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Unformatted text preview: Final Grade Student Profiles (Corresponding INTASC Principles in parentheses) Final Grade A Student Profile The 4 student is an-individual who demonstrates a very high degree of skill in working with children, parents, and fellow staff. An individual who earns an A has shown , constant progress, has demonstrated a positive attitude and enthusiasm throughout student teaching, has gone beyond the supervisor ’s and cooperating teacher’s requirements and expectations in initiative, creativity, and responsibility, and is capable of functioning effectively and independently as an entry level professional. This student is ready to assume all responsibilities of a classroom teacher. ' l. He/she has developed a very high ability to accurately‘evaluate/assess both students and self and to identify strengths as well as areas needing improvement. (8,9) ,2. He/she has demonstrated outstanding knowledge, skills, and attitudes relevant to a V variety of professional responsibilities, andrelationships. (l,_2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10)v 3. He/she has demonstrated a very highlevel of self-motivation, ability to learn, and interest in higher professional deVelopment. (9,10) 4. He/she has demonstrated a willingness to try new techniques and ideas independently and with a high level of enthusiasm. (l ,3,4,7,9) » 5. He/she has shown a very high ability to integrate theories of child development and principles of early childhood education and to implement them in the} planning of goals, objectives, and experiences for young children. (2,3,4,5) 6. He/she has‘demonstrated a‘Very high ability to relate confidently with staff and parents on a professional level. (10) . ' 7. He/she has demonstrated a very high level of understanding of children’s ‘ individual needs and abilities and has striven to facilitate the achievement of those needs and abilities. (2,3,4,7) ‘ ‘ 8'. He/she has demonstrated a Very high understanding of different learning styles- ' and has. used a_ variety of teaching techniques and strategies to accommodate different types of learners. (3,4) ~ 9. He/she has demonstrated a'very'high, overall awareness of classroom situations . and has handled discipline and classroom management effectively through a variety of techniques (i.e., effective motivatOrs, positive statements, alternative choices, redirecfiOn, firmneSs, and consistency). (5) - 10. He/she has consistently presented-information in a clear, logical, and understandable manner that facilitated students’ learning. Principles of good instructional design are ahnostalways appropriately used. (1,4,6,) 11. He/she is always very well organized and prepared. A student who earns a grade of A can be recommended with confidence for any position with no reservations. The A student has no identifiable limitations and excellent potential as a professional in the field of Edimation. ' ‘ Final Grade B Student Profile The B Student is an individual who demonstrates a good degree of skill in working . with children, parents, and fellow staff. An indiVidual who earns a B has shown constant progress, has demonstrated a positive attitude and enthusiasm throughout student teaching, and 1s capable of functioning effectively as an entry level professional with the support and guidance of a strong mentor. ~ 1. He/she has developed a good ability to accurately evaluate/assess both students and self and to identify strengths as well as areas needing improvement. (8,9) 2. He/she has demonstrated good knowledge, skills, and attitudes relevant to a variety of professional responsibilities and relationships. (1,2,3 ,4,5,6,7,8,9,10) ‘VIU'WI‘UTWIIWI 3. He/she has demonstrated a good level of self-motivation, ability to learn, and . interest in higher professional development. (9,10) 4. ‘He/she has demonstrated a willingness to try new techniques and ideas. V (l 93 94,799) 5. He/ She has shown a'good ability to integrate theories of child development and principles of early childhood education and to implement them in the plarming of goals, objectives, and experiences for young children. (2,3,4,5) 6. He/she has demonstrated a good ability to relate confidently with staff and parents on a professional level. ( 10) 7. He/she has demonstrated a good understanding of children’s individual needs and abilities and has striven to facilitate the achievement of those needs and abilities. (2,3,4,7) 8. He/she has demonstrated a clear understanding of different learning styles and has used a variety of teaching techniques and strategies to accommodate difi'erent types of learners. (3 ,4) . 9. He/she has demonstrated a good overall awareness of classroom situations and has handled most disCipline and classroom management efi‘ectively through a variety of techniques (i.e., effective motivators, positive statements, alternative . choices, redirection, firmness, and consistency). (5) l0. He/she has mostly presented information in a clear, logical, and understandable manner that facilitated students’ learning. Principles of good instructional design were frequently used. (1,4 ,6,) 11.. He/she was usually organized and well prepared. A' student who earns a grade of B can be recoMended with confidence for a specific type of position after noting his/her strengths and limitations and potential as a professional m the field of Education. 21” ll. He/she has demonstrated a by the end of the experienc Ls: 1. “. 5' l, < - ' 3 < Final Grade D Student Profile The Q student is an individual who may lack initiative. and enthusiasm and who has limited skills in working with children, parents, and fellow staff. An individual who earns a D has met the requirements of the university supervisor and cooperating teacher in that he or she is able to complete assignments and teaching experiences and has shown some progress in assuming responsibility during the student teaching experience, but will still need considerable assistance in order to function effectively as an entry level profesSional (i.e., a teacher who is capable of assuming full responsibility for a classroom of young children). 1. He/she has demonstrated a need for more time and additional experiences with * children'to discover himself/herself and his/her philosophy in working effectively with children. (9) v I 2. He/she has demonstrated limited knowledge, skills, and attitudes in relevant professional areas and needs to make further pregress in developing successful professional relationships with children, parents, and supervisors. (1-10) 3. He/she has demonstrated a need for more initiative and guidance in his/her learning and continued professional development. He/she has failed to demonstrate the ability to benefit fiom constructive feedback and often repeats the same errors over and over again.(9,10) 3 4. He/she has demonstrated a'limited understanding of children’s individual needs, abilities, and learning styles. (2,3,4,7) ' 5. He/she has demonstrated a limited ability to deal effectively with staff and/or parents on a professional level. (.10) 6. He/she has demonstrated a limited ability to maintain control of the over-all classroom situation and/or a limited ability to follow through on guidance and discipline situations. (5) 7. He/she has frequently failed to demonstrate adequate organization, preparation, and ability to meet deadlines inside and/or outside of the classroom; 8. Although he/she may have received passing ratings in the Gate D Portfolio Tasks ‘ and other requirements, the ratings were only achieved with a large amount of supervisor and/or cooperating teacher assistance and support. A student who earns the grade of D cannot be rewmmended to the teaching profession at the end of the student teaching experience. In order to attempt to effectively - manage a classroom independently, the student may choose to complete an individualized, remediation contract under the guidance of the course coordinator. A remediation contract attempts to improve the student’s areas of weakness. If the remediation contract is completed successfully, it may be followed by a second student . teaching experience. The second student teaching experience may or may not result in ‘ greater success. / Final Grade F Student Profile The E student is an individeal Who lacks initiative and enthusiasm and/or ability in Working with children, parents; and/or fellow staff. An individual who earns an F has not met the requirements of the supervisor and/or cooperating teacher, has shown little Progress in assuming responsibility during either the first Or second student teaching ' experience, and is unable to fimction efi‘ectively as an entry level professional (i.e.', a teacher who is capable of assuming full responsibility for a classroom of young children). if”, 24 ...
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