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EXHIBIT LASS 1.17

 

Southeastern Louisiana University

Final Report on Student Teaching/Internship/Practicum 

 

Directions:       Please evaluate the student teacher/intern in each of the areas listed below.  This evaluation should be completed jointly by the supervising/mentor teacher and the student teacher/intern.  Please use the comments section under each major category to explain your ratings and/or add additional information.  Documentation must be provided for any ratings and/or add additional informational.  Documentation must be provided for any rating of 1. 

 

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

 

 

PLANNING:  The teacher plans effectively for instruction.

2004-2005

2005-

2006

2006-2007

1.

Specifies learner outcomes in clear, concise objectives

3.75

3.81

3.76

2.

Includes activity/activities that develop(s) objectives

3.80

3.87

3.82

3.

Identifies and plans for individual differences

3.42

3.42

3.40

4.

Identifies materials, other than standard materials, as needed for lesson

3.81

3.90

3.85

5.

States method(s) of evaluation to measure learner outcomes

3.67

3.75

3.70

6.

Develops short term and long term instructional plans based on state standards, benchmarks, and/or GLEs

3.60

3.76

3.70

7.

Plans for the use of technology

 

3.66

3.65

8.   

Develops an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and/or Individualized Family Plan (IFSP) as needed for the lesson (Special Education teachers only)

 

3.64

3.29

 

 

 

MANAGEMENT:  The teacher maintains an environment conducive to learning, maximizes the amount of time available for instruction, and manages learner behavior to provide productive learning opportunities.

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007

1.

Organizes available space, materials, and/or equipment to facilitate learning

3.78

3.83

3.86

2.

Promotes a positive learning climate

3.86

3.90

3.89

3.

Manages routines and transitions in a timely manner

3.58

3.68

3.59

4.

Manages and/or adjusts allotted time for activities planned

3.63

3.68

3.65

5.

Establishes expectations for learner behavior

3.69

3.68

3.65

6.

Uses monitoring techniques to facilitate learning

3.67

3.77

3.73

 

 

 

INSTRUCTION:  The student teacher/intern delivers instruction effectively, presents appropriate content, and provides opportunities for student involvement in the learning process.

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007

1.

Initiates lesson effectively

3.73

3.77

3.76

2.

Uses technique(s) which develop(s) lesson objective(s)

3.77

3.81

3.79

3.

Sequences lesson to promote learning

3.76

3.83

3.80

4.

Uses available teaching material(s) to achieve lesson objective(s)

3.76

3.91

3.87

5.

Adjusts lesson when appropriate

3.72

3.76

3.78

6.

Integrates technology into instruction

3.53

3.63

3.68

7.

Presents content at a developmentally appropriate level

3.78

3.80

3.82

8.

Presents accurate subject matter

3.85

3.91

3.86

9.

Relates relevant examples, unexpected situations, or current events to the content

3.60

3.66

3.61

10.

Integrates content across the curriculum

3.45

3.54

3.54

11.

Accommodates individual differences

3.42

3.48

3.44

12.

Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively with students

3.83

3.88

3.85

13.

Stimulates and encourages higher order thinking at the appropriate developmental levels

3.42

3.45

3.43

14.

Encourages student participation

3.90

3.91

3.89

15.

Exhibits enthusiasm toward the subject content

3.83

3.84

3.80

16.

Uses wait time

 

3.70

3.61

17.

Uses effective questioning techniques

3.62

3.63

3.57

18.

Utilizes appropriate motivational techniques

3.72

3.75

3.72

19.

Utilizes an effective lesson closure

3.51

3.57

3.53

20.  

Provides practice of skills 60% of class time for team sports, 50% for individual sports (Physical Education Instruction only)

3.92

3.64

3.74

 

 

 

 

ASSESSMENT:  The student teacher/intern demonstrates ability to assess and facilitate student academic growth.

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007

1.

Consistently monitors ongoing performance of students

3.77

3.82

3.79

2.

Uses appropriate and effective assessment technique(s)

3.70

3.75

3.71

3.

Provides timely feedback to students regarding progress

3.75

3.78

3.75

4.

Produces evidence of student academic growth under his/her instruction

 

3.74

3.73

5.

Develops well constructed assessment instruments/procedures/performances

3.55

3.64

3.67

6.

Utilizes a variety of formal and informal assessment techniques to monitor student learning

3.69

3.70

3.70

7.

Interprets and utilizes standardized/non-standardized test results

3.25

3.29

3.28

 

 

 

 

 

 

OTHER: The student teacher/intern

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007

1.

Participates in grade level and subject area curriculum planning and evaluation

 

3.74

3.71

2.

Establishes cooperative relationships with the supervising teacher, paraprofessionals, parents, students, and other school personnel

3.91

3.93

3.89

3.

Provides clear and timely information to parents/caregivers and colleagues regarding classroom expectations, student progress, and ways they can assist learning

3.70

3.71`

3.65

4.

Has read the School Improvement Plan for the school and discussed it with the supervising/mentor teacher

 

3.76

3.79

5.

Has planned lessons to address the School Improvement Plan

 

3.66

3.64

6.

Exhibits sensitivity to diverse community and cultural norms

3.87

3.85

3.88

7.

Shows awareness of the purposes of professional organizations

3.64

3.75

3.69

8.    

Observes and/or participates in team evaluations (IEP’s, etc.)

3.30

3.26

3.36

 

 

 
 

  

 


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