PI 34 Standards

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PI 34 Standards

Wisconsin’s Quality Educator Initiative - PI 34

To receive a license to teach in Wisconsin, an applicant shall complete an approved program and demonstrate a proficient performance in the knowledge, skills, and dispositions under all of the teacher standards.

If you plan to be licensed as a teacher, there are 10 Wisconsin Teacher Standards

If your plan is to work as an administrator, there are 7 Wisconsin Administrator Standards.

If your plan is to work in the pupil services area (e.g., School Social Worker, School Counselor, School Psychologist), there are 7 Wisconsin Pupil Service Personnel Standards.

 

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

The Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) Standards, in correlation with the Wisconsin Teacher Standards and the College of Education and Human Services Conceptual Model, serve as the foundation for student teacher evaluation and an example of how UW Oshkosh has blended its existing philosophy with that of PI 34.  As a cooperating teacher, you are responsible for evaluating your student teacher on each standard through the perspective of knowledge, skills and dispositions seen in a beginning teacher.

 

Cooperating Teacher Role

Your role is to know and understand not only what the standards are but how they are interpreted in action in your classroom so that you are able to fairly and effectively assess and evaluate your student teacher.

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