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Liberal Studies Multiple Subject ITEP (MS ITEP) Emphasis Assessment Plan

Upon satisfactory completion of the program (emphasis), students will be able to:

PLO 1: Identify and implement effective instructional methods in multiple content areas by building on their content knowledge in multiple subjects such as English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and VAPA.

Assessment 1: Content-specific lesson plans and/or units of study

Assessment 2: Case Studies

Assessment 3: Reading exams and/or response/reflection papers

Assessment 4: EdTPA, especially Tasks 1 and 4


PLO 2: Observe, practice, and implement standards-based lesson plans. 

Assessment 1: Standards-based lesson plans and/or units of study

Assessment 2: Teaching observation reports

Assessment 3: Discussion board comments and/or response/reflection papers

Assessment 4: EdTPA, especially Tasks 1 and 2


PLO 3: Analyze their own developing teaching skills given feedback and self-reflection. 

Assessment 1: Clinical practice reports and evaluations 

Assessment 2: Informal and formal debriefing/coaching sessions

Assessment 3: Self-analysis of videos and/or peer reviews

Assessment 4: EdTPA, especially Task 2-3 and Tasks 1-4 commentaries


PLO 4: Produce data-based instructional decisions by effectively administering and analyzing performance assessment data.

Assessment 1: Detailed lesson plans and/or units of study

Assessment 2: Case Studies

Assessment 3: Clinical practice reports and evaluations

Assessment 4: EdTPA, especially Tasks 3-4


PLO 5: Communicate effectively and precisely in both written form and orally. 

Assessment 1: Detailed lesson plans and/or units of study

Assessment 2: Reflection/Responses/Analysis Papers

Assessment 3: Presentations including delivery of instruction

Assessment 4: EdTPA

Table: Curriculum Map Matrix for LS MS ITEP Emphasis

 

TE 930

Reading

Methods

TE 910A

Math Methods

TE 910B

Social Studies Methods

TE 910C

Science Methods

TE 960

Seminar

TE 965

Student Teaching

ED 970

EdTPA

PLO 1: Identify and implement effective instructional methods in multiple content areas by building on their content knowledge in multiple subjects such as English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and VAPA.

I, D, M

I, D, M

I, D, M

I, D, M

I, D

I, D, M

M

PLO 2: Observe, practice, and implement standards-based lesson plans.

I, D, M

I, D, M

I, D, M

I, D, M

I, D

I, D, M

M

PLO 3: Analyze their own developing teaching skills given feedback and self-reflection.

I, D

I, D

I, D

I, D

I, D, M

I, D, M

M

PLO 4: Produce data-based instructional decisions by effectively administering and analyzing performance assessment data.

I, D, M

I, D, M

I

I, D

I

I, D, M

M

PLO 5: Communicate effectively and precisely in both written form and orally.

D, M

D, M

D, M

D, M

I, D

D, M

M

Key:

 

  • I = Introduced (PLO constructs were introduced in this course.)
  • D = Developed (PLO constructs were practiced in this course.)
  • M = Mastered (PLO constructs were mastered in this course via assessments designed to specifically address the PLO.)

 

Please note: This was completed in the same vein as the CTC Curriculum Matrix, in that courses were marked according to whether or not they were designed to introduce (I) the PLO to students, provide opportunities and support for students to develop (D) the PLO, and/or assess students to determine their mastery (M) of the PLO. 


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