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School of Education

Report
Observation October 2022
1 | Table of Content:
Instruction Rubric Field Experience Evaluation
Instruction Rubric Professional Education Dispositions
Graphical Analysis per segment
Graphical Analysis School Of Education
2| Instruction Rubric
These are detailed explanations of each rubric and the assessment criteria for the Field Experience Evaluation
U - Unsatisfactory
B - Basic
P - Proficient
D - Distinguished
DOMAIN 1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
1A: Demonstrating [Applying] Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy | IInTASC 4, CAEP R1.2, Class Measures 2.1, LTPC GC.B, CLASS PreK-3, Instrct Learning, Concept Develop. SPA Aligned
1B: Demonstrating Knowledge of Students [Knowing and Valuing Students] | InTASC 1, 2, 7, CAEP R1.1, R1.3, Class Measures 2.3, CLASS PreK-3, Rgrd for Stdnt. Prsp
1C: Setting Instructional Outcomes (Citing Standards/Unpacking Standards) | InTASC 1, CAEP R1.1, LTPC GC.CDEG, Class Measures 2.1
1D: Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources [Using Resources Effectively] | Class Measures 2.1
1E: Designing [Planning] Coherent Instruction | InTASC 1, 4, 7, CAEP R1.1, R1.2, R1.3
DOMAIN 2: LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
2A: Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport [Cultivating Respectful and Affirming Environments] | InTASC 3, CAEP R1.1, CLASS PreK-3, Positive Climate, Negative Climate, Teacher Sensitivity, Rgrd for Stdnt. Prsp. Behavior Mngmnt.
2B: Establishing [Fostering] a Culture for Learning | LTPC GC.CFG, Class Measures 2.3, CLASS PreK-3, Positive Climate, Behavior Mngmnt., Productivity
2C: Managing Classroom Procedures [Maintaining Purposeful Environments] | InTASC 3, CAEP R1.1, LTPC GC.CFG, CLASS PreK-3, Behavior Mngmnt., Productivity
2D: Managing Student Behavior [Supporting Positive Student Behavior] | LTPC GC.CFG, CLASS PreK-3, Behavior Mngmnt.
2E: Organizing Physical Space [Organizing Spaces for Learning] |

DOMAIN 3: INSTRUCTION [LEARNING EXPERIENCES]
3A: Communicating with Students [Communicating About Purpose and Content] | InTASC 5, CAEP R1.2, LTPC GC.B, Class Measures 2.1, 2.3, SPA Aligned | CLASS PreK-3: Rgrd for Stdnt. Prsp., Concept Development, Quality Feedback, Language Modeling
3B: Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques | InTASC 8, CAEP R1.3, LTPC GC.G, Class Measures 2.3, | CLASS PreK-3: Concept Development, Quality Feedback, Language Modeling
3C: Engaging Students in Learning | InTASC 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, CAEP R1.1, R1.2, LTPC GC.CDEFG, Class Measures 2.3 | CLASS PreK-3: Concept Development, Quality Feedback, Language Modeling, SPA Aligned
3D: Using Assessment in Instruction [Using Assessment for Learning] | CFUs, InTASC 6, CAEP R1.3, LTPC GC.CH, Class Measures 2.3 | CLASS PreK-3: Quality Feedback, SPA Aligned
3E: Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness [Responding Flexibly to Student Needs] | InTASC 5, 8, CAEP R1.2, LTPC GC.BG, Class Measures 2.3 | CLASS PreK-3: Teacher Sensitivity, Rgrd for Stdnt Persp., SPA Aligned
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DOMAIN 4: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES [PRINCIPLED TEACHING]
4A:Reflecting on Teaching [Engaging in Reflective Practice] | InTASC 9, CAEP R1.4, Class Measures 2.4
4B: Maintaining Accurate Records [Documenting Student Progress] | InTASC 6, 9, CAEP R1.3, Class Measures 2.3, SPA Aligned
4C: Communicating with Families | CAEP R1.1, LTPC D, Class Measures 2.4
4D: Participating in a Professional Community | InTASC 9, CAEP R1.4, LTPC CE
4E: Growing and Developing Professionally | InTASC 9, CAEP R1.4, LTPC CE
3| Instruction Rubric
These are detailed explanations of each rubric and the assessment criteria for the Professional Education Dispositions
N–Not able to Assess

U–Unacceptable

I–Improvement Needed
M–Meets Standards
PLANNING AND INSTRUCTION
1.Preparation:
The pre-service teacher candidate comes prepared for all lessons with material ready to go and lesson plans thorough and reviewed prior to teaching.
2.Knowledge:
The pre-service teacher candidate demonstrates content and pedagogical knowledge about the subject area.
3.Flexibility:
The pre-service teacher candidate constantly critiques his or her instructional decisions and adapts the lesson as needed, based on student need.
4.Inclusiveness:
The pre-service teacher candidate appreciates and capitalizes upon student diversity.
5.Facilitator:
The pre-service teacher candidate uses flexible grouping and encourages students to take responsibility for their learning
6.Creativity:
The pre-service teacher candidate exhibits creative thinking and nurtures and supports creativity in the classroom.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT & MANAGEMENT
COMMUNICATION
7.Respect:
The pre-service teacher candidate develops a rapport with the students and creates an environment of mutual respect.
8.Acceptance:
The pre-service teacher candidate is sensitive to individual differences and promotes understanding of students’ various cultural traditions and learning strengths and needs.
9.Fairness:
The pre-service teacher candidate treats all children fairly and promotes fairness in students’ interactions with others.
10.Oral Communication:
The pre-service teacher candidate is articulate, personable, and animated with few grammatical errors in his or her speech.
11.Written Communication:
The pre-service teacher candidate clearly organizes and communicates ideas in writing with few spelling, usage, or grammatical errors.


PROFESSIONALISM
12.Appearance:
The pre-service teacher candidate is professional in grooming and dress and does not cause a distraction in the learning environment.
13.Demeanor:
The pre-service teacher candidate is professional and congenial in interactions with students, peers, teachers, parents, and others.
14.Attendance:
The pre-service teacher candidate is reliable and punctual in attendance
15. Participation:
The pre-service teacher candidate actively participates in classroom and school responsibilities and functions
16.Collaboration:
The pre-service teacher candidate engages in thoughtful collaboration with peers, teachers, and other school personnel.
17.Work Ethic:
The pre-service teacher candidate thoroughly and accurately completes tasks/assignments in a timely manner.
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
18.Reflective Practitioner:
The pre-service teacher candidate regularly examines his or her classroom practices and reflects critically on what can be improved or modified.
19.Open-mindedness:
The pre-service teacher candidate consistently accepts and utilizes constructive criticism from cooperating teachers and university faculty and supervisors.
20.Adaptability:
The pre-service teacher candidate demonstrates the ability to adapt to all aspects of school culture and to change and acclimate to changing responsibilities, materials, and schedules.
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4| Graphical Analysis Per Segment
Early Childhood| PRE-K
Number of Students: 21
Field Experience Evaluation
DOMAIN 1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
Basic: 71% | 15/21
Proficient: 29% | 6/21
DOMAIN 2: LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Basic: 19% | 4/21
Proficient: 81% | 17/21
DOMAIN 3: INSTRUCTION
Basic: 57% | 12/21
Proficient: 43% | 9/21
DOMAIN 4: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Basic: 29% | 6/21
Proficient: 71% | 15/21
TOTAL SCORE

Professional Education Dispositions
PLANNING & INSTRUCTION
Meets Standards: 71%|15/21
Improvement Needed: 29%|6/21
PROFESSIONALISM
Meets Standards: 95% | 20/21
Improvement Needed : 5% | 1/21
ENVIRONMENT & MGNT
Meets Standards: 86% |18/21
Improvement Needed: 14%|3/21
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
Meets Standards: 86% | 18/21
Improvement Needed: 14%|3/21
COMMUNICATION
Meets Standards: 81%|17/21
Improvement Needed: 19%| 4/21
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Elementary |
Number of Students: 39
Data not available: 6
Field Experience Evaluation
DOMAIN 1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
Basic: 61% | 20/33
Proficient: 33% | 11/33
Unacceptable: 6% | 2/33
DOMAIN 3: INSTRUCTION
Basic: 53% | 17/32
Proficient: 44% | 14/32
Unacceptable: 3% | 1/32
DOMAIN 2: LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Basic: 36% | 12/33
Proficient: 61% | 20/33
Unacceptable: 3% | 1/33
DOMAIN 4: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Basic: 19% | 6/31
Proficient: 64% | 20/31
Unacceptable: 16% | 5/31
TOTAL SCORE
Professional Education Dispositions
PLANNING & INSTRUCTION
Meets Standards: 76% | 26/34
Improvement Needed: 24%| 8/34
PROFESSIONALISM
Meets Standards: 100% | 33/33

ENVIRONMENT & MGNT
Meets Standards: 97% | 33/34
Improvement Needed : 3% | 1/34
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COMMUNICATION
Meets Standards: 91% | 31/34
Improvement Needed : 9% | 3/34
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
Meets Standards: 91%|30/33
Improvement Needed : 6%|2/33
Not able to Assess: 3%| 1/33
Secondary |
MATHS AND SCIENCE OBSERVATION
Number of Students: 1
Field Experience Evaluation
Professional Education Dispositions
DOMAIN 1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
Basic
DOMAIN 2: LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Proficient
DOMAIN 3: INSTRUCTION
Basic
PLANNING AND INSTRUCTION
Meets Standards
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT & MANAGEMENT
Meets Standards
COMMUNICATION
Meets Standards
PROFESSIONALISM
Meets Standards
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
Meets Standards
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Holmes |
SECONDARY
Number of Students: 10
Data not available: 1 and some data missing in some Domains
Field Experience Evaluation
DOMAIN 1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
Basic: 38% | 3/8
Proficient: 50% | 4/8
Unacceptable: 12% | 1/8
DOMAIN 3: INSTRUCTION
Basic: 50% | 4/8
Proficient: 38% | 3/8
Unacceptable: 12% | 1/8
DOMAIN 2: LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Basic: 12% | 1/8
Proficient: 88% | 7/8

DOMAIN 4: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Basic: 50% | 4/8
Proficient: 50% | 4/8

TOTAL SCORE
Alt Cert XCSTE |
Number of Students: 1
Field Experience Evaluation
Professional Education Dispositions
DOMAIN 1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
Basic
DOMAIN 2: LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Basic
DOMAIN 3: INSTRUCTION
Basic
DOMAIN 4: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Basic
PLANNING AND INSTRUCTION
Improvement Needed
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT & MANAGEMENT
Improvement Needed
COMMUNICATION
Improvement Needed
PROFESSIONALISM
Improvement Needed
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
Improvement Needed
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Dual Certification |
Number of Students: 8
Data not available: 2
Field Experience Evaluation
DOMAIN 1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
Basic: 67% | 4/6
Proficient: 33% | 2/6
DOMAIN 3: INSTRUCTION
Basic: 67% | 4/6
Proficient: 33% | 2/6
DOMAIN 2: LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Basic: 50% | 3/6
Proficient: 50% | 3/6
DOMAIN 4: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Basic: 50% | 3/6
Proficient: 50% | 3/6
TOTAL SCORE
5| Graphical Analysis Total
4 DOMAINS X ALLL STUDENTS
Domain 1

Domain 2

Domain 3

Domain 4
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