Mock Program 1

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Mock Program 1

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Program Outcome Direct Measure Performance Standard Rubric or other detail
Content Pedagogy: The teacher candidate explains, interprets, and applies the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline he or she teaches, and can create learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful for students.
  • Demonstrates mastery of content
  • Utilizes content and developmentally appropriate materials, media
  • Delivers instruction sequentially, effectively
  • Student learning is evident
1. GPA

2. Praxis II

1. GPA 2.75 or higher

2. Praxis score of 175 or higher

scores to be uploaded in spreadsheet?
Student Development: The teacher candidate explains how children learn and develop, and provides learning opportunities that support a child’s intellectual, social, and personal development.
  • Uses vocabulary appropriate to age, ability, and interest of learners
  • Differentiates instruction (needs, interests, creativity, diversity)
  • Demonstrates reasonable attempt to establish rapport/relationship with each student
1. Clinical III

2. CAPSL (Candidate Assessment Plan for Student Learning and CAPSL Assessment Form)

1. Rubric Score of Proficient on Standard I, INTASC 2

2. 70% or higher: rubric score of 2 or higher on rubric assessment of Teacher Educatio Portfolio - INTASC Standard 8, Assessment

Diverse Learners: The teacher candidate explains how students differ in their approaches to learning and creates instructional opportunities that are adapted to diverse learners.
  • Demonstrates empathy and respect for diverse learners
  • Provides modifications for diverse and exceptional learners
  • Demonstrates sensitivity to cultural issues and their effects on students
1. Clinical III

2. Portfolio

3. Cultural Diversity Checklist

1. Rubric score of Proficient on Standard II

2. Rubric score of 2 or higher on Standard 3

3. minimum 10 out of 13 items

Multiple Instructional Strategies: The teacher candidate uses a variety of instructional strategies to encourage student development of critical thinking, problem solving, and performance skills.
  • Uses a variety of strategies
  • Matches strategies to instructional objectives and student needs
  • Monitors and adjusts strategies
1. Clinical III

2. Portfolio

3. Concept Map for unit strategies

1. Rubric Score of Proficient on Standard III, INTASC 4

2. Rubric Score of 2 or higher on Standard 4

3. Multiple Intelligences Concept map score of 31 or higher

Motivation and Management: The teacher candidate interprets information about individual and group motivation and behavior and creates learning environments that encourage positive social interaction, active engagement in learning, and self-motivation.
  • Effectively manages individual, small group, and large group activities
  • Designs and executes an organized, supportive, and efficient environment conducive to learning
  • Manages time effectively
  • Uses appropriate disciplinary techniques
  • Sets clear expectations and consequences for student behavior
1. Clinical III

2. Portfolio

1. Rubric Rating of Proficient on Standard III, INTASC 5

2. Rubric Score of 2 or higher on Standard 5

Communication and Technology: The teacher candidate demonstrates the ability to apply knowledge of effective verbal, nonverbal, and media communication techniques to foster active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction in the classroom.
  • Utilizes and integrates appropriate and current technology (when available)
  • Use correct standard English in spoken and written forms
  • Provides clear directions, information, and examples.
  • Speaks clearly, enunciates words, uses appropriate volume and rate, and is free from distracting mannerisms
  • Speaks confidently and uses appropriate enthusiasm
  • Utilizes nonverbal techniques
  • Uses legible handwriting
1. Clinical III

2. Portfolio

1. Rubric Score of Proficient on Standard III, INTASC 6

2. Rubric score of Proficient or better on Standard 6

Planning: The teacher candidate plans instruction based upon knowledge of subject matter, students, the community, and curriculum goals.
  • Develops long term and short term plans that clearly relate to student needs, state and national content standards and objectives, include appropriate application activities, and evaluation measures.
  • Submits plans in advance for approval
1. Portfolio 1. Rubric Score of Proficient on Standard 7
Assessment: The teacher candidate uses formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate and ensure the continuous intellectual, social, and physical development of the learner.
  • Monitors student progress with a variety of assessments
  • Maintains neat, accurate, and complete records
  • Utilizes assessment data for reteaching and other appropriate purposes
  • Provides respectful and appropriate feedback in a timely manner.
1. Portfolio


1. Rubric Score of Proficient or higher on Standard 8

2. 70% or better, rubric score of 2 or higher

Reflective Practice and Professio

nal Development: The teacher candidate continually evaluates the effects of his or her choices and actions on others and actively seeks out opportunities to grow professionally.

  • Monitors personal/professional growth by recording daily reflections
  • Uses results of instruction to modify, provide corrective work, seek help, improve content knowledge, and locate resources
  • Use feedback to make changes in planning/teaching/evaluation process.
1. Portfolio

2. Interview

3. Group Performance Rating Scale

1. Rubric Score of Proficient on Standard 9

2. Rubric score of 2 or higher

3. minimum score of 25 points from a peer

School and Community Involvement: The teacher candidate fosters relationships with school colleagues, parents, and agencies in the larger community to support students’ learning and well-being.
  • Relates to student, personnel, and parents with courtesy, tact, and discretion.
  • Maintains confidentiality
  • Dresses professionally
  • Attends and participates in school and related functions
  • Exhibits conscientious execution of responsibilities, attendance, punctuality, school policies, cooperation, care of school property and resources.

1. Portfolio

1. Rubric Score 2 or higher on Standard 9 *Teacher Education Portfolio Rubric