PI 34.33(6)(c) (c) Proficiency in the teaching of reading that includes a clinical program in teaching reading in all of the following:
PI 34.33(6)(c)1. 1. Developmental reading for pupils in the early childhood through adolescent level.
PI 34.33(6)(c)2. 2. Assessment and instructional techniques for readers with special needs.
PI 34.33(6)(c)3. 3. Language development.
PI 34.33(6)(c)4. 4. Learning disabilities.
PI 34.33(6)(c)5. 5. Content area reading.
PI 34.33(6)(c)6. 6. Literature for children or adolescents.
PI 34.33(7) (7)Urban educator.
PI 34.33(7)(a)(a) Effective July 1, 1998, any person employed in an urban school district in a city of the first class who holds a valid teaching license may apply for an urban education license. This license is not required. In order to qualify for the urban education license, a teacher shall provide evidence of meeting the following competencies:
PI 34.33(7)(a)1. 1. The ability to promote and ensure academic success for all learners.
PI 34.33(7)(a)2. 2. The ability to create and teach a rigorous academic, integrated, and multicultural curriculum including thematic units to meet the needs of diverse learners.
PI 34.33(7)(a)3. 3. The ability to function as an effective teacher in an urban school.
PI 34.33(7)(a)4. 4. The ability to organize and manage a positive learning environment.
PI 34.33(7)(a)5. 5. The ability to work as an effective member of a teaching team utilizing community-based learning and hand-on projects.
PI 34.33(7)(a)6. 6. The ability to communicate effectively and collaborate with all stakeholders, including parents, guardians, and caregivers as equal partners in the learning enterprise.
PI 34.33(7)(a)7. 7. The ability to use modern technologies and information systems effectively to enhance learning.
PI 34.33(7)(a)8. 8. The ability to adhere to a professional code of conduct as an urban teacher.
PI 34.33(7)(a)9. 9. The ability to engage in a system of growth and inquiry derived from a continual evaluation of learners' progress.
PI 34.33(7)(b) (b) The urban education license recognizes the holder as competent in the abilities listed in par. (a) and authorizes the holder to practice these competencies as a teacher in an urban school.
PI 34.33(7)(c) (c) Evidence of successfully meeting the competencies in par. (a) may be verified by one of the following:
PI 34.33(7)(c)1. 1. A Wisconsin approved program.
PI 34.33(7)(c)2. 2. A school district in a city of the first class.
PI 34.33(7)(c)3. 3. An independent agency recognized by the state superintendent.
PI 34.33(7)(d) (d) Successful completion of the requirements for the urban teacher license shall meet the license renewal requirements under s. PI 34.18 (2) (f).
PI 34.33(8) (8)Vocational education. Any person who has a specific assignment to teach an advanced level occupational skills course in grades 9 through 12 shall hold a vocational license under this section. A license to teach a vocational subject listed under par. (c) may be issued to an applicant who meets all of the following requirements:
PI 34.33(8)(a) (a) Demonstrates competency in principles, issues or philosophy of vocational education and a course in organization and administration of cooperative education programs.
PI 34.33(8)(b) (b) Demonstrates related occupational experience preceding application for the license. The number of required hours of occupational experience for each vocational license is specified in par. (c), and the requirement shall be met in one of the following ways:
PI 34.33(8)(b)1. 1. Paid occupational experience in related occupations.
PI 34.33(8)(b)2. 2. Paid occupational experience in related occupations for at least 60% of the required clock hours, and up to 40% in either or a combination of the following:
PI 34.33(8)(b)2.a. a. Graduate credits in technical subjects specifically related to the vocational subject for which the license is being sought. One semester credit equals 95 clock hours of occupational experience.
PI 34.33(8)(b)2.b. b. Attendance at workshops specifically related to the vocational subject for which the license is being sought. One clock hour of workshop experience may equal up to 3 hours of occupational experience. Approval of the state superintendent shall be obtained prior to attendance at the workshop.
PI 34.33(8)(b)2.c. c. Department approved occupational internships completed for college or university credit. One hour of paid occupational internship equals 3 hours of paid occupational experience.
PI 34.33(8)(c) (c) Meets requirements for the specific vocational license, as follows:
PI 34.33(8)(c)1. 1. Business education related occupations. The applicant shall have completed an approved program in business education, shall hold a business education license and shall have completed 2,000 clock hours of related occupational experience.
PI 34.33(8)(c)2. 2. Marketing education. A marketing education license is required to teach marketing education and marketing related courses such as sales, merchandising, retailing, promotion, management, entrepreneurship, enterprise, advertising, distributive and marketing cooperative education. The applicant shall have completed an approved program in marketing education and 4,000 clock hours of related occupational experience.
PI 34.33(8)(c)3. 3. Family and consumer education related occupations. For the family and consumer education related occupations license, the applicant shall have completed an approved program in family and consumer education major, hold a family and consumer education license and shall have completed 2,000 hours of related occupational experience of which 1,000 hours shall be in the specific area in which the license will be sought.
PI 34.33(8)(c)4. 4. Technology related occupations. For the technology related occupations license, the applicant shall have completed an approved program in technology education, hold a technology education license, and shall have completed 2,000 hours of related occupational experience of which 1,000 hours shall be in the specific area in which the license will be sought.
PI 34.33 History History: Cr. Register, April, 2000, No. 532, eff. 5-1-00; CR 10-083: am. (1) (a) 3., (b) 3., (3) (c) 1. h., (4), (5g) (h), (5m) (a), (6) (c) (intro.), cr. (5g) (i) Register November 2010 No. 659, eff. 12-1-10; CR 14-018: am. (intro.) Register August 2014 No. 704, eff. 9-1-14.
subch. XI of ch. PI 34 Subchapter XI — Additional Licenses
PI 34.34 PI 34.34 Additional licenses. Licenses issued in the following categories do not require completion of an approved program or institutional endorsement from a college or university for issuance. Unless otherwise noted, licenses under this subchapter are issued for 5 years. Renewal requirements, if any, are specified under each license section.
PI 34.34(3) (3)Educational interpreter — deaf or hard of hearing license.
PI 34.34(3)(a)(a) Any person employed by a school system to interpret for pupils who are deaf or hard of hearing as part of that pupil's special education program shall hold a license under this subsection. Except as specified in par. (b) and subs. (4) to (6), an applicant for an educational interpreter for pupils who are deaf or hard of hearing license shall complete or possess all of the following:
PI 34.34(3)(a)1. 1. Evidence of coursework proficiency in the following content that equates to at least a minor at the professional educator level, including all of the following:
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.a. a. Public speaking skills.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.b. b. Written English communication.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.c. c. Child and adolescent development.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.d. d. Psychological, social, and cultural aspects of people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.e. e. Orientation to deafness, which shall include terminology, related to hearing loss, pathological perspectives, educational programs, and cultural perspectives of people who are deaf.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.f. f. Language development in children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.g. g. Competence in special education.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.h. h. Theories of the various forms of visual communication used while interpreting, such as American Sign Language, manually coded English and oral interpreting.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.i. i. Issues in educational settings such as theory, role and function, instructional support services, note-taking and classroom management in the prekindergarten through grade 12 setting.
PI 34.34(3)(a)1.j. j. Ethical and professional practices.
PI 34.34(3)(a)2. 2. A practicum of at least 150 hours in the early childhood through adolescence level, 2 semesters of successful experience for at least 50% time as an educational interpreter or certification from the national registry of interpreters for the deaf.
PI 34.34(3)(a)3. 3. Competence in oral interpreting which is the process of delivering a spoken message in a manner that is most visible via speechreading, or certification from the national registry of interpreters for the deaf as an oral interpreter. In this paragraph, "speechreading" means the practice of communicating using a combination of lip-reading, residual hearing, natural gestures and context clues.
PI 34.34(3)(a)4.a.a. Except as specified under subd. 4. b., the applicant shall have demonstrated competence in the area of interpreting for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing which includes the following: Skill development in the use of American sign language and expressive interpreting which is the process of changing spoken English into American sign language, skill development in the use of signed forms of English and expressive transliterating which is the process of changing spoken English into a signed form of English, and skill development in understanding messages delivered in sign language and in sign to voice which is the process of changing a signed text into spoken English.
PI 34.34(3)(a)4.b. b. Applicants holding a valid department of health services Wisconsin interpreting and transliterating assessment verification under ch. DHS 77 shall provide the department with evidence of such verification which the department shall apply as 6 semester credits to be divided equally among the competency requirements of subd. 4. a.
PI 34.34(3)(b) (b) Interpreters holding certification from the national registry of interpreters for the deaf may be issued a license under this section if 6 semester credits of coursework selected from one or more of the requirements under par. (a) 1. c., f., g., or i. have been completed.
PI 34.34(3)(c) (c) A license under this subsection may be renewed if the applicant completes or meets one of the requirements under subd. 1. and one of the requirements under subd. 2. or 3. as follows:
PI 34.34(3)(c)1.a.a. The applicant shall successfully complete the educational interpreter performance assessment with a score of 3 or better. This assessment may be accepted as equivalent to one semester credit under subd. 2. and may be completed twice during each 5-year license period for a total of 2 credits.
PI 34.34(3)(c)1.b. b. The applicant shall successfully complete the educational interpreter performance assessment with a score of 3 or better. This assessment may be accepted as equivalent to one semester credit under subd. 2. One additional credit may be earned under subd. 2. by completing the Wisconsin interpreting and transliterating assessment at a level 4 for both interpretation and transliteration.
PI 34.34(3)(c)1.c. c. The applicant shall successfully complete the educational interpreter performance assessment with a score of 3 or better. This assessment may be accepted as equivalent to one semester credit under subd. 2. One additional credit may be earned under subd. 2., by providing proof of maintaining certification or taking an interpretation or transliteration performance test, regardless of the score, through the registry of interpreters for the deaf.
PI 34.34(3)(c)1.d. d. The applicant shall successfully complete the educational interpreter performance assessment with a score of 3 or better. This assessment may be accepted as equivalent to one semester credit under subd. 2. One additional credit may be earned under subd. 2. by successfully completing one written knowledge assessment under the educational interpreter performance assessment.
PI 34.34(3)(c)1.e. e. The applicant shall successfully complete the educational interpreter performance assessment with a score of 3 or better. This assessment may be accepted as equivalent to one semester credit under subd. 2. One additional credit may be earned under subd. 2. by successfully completing one written knowledge examination under the registry of interpreters for the deaf.
PI 34.34(3)(c)1.f. f. Educational interpreters who work as oral interpreters are exempt from meeting the requirement under this subdivision if a letter of verification is submitted to the department from the employing school district stating that the interpreter works as an oral interpreter only.
PI 34.34(3)(c)2. 2. An applicant shall receive 6 credits of continuing professional education from an accredited 2 or 4 year college or university. A person serving as a mentor may earn up to 2 credits in meeting the requirement under this subdivision.
PI 34.34(3)(c)3. 3. An applicant shall complete a professional development plan under s. PI 34.18 (2).
PI 34.34(4) (4)Educational interpreter — deaf or hard of hearing five-year nonrenewable license.
PI 34.34(4)(a)(a) A 5-year nonrenewable educational interpreter — deaf or hard of hearing license may be issued to an applicant who meets the requirements under sub. (3) (a) 4. a. but lacks requirements under sub. (3) (a) 1., 2., or 3.
PI 34.34(4)(b) (b) A 5-year nonrenewable license may be issued to an applicant who meets the requirements under sub. (3) (b) but lacks the specified credits.
PI 34.34(5) (5)Educational interpreter — deaf or hard of hearing substitute license. A 5-year substitute educational interpreter — deaf or hard of hearing license may be issued to an applicant who meets one of the following:
PI 34.34(5)(a) (a) Holds or is eligible to hold an educational interpreter license.
PI 34.34(5)(b) (b) Holds the equivalent license in another state.
PI 34.34(5)(c) (c) Is at least 18 years of age, holds a valid certificate from the national registry of interpreters for the deaf or department of health services quality assurance verification under ch. DHS 77 or the equivalent.
PI 34.34(5)(d) (d) Proof of completion of an interpreter training program.
PI 34.34(6) (6)Educational interpreter — deaf or hard of hearing one year permit.
PI 34.34(6)(a)(a) A one-year educational interpreter — deaf or hard of hearing permit which authorizes the holder to be employed as an educational interpreter may be issued to a person who seeks a license as an educational interpreter for pupils who are deaf or hard of hearing but does not meet the license requirements for an educational interpreter. A permit issued under this subsection is valid for a period not to exceed one year and expires on June 30, unless an earlier expiration is stated on the permit. The district administrator or designated official of the employing school district shall request a permit in writing with full explanation and justification of the need. The request shall state that a search was conducted for a fully licensed educational interpreter for pupils who are deaf or hard of hearing and that a fully licensed educational interpreter is not available.
PI 34.34(6)(b) (b) The district administrator or designated official of the employing school district may request that a permit be renewed. The permit may be renewed if, between the date of issuance and the proposed renewal date, the applicant satisfactorily makes progress toward meeting the licensing requirements under sub. (3).
PI 34.34(7) (7)Indian home school coordinator, language and culture aide license.
PI 34.34(7)(a)(a) A license to serve as an aide or home-school coordinator in an American Indian language and culture education program shall be issued as specified under s. 115.28 (17) (b), Stats., to an applicant who is recommended as competent to serve in the position by the employing school district administrator or the employing administrator of an alternative school and by the designee of the tribal council or by the designee of the local American Indian parent advisory committee described under s. 115.735, Stats.
PI 34.34(7)(b) (b) The designee of the tribal council or the local American Indian parent advisory committee shall be competent in the target Indian language and knowledgeable about the history and culture of the target Indian population.
PI 34.34(7)(c) (c) A license to serve as an aide in an American Indian language and culture program is not mandatory.
PI 34.34(8) (8)Indian language, history and culture license.
PI 34.34(8)(a)1.1. A license to teach Indian language or to teach Indian history and culture in an American Indian language and culture education program may be issued as specified under s. 115.28 (17) (a), Stats., to an applicant who holds or is eligible for a teaching license and who is recommended by the employing school district administrator or the employing administrator of an alternative school and by the designee of the tribal council or by the designee of the local American Indian parent advisory committee described under s. 115.735, Stats., as possessing the following competencies and who provides the department with evidence of possessing the following competencies:
PI 34.34(8)(a)1.a. a. To teach Indian language, the applicant shall demonstrate the ability to read, speak, write English and the target Indian language with fluency and accuracy and the ability to teach the target Indian language.
PI 34.34(8)(a)1.b. b. To teach Indian history and culture, the applicant shall demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the history and culture of the target pupil population and the ability to teach the history and culture of the target pupil population.
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