WSR 00-09-047

PERMANENT RULES

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION


[ Filed April 14, 2000, 12:34 p.m. ]

Date of Adoption: March 24, 2000.

Purpose: The amendments and new sections add supporting endorsements for teaching certificates in a number of subject areas and clarify the field experience requirements for supporting endorsements.

Citation of Existing Rules Affected by this Order: Amending WAC 180-82-204, 180-82-342, and 180-82-343.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 28A.410.010.

Adopted under notice filed as WSR 00-05-083 on February 15, 2000.

Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Comply with Federal Statute: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; Federal Rules or Standards: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; or Recently Enacted State Statutes: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted at Request of a Nongovernmental Entity: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted on the Agency's Own Initiative: New 5, Amended 3, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Clarify, Streamline, or Reform Agency Procedures: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted Using Negotiated Rule Making: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; Pilot Rule Making: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; or Other Alternative Rule Making: New 5, Amended 3, Repealed 0. Effective Date of Rule: Thirty-one days after filing.

March 28, 2000

Larry Davis

Executive Director

OTS-3780.2


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 99-04-008, filed 1/21/99, effective 2/21/99)

WAC 180-82-204
Endorsement requirements.

(1) Candidates for all primary ((and supporting)) teaching endorsements shall complete college/university programs approved by the state board of education pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, which include methodology (See WAC 180-78A-264(5)) and field experience/internship (See WAC 180-78A-264(7)) ((for the first endorsement)).

(2) ((Colleges and universities shall consider modifying program requirements for individuals adding endorsements, based on the individual's previous course work, student teaching/internship, an assessment of the individual's knowledge and skills in the area of the endorsement being sought and other related endorsement areas, and previous teaching experience. In cases where individuals are employed as teachers,)) Candidates for all supporting teaching endorsements shall complete college/university programs approved by the state board of education pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, which shall include methodology (see WAC 180-78A-264(5)). The requirement for field experience/internship for a supporting endorsement shall be at the discretion of the college/university: Provided, That in cases where programs require a field experience/internship the colleges and universities ((may)) should make every attempt to allow the individual to complete field-based requirements for the endorsement within the confines of the individual's existing schedule.

(3) The state board of education shall approve teacher preparation programs for each endorsement program at Washington colleges and universities, pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC.

(4) Candidates from out-of-state shall be required to present verification that they completed a state-approved program (equivalent to a major) in a Washington endorsement area.

(5) Course work used to meet endorsement requirements must be completed through a regionally accredited college/university.

(6) Only course work in which an individual received a grade of C (2.0) or higher or a grade of pass on a pass-fail system of grading shall be counted toward the course work required for the approved endorsement program.

(7) Nothing within this chapter precludes a college or university from adopting additional requirements as conditions for recommendation, by such college or university, to the superintendent of public instruction for a particular subject area endorsement.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-04-008, 180-82-204, filed 1/21/99, effective 2/21/99.]


NEW SECTION
WAC 180-82-311
Designated arts: Choral, instrumental, or general music -- All levels, supporting.

In order to receive a supporting endorsement in designated arts: Choral, instrumental, or general music, the candidate shall have completed a state-approved preparation program in designated arts: Choral, instrumental, or general music which shall include the appropriate pedagogy courses and field experiences/internship, pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, as well as twenty-four quarter credit hours (sixteen semester credit hours) from the subject areas below. Through the completion of this course work and/or an alternative performance-based assessment acceptable to the college/university, the candidate shall have demonstrated knowledge and skills from the following areas:

(1) Performance in-depth study of instrument or voice.

(2) Aural skills and analysis.

(3) Composition and improvision.

(4) Performance repertory (e.g., instrumental, choral, solo, world music).

(5) Technology.

(6) Conducting.

(7) Arranging.

(8) Theory analysis of music literature.

(9) Equipment and facilities safety.

(10) Social, cultural, and historical contexts and connections.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 180-82-313
Designated arts: Visual arts -- All levels, supporting.

In order to receive a supporting endorsement in designated arts: Visual arts, the candidate shall have completed a state-approved preparation program in designated arts: Visual arts which shall include the appropriate pedagogy courses and field experiences/internship, pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, as well as twenty-four quarter credit hours (sixteen semester credit hours) from the subject areas below. Through the completion of this course work and/or an alternative performance-based assessment acceptable to the college/university, the candidate shall have demonstrated knowledge and skills from the following areas:

(1) Skills and techniques in multiple media (e.g., painting, sculpture, drawing, computer, photography).

(2) Composition and production using design principles.

(3) Analysis and interpretation of art.

(4) Social, cultural and historical contexts and connections.

(5) Material, equipment, and facilities safety.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 180-82-335
English -- Secondary, supporting.

In order to receive a supporting endorsement in English the candidate shall have completed a state-approved preparation program in English which shall include the appropriate pedagogy courses and field experiences/internship, pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, as well as twenty-four quarter credit hours (sixteen semester credit hours) from the subject areas below. Through the completion of this course work and/or alternative performance-based assessment acceptable to the college/university, the candidate shall have demonstrated knowledge and skills from the following areas:

(1) The reading process (e.g., skills and strategies).

(2) The writing process (e.g., expository, technical, narrative).

(3) Communication (e.g., speaking, listening, and analyzing).

(4) Language skills (conventions) and structure (social/historical).

(5) Literature (e.g., American, British, world, and multicultural).

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NEW SECTION
WAC 180-82-340
Health/fitness -- All levels, primary.

In order to receive a primary endorsement in health/fitness the candidate shall have completed a state approved preparation program in health/fitness which shall be comprised of the appropriate pedagogy courses and field experiences/internship, pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, as well as forty-five quarter credit hours (thirty semester credit hours) in the subject areas below. Through the completion of this course work and/or an alternative performance-based assessment acceptable to the college/university the candidate shall have demonstrated knowledge and skills in the following areas:

(1) Foundations of health and fitness

(2) Safe living, including first aid and CPR.

(3) Scientific foundations for health and fitness (i.e., anatomy exercise physiology, kinesiology/biomechanics, psychomotor maturation and development, and motor learning).

(4) Movement, activities, and application with attention to special needs populations.

(5) Coordinated health education (i.e., alcohol and other drugs, diseases, injury prevention, human relationships, nutrition, HIV prevention, and abuse prevention).

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Reviser's note: The typographical error in the above section occurred in the copy filed by the agency and appears in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.
NEW SECTION
WAC 180-82-341
Health/fitness -- All levels, supporting.

In order to receive a supporting endorsement in health/fitness the candidate shall have completed a state-approved preparation program in health/fitness which shall include the appropriate pedagogy courses and field experiences/internship, pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, as well as twenty-four quarter credit hours (sixteen semester credit hours) from the subject areas below. Through the completion of this course work and/or an alternative performance-based assessment acceptable to the college/university the candidate shall have demonstrated knowledge and skills from the following areas:

(1) Foundations of health and fitness.

(2) Safe living, including first aid and CPR.

(3) Scientific foundations for health and fitness (i.e., anatomy exercise physiology, kinesiology/biomechanics, psychomotor maturation and development, and motor learning).

(4) Movement, activities, and application with attention to special needs populations.

(5) Coordinated health education (i.e., alcohol and other drugs, diseases, injury prevention, human relationships, nutrition, HIV prevention, and abuse prevention).

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AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 99-04-008, filed 1/21/99, effective 2/21/99)

WAC 180-82-342
((Health/fitness)) History -- All levels, primary.

In order to receive a primary endorsement in ((health/fitness)) history the candidate shall have completed a state-approved preparation program in ((health/fitness)) history which shall be comprised of the appropriate pedagogy courses and field experiences/internship, pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, as well as forty-five quarter credit hours (thirty semester credit hours) in the subject areas below. Through the completion of this course work and/or an alternative performance-based assessment acceptable to the college/university the candidate shall have demonstrated knowledge and skills in the following areas:

(1) ((Foundations of health and fitness

(2) Safe living, including first aid and CPR.

(3) Scientific foundations for health and fitness (i.e., anatomy exercise physiology, kinesiology/biomechanics, psychomotor maturation and development, and motor learning).

(4) Movement, activities, and application with attention to special needs populations.

(5) Coordinated health education (i.e., alcohol and other drugs, diseases, injury prevention, human relationships, nutrition, HIV prevention, and abuse prevention).)) Pacific Northwest history.

(2) United States history, including chronological, thematic, multicultural, ethnic, and women's history.

(3) World, regional, or country history.

(4) Civics/political science/United States government.

(5) Geography.

(6) Economics.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-04-008, 180-82-342, filed 1/21/99, effective 2/21/99.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 99-04-008, filed 1/21/99, effective 2/21/99)

WAC 180-82-343
History -- Secondary, ((primary)) supporting.

In order to receive a ((primary)) supporting endorsement in history the candidate shall have completed a state-approved preparation program in history which shall be comprised of the appropriate pedagogy courses and field experiences/internship, pursuant to chapter 180-78A WAC, as well as ((forty-five)) twenty-four quarter credit hours (((thirty)) sixteen semester credit hours) ((in)) from the subject areas below. Through the completion of this course work and/or alternative performance-based assessment acceptable to the college/university, the candidate shall have demonstrated knowledge and skills ((in)) from the following areas:

(1) Pacific Northwest history.

(2) United States history, including chronological, thematic, multicultural, ethnic, and women's history.

(3) World, regional, or country history.

(4) Civics/political science/United States government.

(5) Geography.

(6) Economics.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). 99-04-008, 180-82-343, filed 1/21/99, effective 2/21/99.]

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