Standard 1: Candidate Knowledge, Skills, and Professional Dispositions

1. State program review documents and state findings. (Some of these documents may be available in AIMS.)

List of The Teachers College Educator Preparation Programs (N = 41)

Kansas State Department of Education Final Reports by Program

Adaptive Special Education
Earth Space Science  History Physical Education
Art Elementary Education History Middle Level Physics
Biology English Journalism Psychology
Building Leadership English Middle Level Library Media Specialist Reading Specialist
Business ESOL Mathematics School Counselor
Chemistry Foreign Language Mathematics Middle Level School Psychologist
District Leadership Gifted Music Instrumental Science Middle Level
Early Childhood B-Grade 3 Health Music Vocal Speech Theatre

State program review documents are available at the Kansas State Department of Education Document Warehouse

Kansas State Department of Education Initial Team Report Program Review

Kansas State Department of Education Request for Rejoinders letter

Kansas State Department of Education Final Team Report Program Review

Kansas State Board of Education Program Approval: Restricted Initial and Early Childhood B-K Advanced Licensure Programs

2. Title II reports submitted to the state for the previous three years (Beginning with the 2010 annual report, Title II reposts should be attached to Part C of the annual report and will be available to BOE teams in AIMS.)

2007-2008 Title II Report for Traditional Teacher Preparation

2007-2008 Title II Report for Alternate Route Teacher Preparation

2008-2009 Title II Report for Traditional Teacher Preparation

2008-2009 Title II Report for Alternate Route Teacher Preparation

3. Key assessments and scoring guides used by faculty to assess candidate learning against standards and the outcomes identified in the unit’s conceptual framework for programs not included in the national program review process or a similar process

AND

4. Data tables and summaries that show how teacher candidates (both initial and advanced) have performed on key assessments over the past three years for programs not included in the national program review process or a similar state process

Advanced Business

Curriculum and Instruction

Instructional Design and Technology

Master Teacher Elementary Subject Matter

Advanced Music

Advanced Physical Education

MAT in Social Science

5. Samples of candidate work (e.g., portfolios at different proficiency levels) 

Initial

Teacher Work Sample Elementary Excellent 

Teacher Work Sample Secondary Excellent 

Teacher Work Sample Elementary Good

Teacher Work Sample PK-12 Good

Teacher Work Sample PK-12 Fair

Teacher Work Sample Secondary Fair

Teacher Work Sample Score Sheet

Advanced

Advanced Business A and B Examples of Assessment 9 and Grading Criteria

Adaptive Special Education Target and Acceptable Video Examples of Assessment 4 and Rubric

Advanced Music Education Target and Fair Examples of Assement 6 and Score Guide

Reading Specialist Target and Fair  Examples of Assessment 2 and Evaluation Checklist

School Psychology Target and Fair Examples of Assessment 6 and Rubric

Instructional Design and Technology Students Winning National Competition

6. Follow-up studies of graduates and data tables of results

Surveys of Alumni of Initial Programs
Graduate Survey Form
Graduate Survey Results 2004-2006
Comparison 2002-2004 and 2004-2006 Graduate Survey Results
Comparison 2000-2002, 2002-2004, and 2004-2006 Graduate and Administrator Results

Focus Groups or Surveys of Alumni of Advanced Programs
Adaptive Special Education
Advanced Business Education
Advanced Music
Advanced Physical Education
Building and District Leadership
Curriculum and Instruction
English for Speakers of Other Languages
Gifted Education
Reading Specialist
School Counseling
School Psychologist

7. Employer feedback on graduates and summaries of the results

Surveys of Employers of Alumni of Initial Programs
Administrator Survey Form
Administrator Survey Results 2004-2006
Comparison 2002-2004 and 2004-2006 Graduate Survey Results
Comparison 2000-2002, 2002-2004, and 2004-2006 Graduate and Administrator Results

Focus Groups or Surveys of Employers of Alumni of Advanced Programs
Adaptive Special Education
Building and District Leadership
Gifted Education
School Counseling
School Psychologist

8. List of candidate dispositions, including fairness and the belief that all students can learn, and related assessments, scoring guides, and data

List of Candidate Dispositions
Candidate Dispositions for Critical Thinker, Creative Planner, Effective Practitioner Conceptual Framework  (prior to November 2009)

Candidate Dispositions for The Professional Conceptual Framework (approved November 2009)

Scoring Guides
Initial Candidate Block 1/Phase I Decision Point 1 Disposition Assessment Form

Initial Candidate Assessment of Dispositions

Advanced Program Disposition Evaluations by Decision Point

Advanced Candidate Assessment of Dispositions

School Library Media Specialist Assessment of Dispositions for Decision Point 2

Data
Elementary Candidates, Decision Point 1 Data

Secondary Candates, Decision Point 1 Data

Initial Candidates, Decision Point 3 Data

Initial Candidate Disposition Data from 2004-2006 Graduates and Employers

Advanced Candidate Disposition Data

    

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