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14 DE Admin. Code 1522
The Professional Standards Board, acting in cooperation and collaboration with the Department of Education, seeks the consent of the State Board of Education to amend regulation 14 DE Admin. Code 1522 Elementary School Counselor. The regulation concerns the requirements for certification of educational personnel, pursuant to 14 Del.C. §1220(a). It was necessary to review and amend this regulation in order to adjust the current course count. This regulation sets forth the requirements for an Elementary School Counselor.
Non-regulatory note: Passage on an examination of content knowledge may also be required to obtain this certification. Pursuant to 14 Del.C. §1220 and 14 DE Admin. Code 1505, an examination of content knowledge is required when applicable and available. An examination of content knowledge is applicable and available when approved by the Professional Standards Board with the concurrence of the State Board of Education. See the Department of Education website for additional information.
1.1 This regulation shall apply to the issuance of a Standard Certificate, pursuant to 14 Del.C. §1220(a), for Elementary School Counselor. This certification is required for grades K to five (5), and is valid in grades six (6) to eight (8) in a Middle Level school. A Middle Level School Counselor must hold either an Elementary School Counselor Standard Certificate or a Secondary School Counselor Standard Certificate.
1.2 Except as otherwise provided, the requirements set forth in 14 DE Admin. Code 1505 Standard Certificate, including any subsequent amendment or revision thereto, are incorporated herein by reference.
The definitions set forth in 14 DE Admin. Code 1505 Standard Certificate, including any subsequent amendment or revision thereto, are incorporated herein by reference.
CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation)” – A nonprofit and nongovernmental agency that accredits educator preparation providers (EPPs), which was created when the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) merged in 2013.
3.1 In accordance with 14 Del.C. §1220(a), the Department shall issue a Standard Certificate as an Elementary School Counselor to an educator who has met the following:
3.1.2 Has met the requirements as set forth in 14 DE Admin. Code 1505, Standard Certificate including any subsequent amendment or revision thereto: and
4.1.1 Graduated from an NCATE or specialty organization recognized CAEP educator preparation program unit or from a state approved educator preparation program, where the state approval body employed the appropriate NASDTEC or NCATE national specialty organization standards, offered by a regionally accredited college or university, with a Masters degree in Elementary School Counseling; or
4.1.2 Graduated from a regionally accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in any content area and satisfactorily completed thirty-nine (3039) credits of graduate course work or the equivalent in professional development as approved by the Department in the areas of:
4.1.2.1 Principles and Practices of the School Counseling Program Introduction to School Counseling & Theories (3 credits);
4.1.2.2 Individual Counseling Skills Human Behavior and Child Development (3 credits);
4.1.2.3 Group Counseling Skills Ethical Issues in School Counseling (3 credits);
4.1.2.4 Human Development College & Career Readiness K-12 (3 credits);
4.1.2.5 Developmental Group Guidance Testing, Measurements, and Research in School Counseling (3 credits);
4.1.2.6 Individual and Group Testing for Counselors The Counselor as Consultant (3 credits);
4.1.2.7 Supervised Practicum in Elementary Counseling Special Education Law & the School Counselor’s Role (3 credits);
4.1.2.8 Counseling Theory Group Counseling (3 credits); and
4.1.2.9 Consultation; and Individual Counseling Skills & Strategies (36 credits).
4.1.2.10 Ethical Issues in School Counseling Family Counseling (3 credits).
4.2.3 A supervised school counseling internship clinical experience under the direct supervision of a state certified school counselor of one (1) full year 600 hours in an elementary school setting which is part of a graduate degree program in Elementary School Counseling or arranged by the Department of Education. The internship may be completed over a two (2) year period on a half-time basis.
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