Administrator Professional Certification (Admin ProCert) is a job-embedded, contextualized professional development process and requirement for second-tier certification. The process focuses on increasing leadership skills in order to impact student learning.
Click here to see a listing of: Approved Admin ProCert Programs (noted as "ProCert Available or ProCert Only").
Information about your residency administrator certificate, reissuance or renewal contact the OSPI Certification office at email@example.com or see their web site: http://www.k12.wa.us/certification/Administrator/Residency2.aspx
Information about maintaining your professional certification and professional growth plans (PGPs) for certificate renewal (complete 4 PGPs with 5 years): http://www.k12.wa.us/certification/Administrator/ProCert-RenewalInfo.aspx
Candidates may complete integrated products based on the six Standards, at the professional benchmarks, or higher, to demonstrate their effectiveness as school leaders. These products are job-embedded and provide a consistent structure and emphasis for all candidates:
All candidates complete the Action Research on Student Learning product (formerly known as Product 1) based on Standard 2. Candidates give a presentation on their action research to a panel of current and recently retired administrators who have been trained to evaluate the panel presentation. The panel will score the candidate's presentation using the Panel Presentation Rubric. The other integrated products may be used as needed to demonstrate proficiency with all six Standards.
Action Research for Student Learning Narrative
Candidates use a required template for the Action Research on Student Learning narrative:
The program assesses the candidate's Action Research for Student Learning narrative and artifacts with the following rubrics:
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