Teachers who already hold a license and want to add Early Childhood Special Education (809), can contact the Special Education Department by emailing email@example.com or calling 262 472-1106. Once admitted to the university, an Early Childhood Education advisor can provide further information regarding the add-on teaching license in Early Childhood Special Education (WI # 809). A student can choose to pursue courses at the graduate level or undergraduate level.
Required ECRE (Early Childhood Regular Education Classes) Most courses are available online with ECE4U
Select 3-6 additional methods course credits (as discussed with advisor, below are two online options)
Core Courses, Practicums and Tests
Phase IV and Directed Teaching - complete Phase 4 Portfolio in seminar or Assigned ARtifacts independently (if already licensed in ECE).
Students with a baccalaureate degree outside of Education seeking initial licensure in Early Childhood Education (dual licensure) need to apply for the dual licensure Early Childhood Education program. For more information see: http://www.uww.edu/coeps/advising-admissions/advising/post-bacc-seeking-initial-teaching-license. Admission for the Early Childhood Education major (face to face on campus cohort) is in the fall and for the ECE4U program in the spring.