Assessment Summary

 

Type of Achievement

When Assessed

How (Courses and Field Experiences)

Knowledge

  • Content

Knowledge Structure

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

  • Pedagogical

Investigating learning/teaching

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics

Admission to SMSU

Graduation from regionally accredited high school with composite score of 21 - ACT or combined verbal and math score of 970 - SAT OR Graduation from regionally accredited high school with rank in upper half of graduating class AND completion of 4 yrs. English, 3 yrs. mathematics, 3 yrs. Science, 3 yrs. social science, 3 yrs. electives in world language, world culture or the arts, 2 yrs. of single world language.

Dispositions

Human Diversity

Socio-cultural Interactions

Belief & Value Structure

Democracy

SEP 1/2 Subject Matter/Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4/5 Strategies/Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7/8 Planning/Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

   

Skills

Community Building

Leadership

Inquiry

Create Positive Learning Environment

Personal/Professional Growth

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

   

 

Type of Achievement

When Assessed

How (Courses and Field Experiences)

Knowledge

  • Content

Knowledge Structure

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

  • Pedagogical

Investigating learning/teaching

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics

Admission to Teacher Ed.

ECE: 32 semester credits earned

El Ed, Sec/K-12: 64 semester or 96 quarter cr. earned

Minimum GPA 2.8

Minimum Grades B-

ENG 102 Essay

ENG 103 Critical Writing

SPCH 110 Fund. Public Speaking

Written Essay

Exam results from PPST

Recommendation from Academic Advisor

Dispositions

Human Diversity

Socio-cultural Interactions

Belief & Value Structure

Democracy

SEP 1/2 Subject Matter/Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4/5 Strategies/Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7/8 Planning/Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

 

Written Essay

15 hours experience with students and/or families from

a culture different from one's own.

Teacher Education Readiness Inventory

Recommendation from Academic Advisor

Recommendation from Mentor Teacher/Supervisor

Recommendation from Diversity Experience

Interview

Skills

Community Building

Leadership

Inquiry

Create Positive Learning Environment

Personal/Professional Growth

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

Biographical Data

Liability Insurance (Usually membership in Education Minnesota Student Program)

ECE: required membership in NAEYC

Written Essay

15 hours experience with students and/or families from

a culture different from one's own.

Recommendation from Academic Advisor

Recommendation from Mentor Teacher/Supervisor

Recommendation from Diversity Experience

Interview

 

Type of Achievement

When Assessed

How (Courses and Field Experiences)

Knowledge

  • Content

Knowledge Structure

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

  • Pedagogical

Investigating learning/teaching

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics

Course Assessments

Foundations Courses:

(all programs)

Introduction to Education

Human Relations I

Technology: Classroom

Applications

 

Journal Assignments

Exams

Mentoring/Tutoring

Classroom Teacher Observation and Assessment

Internet Resource Unit

Power Point Presentation

Text & Photo Scans

Digital Camera

Microsoft Classroom Tools Projects

Classroom Newsletter

Grade Book on Excel

Dispositions

Human Diversity

Socio-cultural Interactions

Belief & Value Structure

Democracy

SEP 1/2 Subject Matter/Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4/5 Strategies/Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7/8 Planning/Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

Foundations Courses:

(all programs)

Journal Assignments

Interpersonal Strategies

Essays - Who am I?

Why I want to teach.

Mentoring/Tutoring

Classroom Teacher Observation and Assessment

Skills

Community Building

Leadership

Inquiry

Create Positive Learning Environment

Personal/Professional Growth

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

Foundations Courses:

(all programs)

Journal Assignments

Cooperative Group Learning

Mentoring/Tutoring

Micro-Teaching with Feedback

Classroom Teacher Observation and Assessment

Reflection Log of Experiences

Personal Interview with Instructor

Internet Resource Unit

Power Point Presentation

Microsoft Classroom Tools Projects

 

Type of Achievement

When Assessed

How (Courses and Field Experiences)

Knowledge

  • Content

Knowledge Structure

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

  • Pedagogical

Investigating learning/teaching

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics

Admission to ST/Internship

Transcript review

Sec/K-12: List of courses and

credits in major and minor

fields

Formal acceptance into Teacher Education Program

Senior standing

Complete application

Maintain 2.8 GPA

Satisfactory completion of Pre-Student Teaching

Experience

Satisfactory completion of Human Relations I and II

All "I" and "IP" grades satisfactorily completed

Completion of Methods Courses with minimum grade C

Dispositions

Human Diversity

Socio-cultural Interactions

Belief & Value Structure

Democracy

SEP 1/2 Subject Matter/Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4/5 Strategies/Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7/8 Planning/Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

Autobiography

Some schools require fingerprinting

Satisfactory completion of Human Relations I and II

Completion of Methods Courses with minimum grade C

Recommendation from

Major &/or Education Advisor(s)

Depart. Staffing discussions

Skills

Community Building

Leadership

Inquiry

Create Positive Learning Environment

Personal/Professional Growth

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

Completion of Application

Autobiography

Current Liability Insurance

(Usually membership in

Education Minnesota Student

Program)

Satisfactory completion of Human Relations I and II

Completion of Methods Courses with minimum grade C

 

Type of Achievement

When Assessed

How (Courses and Field Experiences)

Knowledge

  • Content

Knowledge Structure

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

  • Pedagogical

Investigating learning/teaching

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics

Program Completion and

Application for Licensure

128 Credits

Minimum GPA 2.8

ECE and El Ed: Action Research Project

Program Portfolio

Pass the PPST

PRAXIS II (Content and PLT)

Satisfactory completion of Student Teaching

Dispositions

Human Diversity

Socio-cultural Interactions

Belief & Value Structure

Democracy

SEP 1/2 Subject Matter/Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4/5 Strategies/Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7/8 Planning/Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

 

ECE and El Ed: Action Research Project

Program Portfolio

Satisfactory completion of Student Teaching/Internship

Skills

Community Building

Leadership

Inquiry

Create Positive Learning Environment

Personal/Professional Growth

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

 

ECE and El Ed: Action Research Project

Program Portfolio

PRAXIS II (Content and PLT)

Satisfactory completion of Student Teaching/Internship

 

Type of Achievement

When Assessed

How (Courses and Field Experiences)

Knowledge

  • Content

Knowledge Structure

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

  • Pedagogical

Investigating learning/teaching

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics

One Year After Graduation

This is under construction.

Dispositions

Human Diversity

Socio-cultural Interactions

Belief & Value Structure

Democracy

SEP 1/2 Subject Matter/Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4/5 Strategies/Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7/8 Planning/Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

   

Skills

Community Building

Leadership

Inquiry

Create Positive Learning Environment

Personal/Professional Growth

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

   

 

Type of Achievement

When Assessed

How (Courses and Field Experiences)

Knowledge

  • Content

Knowledge Structure

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

  • Pedagogical

Investigating learning/teaching

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics

Five Years After Graduation

This is under construction.

Dispositions

Human Diversity

Socio-cultural Interactions

Belief & Value Structure

Democracy

SEP 1/2 Subject Matter/Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4/5 Strategies/Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7/8 Planning/Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

   

Skills

Community Building

Leadership

Inquiry

Create Positive Learning Environment

Personal/Professional Growth

SEP 1 Subject Matter

SEP 2 Student Learning

SEP 3 Diverse Learners

SEP 4 Instructional Strategies

SEP 5 Learning Environment

SEP 6 Communication/Technology

SEP 7 Planning Instruction

SEP 8 Assessment

SEP 9 Reflection/Development

SEP 10 Collaboration/Ethics/Relations

   

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