
  • Only can be received w/ National Board
    Certification

3
Initial Educator
  • An individual who has successfully completed an
    approved program after August 31, 2004 and who is
    issued an Initial Educator license by the
    Department for the first time in a particular
    category

4
Role of the Initial Educator
  • To move to the professional educator level
  • Learn how to more effectively meet the needs of
    students.
  • Identify personal and professional needs.
  • Participate in training sessions.
  • Ask questions, observe and learn from mentors and
    colleagues.
  • Reflect and prepare Professional Development Plan
    (PDP).

5
  • The initial educator must design and complete a
    professional development plan (PDP) that
    demonstrates increased proficiency in two or more
    of the 10 teaching standards

6
  • PDP is approved by a majority of the 3 member
    Initial Educator Team (an administrator, IHE
    representative, and a peer (not a mentor) that
    has been trained in reading PDPs)
  • Support to Educator is provided by mentor and
    feedback is provided from the team

7
Initial Educator Team Roles
  • Reviews and approves professional development
    goals
  • Majority verifies successful completion of plan
    to state superintendent
  • Trained on the Wisconsin Standards and
    Professional Development Plan
  • Trained to use the rubric for the PDP
  • Is convened at the discretion of the initial
    educator

8
  • The team does NOT evaluate teaching performance
  • This is the role of licensed administrators and
    the school board

9
School District Requirements
  • Must provide collaboratively developed
    orientation to initial educator
  • Must provide support seminars reflecting the
    standards
  • Must provide a qualified mentor to the initial
    educator

10
Required Contents of Professional Development Plan
  • Reflection
  • Describe school and assignment
  • Rationale for, and goal(s) addressing Standards
  • Plan to assess achievement of goal(s)
  • Plan to meet the goal(s)
  • Objectives
  • Activities
  • Timelines
  • Collaboration

11
Required evidence of successful completion of PDP
  • Annual review of PDP by educator
  • Summary and reflection statement
  • Demonstrated increase in proficiency in Standards
    needing improvement
  • Growth indicators
  • How professional knowledge was improved by
    meeting goals
  • How student learning was improved by meeting goals

12
Timeline for Initial Educator
  • Year 1 Preparing to write the plan- self
    reflection
  • Year 2
  • October 1 Writing the plan/submit to PDP team
  • December 1 Goal Approval by team
  • January June Goal Revisions, if needed

13
  • Year 2,3,4 Documentation of Annual Review- any
    substantial revisions must be reviewed by team by
    April 1.
  • Final Year
  • By January 15 Documentation of Completion to
    team
  • April 1 Verification of Completion by team
  • Jan. June Revisions if needed
  • June 1 submit verification form to DPI

14
Self Reflection
  • At the end of the first year, write a goal (or
    goals) based on 2 standards. Examine journals,
    logs, feedback (student, peer, parent), student
    data over time, analyze classroom observations,
    examine critical incidents, look at the standards
    rubrics, reflect on your areas of passion for
    teaching.
  • The goal(s) should answer " Where do I want to
    go" and "How will I get there?"

15
Websites
  • DPI Licensing
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/index.html
  • Quality Educator Initiative
  • http//qei.wisconsin.edu/
  • Free for WEAC members
  • Use WEAC member number (found on card sent in
    September)
  • License Renewal Support Center
  • Marie Benson, UW-W bensonm_at_uww.edu
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