Cynthia Hester Candidate Teaching Summit Presentation. Quote Website address EMail. Introduction. A. Name, Major, School, Grade, Teacher, Subject. Cynthia hester Early childhood education School Grade Teacher Subject/s. B. School, Size, Location, Description of community.
Cynthia HesterCandidate Teaching Summit Presentation Quote Website addressEMail
A. Name, Major, School, Grade, Teacher, Subject • Cynthia hester • Early childhood education • School • Grade • Teacher • Subject/s
D. Thoughts and Feelings, Fears, Strengths and Weaknesses as you began Candidate Teaching.
DOMAIN I: PLANNING FOR DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION & ASSESSMENT • Proficiency 1.0: The teacher candidate uses knowledge of curriculum, learner differences, and ongoing assessment data to plan for student access to same essential content. • Reflective Analysis: How did you use knowledge of curriculum, learner differences, and ongoing assessment data to plan for student access to same essential content? • Artifact Possibilities: • Lesson Plans: REQUIRED: Three lesson plans or your unit plan. • Other artifacts you may include: • Pre-Assessment Activities • Student Inventories • Student Interviews
DOMAIN II: PROVIDING DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION & ASSESSMENT • Proficiency 2.0: The teacher candidate utilizes a variety of strategies to differentiate instruction and assessment. • Reflective Analysis: How did you utilize a variety of strategies to differentiate instruction and assessment? • REQUIRED: Choose at least three of the following artifacts to present. INCLUDE: How did you decide which strategies to use and how did you provide for inclusion students?Artifact Possibilities: • Performance-Based Tasks • Rubrics • Activities that integrate technologyWebquests • Videos and Photographs • Room DiagramLinks to websites utilizedStudent work • Classroom Management System • Various Assessment Activities
DOMAIN III: IMPACTING STUDENT LEARNING • Proficiency 3.0: The teacher candidate uses systematic formal/informal assessment as an ongoing diagnostic activity to measure student growth and to guide, differentiate, and adjust instruction. • Reflective Analysis: How did you use systematic formal/informal assessment as an ongoing diagnostic activity to measure student growth and to guide, differentiate, and adjust instruction? • REQUIRED: Choose at least two of the following artifacts to present.INCLUDE: An example of one lesson, reflection, and use of assessment results to adjust instruction (You may not have had the opportunity to implement, but tell what you would have done.) • Artifact Possibilities: • Completed Assessment Tools (Anecdotal Records, Rubrics, Checklists, Observation Reports, Analyses of Student Learning, etc.)Impact on Student Learning Reflections, evidence of use of assessment results, adjusted lesson plan.
DOMAIN IV: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN SUPPORT OF DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION & ASSESSMENT • Proficiency 4.0: The teacher candidate displays a professional commitment to the teaching philosophy of differentiated instruction to support students’ diverse learning needs and to maximize learning. • Reflective Analysis: How did you display a professional commitment to the teaching philosophy of differentiated instruction to support student’ diverse learning needs and to maximize learning? • REQUIRED: Your teaching philosophy at the conclusion of candidate teaching as contrasted with an earlier philosophy.INCLUDE: How did your teaching philosophy change during candidate teaching. • Artifact Possibilities: (PROVIDE DOCUMENTATION, IF APPROPRIATE) • Evaluations from College Supervisors, Collaborating Teachers • Communication and Letters to and from Parents • Lists of school meetings attended (PTA, SST, Parent Conferences, etc.) • List of Professional Development Activities (In-services, Conferences...Provide Documentation)Professional Organization Memberships • Teaching Philosophy • Self-Assessments • You may choose to describe an ethical dilemma you encountered in Candidate Teaching and the decision-making process that you or another went through in order to resolve this dilemma? • You may also choose to describe how your participation in meetings, in-services, and professional development activities that affected your teaching philosophy?
In conclusion,................ What are your future challenges as a teacher? How do you think that being a teacher will be different from being a candidate teacher? What advice would you give to future candidate teachers? What is your plan to continue to develop as a professional?