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Standard 1

Candidate Knowledge, Skills, and Professional Dispositions

Candidates preparing to work in schools as teachers or other school professionals know and demonstrate the content knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge and skills, pedagogical and professional knowledge and skills, and professional dispositions necessary to help all students learn. Assessments indicate that candidates meet professional, state, and institutional standards.

Evidence

1.4.a – State program review documents and state findings.

1.4.a.1-21 UMM SEP and Program Document submitted to PERCA 2014
1.4.a.22 State Board of Teaching Program Approval

1.4.b – Title II reports submitted to the state for previous years.

1.4.b.1 2016 Title II Final Report

1.4.c – Key assessments and scoring guides used for assessing candidate learning against professional and state standards as well as proficiencies identified in the unit’s conceptual framework.

1.4.c.1 Key Assessments Collection, Analysis and Dissemination Overview
1.4.c.2 Minnesota Teacher Licensure Exam
1.4.c.3 Practicum Evaluations
1.4.c.4 Assessment of Integrated Technology
1.4.c.5 UMM edTPA Local Evaluation Rubrics
1.4.c.6 edTPA Handbook Elementary Math
1.4.c.7 Standards of Effective Practice Portfolio
1.4.c.8 
Student Teaching Summative Evaluation
1.4.c.9 Overview of Assessments

1.4.d – Aggregate data on key assessments, including proficiencies identified in the unit’s conceptual framework

1.4.d.1 GPA Data
1.4.d.2 Minnesota Teacher Licensure Exam (MTLE) Data
1.4.d.3 Assessment of Integrated Technology
1.4.d.4 edTPA (Pearson)
1.4.d.5 edTPA (Local)
1.4.d.6 Program Assessments of Subject Matter/Content Knowledge
1.4.d.7 Program Assessments of Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Skills
1.4.d.8 Program Assessments of Professional and Pedagogical Knowledge
1.4.d.9 Program Assessments of Student Learning
1.4.d.10 Program Assessments for Knowledge of Self, Students, and Community
1.4.d.11 Standards of Effective Practice Portfolio Data
1.4.d.12 Summative Evaluation of Student Teaching

1.4.e – Key assessments and scoring guides used for assessing professional dispositions, including fairness and the belief that all students can learn.

1.4.e.1 Ed 2111: Tutor-Aide Evaluation
1.4.e.2 
Student Teaching Evaluation of Teacher Candidate Dispositions

1.4.f – Aggregate data on key assessments of candidate’s professional dispositions.

1.4.f.1 Program Assessment of Professional Dispositions
1.4.f.2 Dispositions_Cooperating Teacher Assessment
1.4.f.3 Dispositions_ED2111 Assessment

1.4.i – Aggregate data on follow-up studies of graduates.

1.4.i.1 Graduate Survey Results

1.4.j – Aggregate data on employer feedback on graduates.

1.4.j.1 Employer Survey Results