mte599 | Graduate
Student Teaching Part B
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The School Culture
- Analyze the different demographics of schools and school districts.
- Examine relationships within the school among teachers, colleagues, administrators, support staff, and students.
- Develop techniques for collaborating with grade-level or subject-level teachers.
- Describe various ways to create a team atmosphere within the school setting.
- Compare and contrast the cultures of various districts, schools, and classrooms.
Planning and Preparation
- Develop goals and objectives for the Teacher Work Sample instructional unit based on the teaching and learning context.
- Justify selected learning goals and objectives based on teaching and learning contexts.
- Examine various classroom arrangements and available resources.
Preparing and Implementing Assessments
- Compare and contrast formative and summative assessments.
- Evaluate the usability and applicability of a variety of assessment methods.
- Design an assessment plan to monitor students’ progress.
- Compare and contrast different lesson plan formats.
- Design standards-based lesson plans.
- Demonstrate the use of differentiated instructional strategies.
- Apply technology to the creation of instruction and instructional activities.
The Learning Environment
- Compare and contrast various methods of classroom management.
- Evaluate the aspects of the classroom environment that contribute to positive learning experiences.
- Explore how brain-based research can contribute to building a positive learning climate.
- Analyze strategies for remediation of disruptive and non-disruptive student behaviors.
- Compare and contrast various classroom and school procedure.
- Analyze the implications that contextual factors may have on learning and the learning climate.
Seeking a Teaching Position
- Compare and contrast various teaching application formats.
- Evaluate the components of a teaching employment portfolio.
- Evaluate personal and professional considerations when applying for a teaching position.
- Analyze examples of instructional decision-making based on students’ learning or responses.
- Apply formative assessment information to make instructional planning decisions.
Analysis of Learning Results
- Create visual representations to profile student performance.
- Analyze data to report performance of the following groups: whole class, subgroups, and individual students.
- Evaluate assessment data to diagnose student learning.
Reflection and Self-Evaluation
- Identify areas for improving instructional skills and classroom management skills.
- Evaluate your teaching performance relative to the instructional unit implemented for the Teacher Work Sample.
Managing the First Year of Teaching
- Describe effective personal and professional time management strategies.
- Identify best practice strategies.
- Evaluate personal and professional growth throughout the University of Phoenix Teacher Education Program.
- Analyze aspects of the University of Phoenix Teacher Education Program that have best prepared you for the teaching profession.
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