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LIST OF EXHIBITS FOR STANDARD 1

EXHIBIT  1d.1

 Assessment Plan Results

Student Teaching/Internship

Fall 2006—Fall 2007

 

Assessment Plan Items
Scale of 1-4

Fall 2006

N=103

Spring 2007

N=125

Fall 2007

N=103

1.

Develops well constructed assessment instruments/procedures/performances which adhere to the principles of good test and/or performance assessment construction.  It is apparent that the teacher candidate understands alignment and there is evidence that there has been a genuine attempt to align these elements of the instructional process.

3.78

3.75

3.85

2.

Uses appropriate and effective assessment technique(s): The pre- and post- assessment methods and instruments were appropriate for measuring the knowledge and skills described in the objective(s).  The plan for assessment relates to the content or body of instruction.

3.84

3.74

3.83

3.

Produces evidence of student academic growth under his/her instruction: The teacher candidate reports in the reflective summary that a majority (more than 50%) of the students met all objectives and is consistent with the information on the “analyzing the results” chart.  At least 80% of students not meeting all objectives made substantial gains from pre- to post-assessment.

3.84

3.82

3.90

4.

Interprets and utilizes standardized/non-standardized test results:  For each student who demonstrated little or no gain from pre- to post-assessment, there is a plausible explanation of circumstances that may have impeded student learning.  The teacher candidate describes strategies he/she has used or has planned to use top help low achieving students accomplish the objective(s) of the work sample.

3.74

3.56

3.79

 

Overall

3.80

3.72

3.84

 

The Scale is:     1. Has not developed or used this skill

                        2. Is beginning to incorporate this skill

                        3. Uses this skill appropriately and competently

4. Uses this skill consistently with a high degree of competence and confidence.

 


 

  

 


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