The Teacher Candidate Summary Evaluation Form[TCSEF] is to be completed by the Cooperating Teacher and University Supervisor at the end of each student teaching field experience (and at midterm of a 16-week placement), and in conjunction with the Dispositions Form and formal Observational Feedback Forms provide performance evaluation data of the student teaching field experience/s. The TCSEF and Disposition Form links will be provided to the Cooperating Teacher and University Supervisor, and should be completed within one week after the end of a field experience placement.

The purpose of this form is to evaluate the Teacher Candidate based on the following information:
  1. Formal Observational Feedback (cooperating teacher/s and university supervisor) d. Video recordings and Reflections
  2. Unit Plan and Lesson Plans and their implementation e. Weekly (daily) Reflections
  3. Progress toward goals identified via the Goal Setting and Tracking Form f. Other (TBD*) _
(to be determined as needed to ensure
Evaluation Rating Descriptions: professional growth*)
4 = Advanced 2 = Developing
3 = Target 1 = Unacceptable

Teacher Candidate
Evaluation Date
School
_ Grade Level
Evaluator Name __
Construct 1: Learner and Learning
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4
1. The teacher candidate plans instruction based on learning needs and the developmental
levels of all diverse learners, including those with exceptionalities.




2. The teacher candidate recognizes and fosters individual differences to establish a positive
classroom culture.




3. The teacher candidate establishes a classroom environment conducive to learning, and based on safety, fairness, respect, and educational equity.




4. The teacher candidate had a positive impact on student learning.




Kansas Standard/s: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Overall rating for Construct 1




Construct 2: Content Knowledge
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4
1. The teacher candidate demonstrates a thorough knowledge of content.




2. The teacher candidate provides a variety of innovative applications of knowledge which
motivates learner understanding between and within subject areas.




3. The teacher candidate plans and implements lessons aligned with content standards.




Kansas Standard/s: 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 11, 12 Overall rating for Construct 2




Construct 3: Instructional Practice
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4
1. The teacher candidate uses methods and techniques that are effective in meeting student needs, including strategies to differentiate and scaffold information.




2. The teacher candidate uses varied assessments (formative and summative) to measure learner progress.




3. The teacher candidate utilizes technology to engage and challenge learners in a variety of learning situations.




4. The teacher candidate engages students in learning activities that develop higher order thinking skills.




Kansas Standard/s: 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12 Overall rating for Construct 3




Construct 4: Professional Responsibility
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4
  1. The teacher candidate engages in reflection and continuous growth.




  1. The teacher candidate participates in collaboration and leadership opportunities.




  1. The teacher candidate analyzes and reflects on student data to impact student learning growth using formative and summative assessments.




Kansas Standard/s: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 10, 12, 13 Overall rating for Construct 4





Overall Ratings: Construct 1_ Construct 2_ Construct 3_ Construct 4_