Collaborative Planning Consortium          High Point University               April 12, 2013            Rachel McBroom   ...
Priorities1. Communication2. Program Approval3. Reporting
Priority I: Communication• IHE Wiki• Updating DPI website (ongoing)• DPI listservs• Professional Development  – IHE instit...
Priority I: CommunicationQuestions/Comments
Priority II: Program Approval• Revisioning/Remodeling = re-authorization  of existing programs/initial approval for new  p...
Priority II: Program Approval• Changes to Approved Blueprints  – Campuses can make changes to currently    approved electr...
Priority II: Program Approval• There will not be a state level review of electronic  evidences in any licensure area this ...
Priority III: Reporting• RttT IHE Report Cards available at     http://www.ncpublicschools.org/ihe/• Each campus was provi...
Priorities II & III: Program Approval &ReportingQuestions/Comments
MTEL UpdateLicensure Area         New Testing Requirements                       Effective July 1, 2014Elementary Educatio...
MTEL UpdateLicensure Area               New Testing Requirements                             Effective July 1, 2014Special...
MTEL Update• Pearson will have a NC specific website ready by  late spring (April/May).• Test objectives, practice tests, ...
7 Components of North CarolinaRead to Achieve• Comprehensive Reading Plan• Developmental Screening and KEA• Facilitating E...
SB 724 (signed into law 2012)Teacher Preparation• …shall ensure students preparing to teach in  elementary schools…(i) hav...
SB 724Teacher Preparation• …shall ensure students preparing to teach in  elementary schools…(ii) are assessed prior to  ce...
SB 724Teacher Preparation• …shall ensure students preparing to teach in  elementary schools…(iii)continue to receive  prep...
SB 724Teacher Preparation• …shall ensure students preparing to teach in  elementary schools…(iv) are prepared to integrate...
Thank you & for more informationcontact…      Rachel A. McBroom, Ph.D.      Director of Educator Preparation      rachel.m...
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Collaborative Planning Consortium April 2013

  1. 1. Collaborative Planning Consortium High Point University April 12, 2013 Rachel McBroom http://ihe.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
  2. 2. Priorities1. Communication2. Program Approval3. Reporting
  3. 3. Priority I: Communication• IHE Wiki• Updating DPI website (ongoing)• DPI listservs• Professional Development – IHE institutes – Reading 3D workshops for IHE faculty – IHE specific RESA Sessions 13-14
  4. 4. Priority I: CommunicationQuestions/Comments
  5. 5. Priority II: Program Approval• Revisioning/Remodeling = re-authorization of existing programs/initial approval for new programs• Blueprints for new programs will be presented to SBE twice a year (Dec – Jan & Jun – Jul). Guidelines on the IHE wiki and DPI website.
  6. 6. Priority II: Program Approval• Changes to Approved Blueprints – Campuses can make changes to currently approved electronic evidences without notifying DPI. Document the changes and why the changes were made. Contact Rachel McBroom to discuss the process if your campus plans to implement entirely new evidences.
  7. 7. Priority II: Program Approval• There will not be a state level review of electronic evidences in any licensure area this summer.• Our immediate focus will be on the continuing program approval process and potential alignment with CAEP standards.
  8. 8. Priority III: Reporting• RttT IHE Report Cards available at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/ihe/• Each campus was provided NCEES data disaggregated by licensure area via secure server
  9. 9. Priorities II & III: Program Approval &ReportingQuestions/Comments
  10. 10. MTEL UpdateLicensure Area New Testing Requirements Effective July 1, 2014Elementary Education Massachusetts Test for Education Licensure (MTEL): Foundations of Reading (90) - will be called Foundations of Reading for NC & Massachusetts Test of General Curriculum (03) – will be called General Curriculum Tests for NC
  11. 11. MTEL UpdateLicensure Area New Testing Requirements Effective July 1, 2014Special Education: General PRAXIS 0543 Special EducationCurriculum & Massachusetts Test for Education Licensure (MTEL): Foundations of Reading (90) - will be called Foundations of Reading for NC & Massachusetts Test of General Curriculum (03) – will be called General Curriculum Tests for NC
  12. 12. MTEL Update• Pearson will have a NC specific website ready by late spring (April/May).• Test objectives, practice tests, and faculty guides available at http://www.mtel.nesinc.com/index.asp• Guidance on Math Course preparation available at http://www.doe.mass.edu/mtel/MathGuidance.pdf
  13. 13. 7 Components of North CarolinaRead to Achieve• Comprehensive Reading Plan• Developmental Screening and KEA• Facilitating Early Grade Reading Proficiency• Elimination of Social Promotion• Successful Reading Development for Retained Students• Parent/Guardian Notification• Accountability Measures
  14. 14. SB 724 (signed into law 2012)Teacher Preparation• …shall ensure students preparing to teach in elementary schools…(i) have adequate coursework in teaching reading and mathematics;…
  15. 15. SB 724Teacher Preparation• …shall ensure students preparing to teach in elementary schools…(ii) are assessed prior to certification to determine that they possess the requisite knowledge in scientifically based reading and mathematics instruction that is aligned with the State Boards expectations; …• MTEL/NC Foundations of Reading and General Curriculum Testing Requirement July 1, 2014
  16. 16. SB 724Teacher Preparation• …shall ensure students preparing to teach in elementary schools…(iii)continue to receive preparation in applying formative and summative assessments within the school and classroom setting through technology-based assessment systems available in North Carolina schools that measure and predict expected student improvement;…• Reading 3D
  17. 17. SB 724Teacher Preparation• …shall ensure students preparing to teach in elementary schools…(iv) are prepared to integrate arts education across the curriculum.
  18. 18. Thank you & for more informationcontact… Rachel A. McBroom, Ph.D. Director of Educator Preparation rachel.mcbroom@dpi.nc.gov

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