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Secondary Clinical Practice B

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This course emphasizes the practical application of educational theories and methods. Candidates focus on the following topics: school culture and diversity, pedagogical assignments and tasks, self-reflection, and preparation to serve as a beginning teacher in an induction program. The course provides practical guidance for candidates seeking a teaching position, and serves as a forum for open discussion and problem solving based on their classroom experiences and abilities to use and apply the full-range of Teaching Performance Expectations. Teacher candidates finalize and submit their completed teacher performance assessment.

This graduate-level course is 7 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 7 weeks

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    Student Engagement

    • Demonstrate a positive learning environment that supports student engagement in learning.
    • Link prior academic learning to new learning.
    • Interact positively with students to connect content area skills and deepen student learning.
    • Model key strategies and provide meaningful opportunities for practice.
    • Support the needs of diverse learners with strategies reinforced by research or theory.
    • Provide instruction commentary with cited research.

    Assessment

    • Identify all expectations under “Task 3: Assessing Students’ Learning” from the edTPA® Assessment Handbook.
    • Analyze evidence of student learning.
    • Evaluate assessment data to provide accurate feedback.
    • Describe how focused students will use feedback to deepen their understanding of the content strategies.
    • Explain and provide evidence of language use and content learning for students with varied needs.
    • Use assessment results to propose targeted support to improve student learning.

    Assessment (Cont.)

    • Create visual representations to profile student performance.
    • Provide assessment commentary with cited research.

    The Learning Environment

    • Compare various methods of classroom management.
    • Analyze the implications that contextual factors may have on learning and the learning climate.
    • Evaluate the aspects of the classroom environment that contribute to positive learning experiences.
    • Analyze strategies for remediation of disruptive and non-disruptive student behaviors.
    • Compare and contrast various classroom and school procedures.

    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 performance assessment.

    Seeking a Teaching Position

    • Evaluate the components of a teaching employment portfolio.
    • Compare and contrast various teaching application formats.
    • Evaluate personal and professional considerations when applying for a teaching position.

    Managing the First Year of Teaching

    • Describe effective personal and professional time management strategies.
    • Identify best-practice strategies.
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