Student Learning Outcome 1 (revised 2015 report) Candidates demonstrate proficiency in the 10 InTASC standards at the appropriate progression level (s) in the following categories: the learner and learning; content; instructional practice; and professional responsibility. There are 9 major areas assessed on the STAR 2012, and these areas are also aligned to our Conceptual Framework for educator preparation programs: 1) K1: Learner Development and Learning Differences; 2) K2: content Knowledge; 3) E1: Learning Environments; 4) E2: Application of Content; 5) E3: Assessment; 6) E4: Planning for Instruction; 7) E5: Instructional Strategies; 8) C1: Professional Learning and Ethical Practice; 9) C2: Leadership and Collaboration.
Data examples for a few of these major areas are accessible in the links below:
- E3- Assessment
- E5- Instructional Strategies
- K1-Learning Development and Learning Differences
- E1- Learning Environments
In addition, many of the 2016 Charrette project presentations align with the student learning outcomes at the Cato College of Education and provide reflection from current candidates and recent graduates.