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46School: Grade/$ubJecc: fl-, Date: fq Completed by: Cooperating Teacher University Supervisor Initial fr" Mid-term Final
Directions: This form is to be used as a formative and summative assessment of the candidate's progress throughout the clinical practice. The candidate should
follows: Scale: (1) Unacceptable/Developing; (2) Acceptable/Meets; (3) Target/Exceeds. Then give on overall rating in the box beside the ADEPT Performance
1 Standard. An explanation of these ratings is given on the reverse side of this Joan.
NAEYC ACE1 ADEPT PERFORMANCE STANDARDS RATINGS APS 1: LONG RANGE PLANNING 3
la 1.0 1A. Obtains Student Information
Sc 3.1 lB. Establishes appropriate standards-based learning and developmental goals
5a 2,1 iCi_ Identifies - EtA _and _implements _instructional _units
5a 2.2 IC.2 Identifies and implements instructional units - Science 3 5a 2.3 1C.3 Identifies and implements instructional units- Mathematics
2.4 IC.4 identifies and implements instructional units-Social Studies 3 2.5 IC.5 Identifies and integrates Visual and Performing Arts within instructional units
2.6 1C.6 Identifies and integrates Health Education within instructional units
2.7 1C.7 Identifies and integrates Physical Education within instructional units
5c 4.0 10: Develops appropriate processes for evaluating and recording students' progress & achievement 5 Sc 3.4 1E. Plans appropriate procedures for managing the classroom
APS 2: SHORT RANGE OF INSTRUCTION
5b 1.0 2A. Develops Unit Objectives
5c 3.1 28. Develops Instructional Plans 3 Sc J 4.0 2C. Uses Student Performance Data
APS 3: PLANNING ASSESSMENTS AND USING DATA 3 3c 4.0 3A. Uses a Variety of Assessments 3 3c 4.0 38. Administers a Variety of Assessments .3 3b 4.0 3C,_ Uses Assign _Assessment _Data _to_ _Grades
APS 4: HIGH EXPECTATIONS 3 ic 3.4 4A. Establishes, Maintains and Communicates High Expectations for Achievement
ic 3.4 48. Establishes, Maintains and Communicates High Expectations for Participation
APS 5; INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES 3 4b 5k Uses Appropriate Strategies
4c 12 58. Uses a Variety of Strategies 3 - 4c 5C. Uses Strategies Effectively 2
T APS 6: PROVIDING CONTENT FOR LEARNERS 3 Sc 6A. Thorough Command of Discipline 3 Sc 68. Provides Appropriate Content
Sc 6C. Content Promotes Learning - APS 7: MONITORING, ASSESSING & ENHANCING 3
3b 4.0 7A._ Monitors Informal Assessments _Using _Formal _&_
3b 4.0 lB._ Uses Guide _Information _to _Instruction
3c 4.0 7C. Provides Instruction Feedback 3 4
APS 8:_ENVIRONMENT PROMOTES LEARNING
ic 3.4 SA. Safe & Conducive Physical Environment 3 Ic 3.4 88. Positive Affective Climate in Classroom 'S - ic 3.4 8C. Creates Culture of Learning
APS 9: MANAGING THE CLASSROOM
ic 3.4 9A. Manages Student Behavior Appropriately 3 ic 98. Maximum Use of instructional Time
Sc 3.4 1 9C, Manages Non-instructional Routines
Candidate's Signature Vo9ff.AL,4 .Lth( Date !1 6I1/41 Evaluator's Signature I A44m-14-
evised Fall 2013 - ACE l/NAEYC 2010 Standards
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• Target (3) kcceptable (2) Unacceptable (1) RATING
1 The candidate collaborates with v' 5 . 2 co`:leagues, administrators, and other
The candidate collaborates with
student-oriented profess onais such as colleagues and administrators, but
1OA. Advocate for agencies, ous nesses, and community the needs of his or her students collaborate with colleagues,
Children groups, to determine the needs of his f and to plan and provide them with administrators or agencies.
6e or her students to plan and provide
the appropriate learning them with the appropriate learning experiences and assessments.
experiences and assessments, The candidate regularly attends and
5 10B. Achieves
contributes to meetings to the extent that it is possible and appropriate, and
. The candidate attends faculty and The candidate does not
actively supports the efforts of school organ izations and extracurricular
grade level meetings, but not other school organizational meetings g an S or
attend meetings or participates in any
6a activities that contribute to the overall extracurricular activities, extracurricular activities.
learning and development of students.
5. 1 IOC.1 Effective The candidate's spoken word and The candidate's spoken word and
The candidate's spoken word
written language are clear, correct, and appropriate for the target audience, .
written language are appropriate for the target audience and consist
and written language contain many blatant errors. 3
6E3 of less than 5 errors,
The candidate communicates with The candidate communicates with
5.2 10C.2 Effective parents/guardians on a regular basis, parents/guardians on an
responds appropriately to parental concerns, and uses more than three (3)
intermittent basis, responds appropriately to parental concerns,
The candidate does not communicate with
6 Responsiveness veness aried formats to ensure that ongoing and uses at least three (3) different parents/guardians.
communication takes place. formats to ensure that ongoing communication takes place.
The candidate complies with all
5.1 10D. Exhibits professional, school and district rules, The candidate complies with The candidate does not
Professional Demeanor and
policies, and procedures and is characteristic of a professional in terms
adequate professional, school and district rules, policies and
comply with school policies and procedures and/or Jl
of responsibility, initiative, time procedures, and exhibits a exhibit a professional 6b Behavior management, appearance, ethical professional demeanor, demeanor.
standards, and quality of work.
5 1 10E.1 Active The candidate is a reflective The candidate identifies either his The candidate does not
practitioner who identifies his or her professional strengths and weaknesses
or her strengths or weaknesses, and devises plans to address the
identify strengths or weaknesses.
3 6c and devises a plan to address them, identified.
5,1 10E.3 Active The candidate aggressively seeks out, I participates in and contributes to
The candidate seeks out, The candidate does not
Learner : Collaboration
activities that promote collaboration for his or her continued professional
participates in, and contributes to activities for adequate professional
participate in activities to promote professional
6c growth. growth. growth.
OVERALL RATING 3 *Candidates must receive at least 2.0 overall to successful pass this assessment, l7
i ~~~~ THE SCORING GUIDE FOR THE ASSESSMENT1 ~3
Unacceptable/Developing (1) Acceptable/Meets (2) Target/Exceeds (3)
Candidate demonstrates a limited amount of the Candidate demonstrates most of the attributes of Candidate demonstrates all of the attributes of the attributes of the standard. Performance indicates the standard, Performance indicates that the standard. Performance clearly indicates that the that few competencies have been demonstrated. competencyhas been demonstrated including competency has been mastered, including
examples, extension, or enrichment, examples, extension, and enrichment.
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