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QUICK START An Orientation to PI 34 Information for Today and Tomorrow presented by Chippewa Valley Regional PI 34 Network
PI 34 – What do I need to know? n n Teacher licensing process has changed “Grandparented” licensed educators n n Continue old process: 6 credits – 5 years Utilize the new process: Develop a PDP May switch back & forth if desired August 2004 graduates n Must use the new process
If I’m in the old system, why change? n n n More options for individualized professional development Could result in less cost to renew license Learn the new process in order to mentor initial educators more effectively Know process to be a PDP Reviewer Work towards a “Master Educator” license
How does PI 34 affect my current license? n n n With a current 5 year license, you will be issued a “professional educator” license when you renew If you add a NEW license in same category, you will get a “professional educator” license If you choose to add a new license in a DIFFERENT category, you will receive an “initial educator” license.
New Stages of Educator Licensing n Initial n n n Professional n n n Granted to new educators 3 -5 year non-renewable license Currently licensed educators 5 year renewable license Master n n New DPI process in development National Board certification
Initial Educator License n n 3 -5 year non-renewable license Renewal Process n n n Year 1 – Reflection, Work with Mentor, Development of Professional Development Plan (PDP) based on Teacher Standards Year 2 – PDP goal approved by Team; Begin working on the goal and its objectives Year 3, 4, 5 – Fulfillment of plan goal and objectives; artifacts verified by Team; License renewed
Professional Educator License n n n 5 -year renewable license Develops a PDP working toward proficiency in 2 or more educator standards PDP verified by Team; license renewed
Master Educator License n n Voluntary 10 -year renewable license Two methods to obtain n n DPI Process – Under development National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS)
Pros n n n & Create YOUR plan Select the strategies to achieve YOUR goals & objectives Graduate credit is not required Cons n n Creation of written plan takes effort and time Salary scales do not yet reflect salary advancement based on PDPs
Two different perspectives n You are currently a professional educator n n You choose between the two systems You are an initial educator n Required to use the new PI 34 system
Writing of the Professional Development Plan Required of all educators using PI 34
The PDP – What does it look like? n Components mandated by DPI rule n n n Reflection Description of school and situation Description of personal goal based on standards Rationale for the goal Description of plan assessment Stating of objectives, activities, timeline, collaboration
Paper PDP – Electronic PDP? Your choice! n Plan has been put into electronic word processing formats n n n DPI website Local districts Plan accessed via web n n Wisconsin PDP (CESA 10 LRSC) QEI
Once the PDP goal is created – two perspectives come into play Professional Educator & Initial Educator
Two Perspectives n Professional Educator n n Has the option of NOT convening a team for PDP goal approval Team Make-up n 3 Peers n Initial Educator n Must convene a team from DPI approved list n n n Peer Administrator IHE representative
OK. As an Initial Educator, my goal is created…now what? n n Convene your review team Team reviews all components n n Approves – you’re on your way Rejects – you need to make modifications and resubmit to Team Carry out your plan Maintain documentation/artifacts
My plan has been carried out. Now what? (Both groups) n n Reconvene your Team verifies that the plan is completed, signs off on DPI form. You submit sign-off form and fee to DPI License Renewed!
Who/What is the Review Team? n n n Professional and Master Educators may serve on PDP Review Teams Reviewers are required to go through a DPI training Reviewers come from different categories: n n n teachers, administrators, representatives from Institutions of Higher Education (IHE = WI universities)
Who is on my Review Team? n n If you are a Professional Educator, your team is 3 peers from approved list. If you are an Initial Educator, your team is made up of n n n Peer (not the mentor) Administrator IHE representative
How do I convene my team? n Depends on which format you choose to use. n n Web-based formats provide for an automated system to select, invite, and communicate with Reviewers Paper-based systems – depends on district guidelines
Does the using of the PDP process result in different expenses for the ‘grandparented’ educator? n Yes n n n Reviewers must get compensated for their time – PDP is not reviewed on “school time” Perhaps – access to a web-based product BUT … n n There can be a savings in tuition expense Districts may elect to assist in the fees
What are the fees for initial educators? Projected… n CESA 10 License Renewal Support Center n n $275 – (years 1 - 2) includes seminar “PDP Writing, ” Help Desk, assistance with convening the Team, access & training to use a web-based PDP system, payment to reviewers. This fee covers the process through PDP goal approval. $200 estimated (3 -5 years from now) – includes Help Desk, assistance with convening the Team, payment to reviewers, PDP verification, assistance with submission to DPI for license renewal
What are the fees? Projected … n QEI – Quality Educator Interactive n n n WEAC, UW Extension, UW System ? ? Using a paper/word processing system n ? ?
As a ‘grandparented’ educator, I want to use the new system. What are my next steps?
License renewal in 2006 or later… n n n n Let your Personnel Department know you are going to use the PDP process Select a PDP format (electronic vs. paper) Gather any/all professional development artifacts that you have collected since your last renewal Advised – enroll in a “PDP Writing” seminar Create your goal Advised – have a Team review the initial PDP goal Carry out the plan Submit for final verification – renew license.
What other changes are in store with PI 34? n School District Requirements n Provide a trained Mentor to work with Initial Educators n n n Trained Mentors are Professional and Master Educators who are willing to assist their new colleagues – Compensation varies with districts Offer on-going orientation sessions Provide access to support seminars
Resources to help you n CESA 10 License Renewal Support Center n n Dept of Public Instruction n n PI 34 Coordinator – Varies with each district Quality Educator Interactive (QEI) n n http: //www. dpi. state. wi. us/dlsis/tel/ Local School District n n Nancy Berklund, Coordinator (715 -720 -2137) Check with local union representative University of Wisconsin System
QUICK START An Orientation to PI 34 Chippewa Valley Regional PI 34 Network