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Fall 2010 NCATE Visit. What You Need to Know. What does NCATE want?. NCATE wants to know the answers to the following questions: (Std. 1) What do candidate assessment data tell the unit about candidates meeting standards?

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fall 2010 ncate visit

Fall 2010 NCATE Visit

What You Need to Know

what does ncate want
What does NCATE want?

NCATE wants to know the answers to the following questions:

  • (Std. 1) What do candidate assessment data tell the unit about candidates meeting standards?
  • (Std. 2) How does the unit use its assessment system to improve the performance of candidates and the unit and its programs?
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3. (Std. 3) How does the unit work with school partners to deliver field experiences and clinical practice to enable candidates to develop the knowledge, skills and professional dispositions to help all students learn?

4. (Std. 4) How does the unit prepare candidates to work effectively with all students?

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5. (Std. 5) How does the unit ensure that its professional education faculty contributes to the preparation of effective educators?

6. (Std. 6) How does the unit ensure that its governance system and resources are adequate to prepare candidates to meet professional, state and institutional standards?

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NCATE will get their questions answered in the following ways:
  • An Institutional Report prepared by NIU
  • Online exhibits (documents, data, links to websites, etc.) prepared by NIU
  • Annual Reports that NIU has submitted to NCATE/AACTE since our last site visit
  • SPA reports, state reports, and reports to other accreditors
  • Visits to our campus (classrooms, library, other facilities) and 2-4 schools where our candidates do their clinicals, student teaching, and internships
  • Interviews with administrators, faculty, staff and students
what have we already done to prepare
What have we already done to prepare?
  • Submitted annual reports each year to NCATE/AACTE
  • Submitted SPA reports (and resubmitted some with responses to conditions)
  • Submitted reports to ISBE
  • Collected reports from other accreditors for some of our programs
  • Collected data from programs each year
what do we still need to get done who will do it and when
What do we still need to get done?(Who will do it? And when?)
  • Getting the rest of the SPA response to conditions reports submitted (programs, by Fall 2010)
  • Collecting the remaining information and documentation we need (UOTC with assistance of Deans and NCATE teams, by December 2009)
  • Writing the Institutional Report (Provost Office with UOTC and NCATE Teams 1-3 assistance with CITC and CAPCE feedback, by May 2010)
  • Assembling the online exhibits (UOTC with NCATE Teams1-3, by May 2010)
  • Planning, arranging and coordinating the site visit (NCATE Team 4 with UOTC and Provost Office, from now through the visit date in Fall 2010)
how will the visit go
How will the visit go?
  • Sunday: arrive by 1pm, team meeting, orientation by institution, optional poster sessions
  • Monday: visit 2-4 schools, observations, interviews, sampling of evidence, team meetings held
  • Tuesday: follow-up interviews, finish writing BOE report, give exit report to unit, leave by 3pm
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