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E-portfolio in TaskStream (DRF). Signature Assignments Classroom Community (1 st & 2 nd semesters) Ethnography Report (1 st semester) Unit Plan (1 st semester) Reflective Analysis (1 st semester) Literacy Lesson Set (2 nd semester)

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E portfolio in taskstream drf
E-portfolio in TaskStream(DRF)

  • Signature Assignments

    • Classroom Community (1st & 2nd semesters)

    • Ethnography Report (1st semester)

    • Unit Plan (1st semester)

    • Reflective Analysis (1st semester)

    • Literacy Lesson Set (2nd semester)

  • PACT (3rd semester) Performance Assessment for California Teachers

Classroom community 1 st 2 nd semesters
Classroom Community (1st & 2nd semesters)

  • …This Signature Assignment is focused on the process of building an effective classroom management plan and in-depth reflections of your use and your plan within the context of your own beliefs….

  • (EDTE 371 Schools and Community).

Ethnography report 1 st semester
Ethnography Report (1st semester)

  • …demonstrates an ability to use anthropological approaches including field observation, data collection and analysis and the development and use of theoretical frameworks for understanding a classroom learning environment and a set of English Language Learners within that environment.  EDTE 372

Unit plan 1 st semester
Unit Plan (1st semester)

  • involves the use of design standards that incorporate key educational psychology principles, assessment , and learning experiences to create a unit of instruction in the candidates’ content area within a small group setting.

Reflective analysis 1 st semester
Reflective Analysis (1st semester)

  • …how each of the following categories is incorporated into the unit plan: learning theories/models, accommodations for English language learners and students with special needs, social and emotional development, theories of motivation and cognition, and assessment, evaluation, and standardized test data.

Literacy lesson set 2 nd semester
Literacy Lesson Set (2nd semester)

  • designing and implementing a series of content-area literacy lessons during their student teaching experience.

Pact guide for assessing teaching
PACT: Guide for Assessing Teaching

  • Context

  • Planning Assessment & Instruction

  • Instruction

  • Assessment

  • Reflection

    Academic Language


  • Students (H.S. or M.S.)

    • Academic Development – key skills & knowledge

    • Language Development – academic language as well as English language competency

    • Social Development – problems solving skills,

    • Socio-economic & Cultural Context

Planning for instruction assessment
Planning for Instruction & Assessment

  • How do the plans structure student learning of strategies

    • Key Learning Tasks

  • How do the plans make the curriculum accessible to the students in the class?

    • Teaching Strategies

  • What opportunities do students have to demonstrate their understanding of the standards and learning objectives?

    • Collection of Assessments


  • How does the candidate actively engage students?

  • How does the candidate monitor student learning during instruction and respond to student questions, comments, and needs?

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  • How does the candidate monitor student learning during instruction and respond to student questions, comments, and needs?

  • How does the candidate use the analysis of student learning to propose next steps in instruction?


  • How does the candidate use research, theory, and reflections on teaching and learning to guide practice?

Academic language
Academic Language

  • How does the candidate describe student language development in relation to the language demands of the learning tasks and assessments?

  • How do the candidate’s planning, instruction, and assessment support academic language development?