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SCOPE : the System for Comprehensive Ongoing Preparatio N of Educators. “USING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT METHODS AT THE CANDIDATE LEVEL” CAEP 2014 SPRING CONFERENCE RICK STANTON. AFFILIATION: University of Missouri -- St. Louis College of Education Office of Educator Effectiveness

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scope the system for comprehensive ongoing preparatio n of educators
SCOPE:the SystemforComprehensiveOngoingPreparatioN ofEducators

“USING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT METHODS AT THE CANDIDATE LEVEL”

CAEP 2014

SPRING

CONFERENCE

RICK STANTON

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AFFILIATION:

University of

Missouri --

St. Louis

College of

Education

Office of

Educator

Effectiveness

and

Accreditation

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OFFICE OF EDUCATOR EFFECTIVENESS AND ACCREDITATION

Established in April 2013

Director: Rick Stanton

SCOPE Coordinator: David Barbero

Report Coordinator: Debbie Ballard

overview
Overview

I will...

  • share our journey, which is ongoing
  • illustrate our evolution to a developmental assessment system
  • envision the future
  • exchange ideas
key players
Key Players
  • NCATE  CAEP
  • MoDESE
  • Dean Carole Basile
  • Faculty leadership
      • AssociateDean Helene Sherman Ann Taylor
      • Dr. Michael Bahr
  • Faculty involvement
    • Committee for Program Quality
  • Administrative support
    • Office of Educator Effectiveness and Accreditation (of course!)
      • Office of Clinical Experience and Partnerships
  • Primary platform=Foliotek
  • ...and others
the evolution of scope
THE Evolution of SCOPE

System for Comprehensive Ongoing…

Program EnhancementPreparation of Educators

  • No longer just an “electronic file-cabinet”
  • Unit Assessment System now has multiple tiers with distinguished targets of development
goals for the candidate tier
Goals for the Candidate Tier
  • Provide Alternative Measure of Candidate Learning
  • Demonstrate and Foster Candidate Growth (Developmental)
  • Promote Innovative Practices
  • Support High Quality Professional Experiences
  • Gather Evidence of Impact
    • Candidate’s Impact on Students
    • College’s Impact on Community
  • Embrace New State Standards
    • Missouri Educator Standards
    • Missouri Standards for Preparation of Educators (MOSPE)
  • Prepare Candidates for Evaluation after Employment
    • Missouri Educator Evaluation System (MEES)
great leap forward rethinking the teacher portfolio
Great Leap Forward: Rethinking the Teacher Portfolio
  • Perfect Timing
  • New adaptive e-portfolio platform
  • New set of standards
  • How can we add value to this instrument and support our goals?
  • Not a critique of portfolios in general
meeting our goals
Meeting our Goals:

GOALS

Provide Alternative Measure of Candidate Learning

Demonstrate and Foster Candidate Growth

Formative vs. Summative

Developmental Continuum

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Meeting our Goals:

GOALS

Embrace New State Standards

Prepare Candidates for Evaluation as Working Educators

Standards / Quality Indicators aligned to courses

Distinguish addressing vs. assessing

Mesh with state assessments (MEGA)

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Required Written Evidence

in

Practicum One

and

Practicum Two

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Example:

MEP

Summary

Page

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Example:

An MEP

Domain

Page

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Meeting our Goals:

GOAL

Foster Innovative Practices

Low-Stakes (not a degree requirement, nor pass/fail)

Candidate-Initiated Evidence

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Meeting our Goals:

GOALS

Support High Quality Professional Experiences

Gather Evidence of Impact

  • Provide guidelines for measuring student impact (when possible)
  • Differentiate impact from other types of professional experience
  • Encourage professional guidance over purely academic feedback
  • Track collective impact in field work
using the data
Using the Data

Resulting aggregate data is used for program improvement

Data is incorporated into a student “dashboard”

Candidates complete periodic growth guides (early stages)

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Example:

Ratings of Teacher Candidates in Practicum One and Practicum Two

(counts)

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Example:

Responses to

M.Ed. Exit Survey

(averages)

changing the culture
CHANGING THE CULTURE
  • Focus on usability – Removing the hurdles
  • Increase faculty/adjunct participation

(nudging the holdouts)

  • Leverage multiple methods of dissemination
      • Websites, blogs, SEO -- coe.umsl.edu/scope
      • Course management system
      • Training sessions
      • Classroom visits
      • Promos and flyers
connecting the dots
CONNECTING THE DOTS
  • Integrate SCOPE with other systems
      • Student data management system
      • Degree audit system
      • COE Portal
      • Increase inter-rater reliability by comparing data to other evaluations and state assessments that are based on the same standards
      • Clinical teacher evaluations
      • Field experience observations
      • and growing…
taking the scope way college wide
Taking the “SCOPE Way”College-Wide

SCOPE…

…will extend to all programs, not just teacher certification.

…align to other sets of candidate standards and program goals (standards-based).

…can be even more applicable at the graduate level.

…can link the “strand” of moving from ‘Candidate’ to ‘Distinguished’ / undergraduate to graduate.

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It’s growing:

More than 1200 new student accounts in a span of 15 months

let s talk
Let’s Talk

Rick Stanton

stantonr@umsl.edu

Director

Office of Educator Effectiveness and Accreditation

College of Education

University of Missouri – St. Louis

http://gocoe.umsl.edu/caep2014