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Department of Education

Completer Data

Undergraduate-

  •   100% of completers passed PRAXIS II in their content areas
  •   100% of completers passed PRAXIS Principles of Learning and Teaching for their grade bands

 

Setting Instructional Outcomes- value, sequence, alignment

-Suitability for all

Managing classroom procedures- instructional groups, transitions, materials/ supplies. 

-Non-instructional duties

Using questioning/

discussion techniques-

Quality of questions/  discussion techniques -Student participation

Engaging students-

Activities and assignments, grouping, instructional materials and resources

-Structure and pacing

Using assessment - Assessment criteria, monitoring,  feedback -Student self-assessment/monitoring

% of Alternate Certification candidates scoring Effective/

Emerging

100

86

86

93

96

% of BA, BS candidates scoring Effective/

Emerging

100

100

96

100

100

% of candidates that principals scored acceptable

92.3

92.9

92.9

92.9

92.9

% of candidates satisfied with preparation

100

88.8

100

100

88.8

 


  

Graduate-

  •  94% of completers passed the SLLA.
  •  Candidates scored above the acceptable level or at the target level on assessments for the following goals:

  

o   Candidates make and explain decisions based upon ethical and legal principles. 

o   Candidates create a school vision that includes strategies for implementation and assessment. 

o   Candidates implement context-appropriate strategies that capitalize on diversity and school culture to lead instruction. 

o   Candidates prepare a plan to advocate for policies and programs that promote student learning within the economic factors shaping the community. 

o   Candidates demonstrate the ability to bring together the resources of family and community to positively affect student learning.