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Program Standards for Bilingual Authorization. Jo A. Birdsell, Ed.D. Commission on Teacher Credentialing Technical Assistance Meetings November 21 & 25, 2008. Commission on Teacher Credentialing Ensuring Educator Excellence. Today’s Topics. Bilingual Authorization Basics
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Program Standards for Bilingual Authorization Jo A. Birdsell, Ed.D. Commission on Teacher Credentialing Technical Assistance Meetings November 21 & 25, 2008 Commission on Teacher Credentialing Ensuring Educator Excellence

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Today\'s Topics Bilingual Authorization Basics Standards for Bilingual Authorization Options: Program and/or Examination Responding to the Standards Review Process Transition Timeline Participation in the Accreditation System

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Bilingual Authorization Basics Built after fundamental showing qualification: Multiple Subject, Single Subject, or Education Specialist certification If out of state or pre-2042, must have EL approval

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Bilingual Authorization Basics TPA is passed in 2042 program, not in bilingual approval program.

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Bilingual Authorization Basics Student educating in dialect of approval is not required. However Standard 6: Assessment of Candidate Language Competence must be met.

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Standard 6 The foundation must confirm, amid the program or at its fruition that the competitor has accomplished, in tuning in, talking, perusing and composing a dialect capability level that is identical to a passing score on the fitting CSET:LOTE dialect examination. The program makes clear rules by which the competitor will be evaluated.

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Bilingual Authorization Basics Coursework toward bilingual approval is excluded in the Multiple or Single Subject unit top

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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities KSAs are the same for both program and exam.

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Program Options Complete a program Pass the three CSET:LOTE examinations Do a mix of program and examination

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Pass 3 CSET LOTE Exams Test IV: Bilingual Methodology Test V: Culture Test III: Language (tuning in, talking, composing)

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Working with BCLAD and CSET LOTE for Bilingual Authorization Candidates who have beforehand passed one or more segments of the BCLAD examination will in any case have the capacity to utilize those scores inside the relevant time of score legitimacy to meet necessities for the bilingual approval. The time of score legitimacy for the BCLAD is seven years. The period score legitimacy for the CSET LOTE Is five years.

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Can Combine BCLAD with CSET… May join to pass the three required bilingual subtests (Bilingual Methodology, Culture, and Language) Example: A possibility for bilingual approval who passed BCLAD subtest 5, Culture, amid the last BCLAD examination in June 2007 who didn\'t pass any of alternate ones would need to pass CSET: LOTE subtests III (Language) and IV (Bilingual Methodology)

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Test 4: Methodology Test 5: Culture Test 6: Language (tuning in, talking, perusing, writing) Test IV: Bilingual Methodology Test V: Culture Test III: Language (tuning in, talking, composing) BCLAD  CSET: LOTE

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The Program: Responding to the Standards Tell unmistakably HOW the program will meet the standard Make beyond any doubt that the HOW is sufficient to meet the standard * The program gives… * Candidates have chances to… * Candidates are required to illustrate…

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Responding to the Standards Evidence- - Course syllabi obviously connected and referenced with the story reaction Program gives—address, perusing, visitor speakers, and so forth. Applicants do—class exercises, assignments, hands on work Required to illustrate—appraisal

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Example From Standard 1: The program demonstrates to competitors generally accepted methods to help learners to get to the K-12 review level substance guideline and how to give benchmarks of English Learners\' advance toward meeting measures as characterized in the CA Curriculum Frameworks (2006).

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Example From Standard 2 During the program, competitors are guided and honed on their execution in bilingual guideline utilizing developmental evaluation forms.

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Examples Excerpts from Standard 3 The … program gives applicants… The program creates competitors who exhibit understanding… Candidates apply information…

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Example Standard 4 or 5 Work with a partner to decide the level of every sentence of the standard. Be prepared to share what the standard is requesting and how a program may give cases of how they address every sentence.

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Review Process Application handle for associate audit Reviewers are prepared at perusing session Reviewers search for The HOW Adequacy of the HOW (coordinated to standard) Evidence in backing of the HOW

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Review Process At first read, analysts settle on one of two choices Standard is Met More data required CTC staff sends data to program contact for extra data or elucidation

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Review Process Revisions and/or augmentations sent back to commentators electronically Process proceeds until all gauges are observed to be Met Program moved to COA plan for endorsement Upon endorsement, official statement sent and presented on CTC site

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Review Process One last stride… Send in a CD or electronic duplicate of the affirmed archive that fuses all progressions made all through the procedure. This will be put away at the Commission. Upon endorsement, program may start at organization\'s circumspection

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Transition Timeline Jan., 2008—program norms affirmed Jan. 1, 2009—AB 1871 (Coto) essentially Feb. 2, 2009—peruser applications due projects are a work in progress at IHEs March 1, and continuous—program entries

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Transition Timeline March 2009 and continuous—COA endorsement of records Dec. 31, 2010 (or sooner)— a day ago to concede contender to old projects. Once new program is endorsed, old projects move to new Dec. 31, 2011—every single old program are no more affirmed

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Participation in Accreditation As projects, you are required to * submit Biennial Reports in Years 1, 3, 5 includes information on hopefuls and completers (consider this as you outline the program) * submit Program Assessment in Year 4

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Participation in Accreditation Participate in the Site Visit Make beyond any doubt interviewees are on timetable Have finish personnel vitae Plus other proper confirmation Handbooks, course assessments, and so on

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Resources English Learner site http://www.ctc.ca.gov/instructor prep/ELA.html Handbook (to be posted in December) jbirdsell@ctc.ca.gov CABTE Surrounding regions and Bilingual Teacher Training Programs (BTTP)

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