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Early Childhood through Middle Childhood

Birth-Age 11

The Elementary Education EC–MC license is designed for candidates interested in teaching in early childhood and elementary schools. Elementary Education EC–MC students may choose to pursue a minor. Listed below are the steps for obtaining additional licensure.

Transcript Review

  • Submit a transcript review request to see which courses you must complete to obtain licensure for this new developmental level.

Program Application

  • Submit the Add-On Program Application for acceptance into the program to your Program Coordinator at the Center for Additional Teaching Licenses. 

  • A final determination of your individualized course plan will be developed for the license you wish to obtain. 

Coursework

  • Complete the coursework for your new license at an accredited two- or four-year institution.

  • Courses may be taken on campus or via distance learning. 

  • All courses not taken at UW Oshkosh must be approved by your Program Coordinator prior to enrollment.

  • Compacted courses, both in credit and time, are available for our EC-MC candidates.

Note: Submitting Academic Life Experience in lieu of course deficiencies is an option; contact your Program Coordinator for more information. 

Content Tests

  • Please refer to your Acceptance Letter for the specific content test(s) required for your additional licensure.

  • Pass the Wisconsin Foundation of Reading Test AND Praxis II Exam (Middle School Content Knowledge Code#0146).

  • Praxis II scores are sent to you electronically.  It is your responsibility to submit your scores to the Center

Practicum

  • 
Complete a 3 credit/60 hour practicum in the new developmental area. Tuition is due during the semester in which you are enrolled.

  • The candidate should teach/interact in multiple core components/content areas of the development level. Experience at both the early childhood and elementary levels is highly recommended.

  • Submit the required plan and acknowledgement form at least 2 weeks prior to your desired start date.

Portfolio

  • Create a professional portfolio, 
aligned with Wisconsin Educator Standards (PI 34), to document your growth in knowledge, skills and dispositions in the new developmental area.

License Application

  • The DPI is no longer accepting paper license applications!  Please see this page for more information on how to process your application.

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by Ruedinger, Erika L last modified Aug 26, 2014 03:04 PM
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WOW! This program is fantastic! After checking into several options, it was clear that the Add On Licensure Program at UWO was perfect for me! They were able to work with me to determine what courses I needed to complete ...Read More