Commonwealth Special Education Endorsement Programs: Three Generations of Alternative Licensure CSEEP Old Dominion University Funded by the Virginia Department of Education Christa McAuliffe Award for Teaching Excellence American Association of State Colleges and Universities 2005 Recipient
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Three Generations of Alternative Licensure
Christa McAuliffe Award for Teaching Excellence
American Association of State Colleges and Universities
1997 - Present
2003 - Present
Special Education Studies
2006 - Present
1. Instructional Strategies
2. Learning Environments and Social Interactions
4. Instructional Planning
6. Professional and Ethical
A. Instructional Strategies*
B. Learning Environments*
D. Instructional Planning*
F. Ethical Standards*
H. Overall Preparedness*
*t value is significant, p < .05
79% indicated that their participant showed consistent progress or mastery of instructional strategies, learning environments and social interactions, language, instructional planning, and collaboration.
90% indicated that their participant showed consistent progress or mastery of assessment.
93% of mentors indicated consistent progress or mastery of professional and ethical practice.
The means for each of the standards were extremely high, ranging from 4.30 to 4.63 on a 5-point Likert scale.
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