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Saturday, January 28

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    Submit a dispositions evaluation here.
    Record of Teacher Candidate Evaluation Activities: Completed by the Mentor Teacher and submitted by (or before) the last week of the teacher candidate field placement.
    View Record for 8 week placement. Submit completed record to <craig.carter@washburn.edu>
    View Record for 16 week placement. Submit completed record to <craig.carter@washburn.edu>.

    Suggested Timelines: Suggested 8 week timeline here. Suggested 16 week timeline here.
    Department of Education Assessment Handbook here {Unit_Assessment_Handbook_Jan_2013.pdf} .
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Monday, November 14

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Friday, November 4

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    using three documents: 1.documents:1. The Observation
    Observations Feedback Form: Completed as a formal evaluation twice each 8 weeks by the Mentor Teacher [MT] and University Supervisor [US] for a total of four (4) formal observations each eight weeks.
    Submit an Observations Feedback Online here.
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    three documents: the1. The Observation Feedback Form2. The Summary Evaluation Form, and3. The Dispositions Form, and Formal Instructional Observation Form. EachForm.Each document contains
    Observations Feedback Form: Completed as a formal evaluation twice each 8 weeks by the Mentor Teacher [MT] and University Supervisor [US] for a total of four (4) formal observations each eight weeks.
    Submit an Observations Feedback Online here.
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    Preview the Washburn Education Department lesson plan template
    {LessonPlanTemplate--WU--sp15.doc} .
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    Plan Template available
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    action for improvement (which may or may not include input from the Director of Student Field Experiences and ED 400 Instructor).
    Dispositions Form: Completed as part of a mid-term evaluation and a final evaluation by the Mentor Teacher and University Supervisor at the end of each 8-week student teaching field experience or at mid-term and end of a 16-week placement.
    Preview the dispositions evaluation
    {Dispositions-Conduct-Attitude-Check-fromMT.docx}
    Submit a dispositions evaluation here.
    improvement.
    Summary Evaluation Form: Completed by the Mentor Teacher and University Supervisor at the end of each 8-week student teaching field experience or at midterm and end of a 16-week placement.
    Preview the Summary Evaluation Form here {Summary_Evaluation_for_Student_Teachers.pdf} .
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    Word Template of Summary Evaluation Form is available
    {TCSummary_Evaluation_Form--.docx}
    Dispositions Form: Completed as part of a mid-term evaluation and a final evaluation by the Mentor Teacher and University Supervisor at the end of each 8-week student teaching field experience or at mid-term and end of a 16-week placement.
    Preview the dispositions evaluation
    {Dispositions-Conduct-Attitude-Check-fromMT.docx}
    Submit a dispositions evaluation here.

    Record of Teacher Candidate Evaluation Activities: Completed by the Mentor Teacher and submitted by (or before) the last week of the teacher candidate field placement.
    View Record for 8 week placement. Submit completed record to <craig.carter@washburn.edu>
    View Record for 16 week placement. Submit completed record to <craig.carter@washburn.edu>.
    Timelines:Suggested Timelines: Suggested 8
    Department of Education Assessment Handbook here {Unit_Assessment_Handbook_Jan_2013.pdf} .
    Questions/Suggestions/Concerns Contact:
    Craig Carter, Director of Student Field Experiences craig.carter@washburn.edu
    Cherry Steffen, Chair, Washburn Department of Education cherry.steffen@washburn.edu
    Tara Porter, Licensure Officer tara.porter@washburn.edu
    Submit student teaching photographs and other documents to Director of Student Field Experiences craig.carter@washburn.edu
    Washburn Department of Education Phone Number: (785) 670-1427
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    ED 440 - P-12 Student Teaching (12)
    Total = 15 credit hours
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    Test Information {To Be Certified i1.pdf}
    RESOURCES:
    1. Student Teaching Field Experience Course/s Syllabi are available on Desire2Learn [D2L] for students. A copy of the each of the current course syllabi is provided HERE.
    2. ED 400: Student Teaching Seminar--Include face-to-face class sessions that are held on campus twice a month with some additional sessions to be announced each semester. The ED 400 seminar schedule is provided on Desire2Learn for students, and a copy is HERE.
    3. ED 405: Student Teaching Classroom Management Sessions--Includes two face-to-face class sessions at the beginning of the student teaching semester and weekly online communication sessions and modules. ED 405 is organized into two separate sections; one section is for K-6 Elementary Majors and the other is for P-12 and Secondary Education Majors. Information about the two ED 405 sections are available through Desire2Learn to students.
    4. Teacher Candidate Handbook [update in progress, September 2015] TBA
    Teacher Candidate Evaluations:
    Teacher Candidates will be evaluated every eight weeks by their Mentor Teacher and University Supervisor using the Summary Evaluation Form, Dispositions Form, and Formal Instructional Observation Form.
    1. Formal Instructional Observation:
    Teacher Candidates are formally evaluated on their planning, instruction, classroom management, and other criteria by the Mentor Teacher and University Supervisor several times throughout the student teaching field experience. Expectations for formal observations are stated in the ED 400 and Student Teaching Syllabus and Teacher Candidate Handbook.
    A copy is provided HERE. {Observation_Form--Washburn.pdf}
    2. Summary Evaluation:
    The Teacher Candidate Summary Evaluation Form [TCSEF] is to be completed by the Mentor 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 Mentor Teacher and University Supervisor, and should be completed within one week after the end of a field experience placement.
    A copy of the Summary Evaluation is HERE. {Summary_Evaluation-Form--2015.docx}
    3. Self Evaluation of Dispositions Characteristics:
    Teacher candidates are expected to complete a self-evaluation of their acquisition of the professional dispositions required by the Reflective Educator Conceptual Framework at the beginning and end of the student teaching semester:
    Preview the self evaluation here {Teacher_Candidate_Self_Evaluation.pdf} .
    Complete the self-evaluation here.
    Reflective Journals:
    Teacher candidates are expected to complete weekly reflections and keep a communication log to evaluate their impact on student learning. Weekly reflections are submitted to University Supervisors for feedback and advice. Submission of weekly reflections is expected on assigned due date to receive full points for the assignment/s. Data from weekly reflections should be included within STEP. A template for weekly reflections is provided in D2L.
    Weekly Reflection template {Weekly_Reflection_Template.docx}
    Kansas Performance Teaching Portfolio [KPTP]:
    The purpose of the Kansas Performance Teaching Portfolio (KPTP) is to document the learning and development of teacher candidates through an organized and thoughtful presentation of a work sample (e.g., portfolio). Developed by the State of Kansas Department of Education, this work sample demonstrates the Teacher Candidate’s ability to plan and to implement learning opportunities for students (at specific levels and in subject areas), and then assess this learning through documented evidence and data. Teacher Candidates evaluate and reflect on the effectiveness of their teaching and its impact on student learning.
    Goals:
    It is recommended that the Mentor Teacher informally assist the Teacher Candidate to reflect on and work toward specific (informal) goals based on the four constructs used for assessment and evaluation of student teaching. While not mandatory, the Teacher Candidate could keep a continuous record of their own goals and revisit their goals often. Throughout the placement, it is possible the goals may change during student teaching, or additional goals identified.
    The Teacher Candidate is expected to reflect daily on their field experiences, and those journals will be shared with the University Supervisor and Director of Student Field Experiences.

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