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EDUC 797: FALL INTERNSHIP EVALUATION FORM

MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING


TOWSON UNIVERSITY
INTERN Elizabeth Johnson

MENTOR TEACHER Erin Upton

SCHOOL Hanna More

SUBJECT/GRADE(S) TAUGHT Science / 8th

DATES OF INTERNSHIP:
minimum 25

August 25, 2014 to December 8, 2014 Total Days in School:

PERFORMANCE
INDICATOR
Interactions with
students (InTASC 2, 3)
Classroom
Management (InTASC
5)
Subject Matter Knowledge
(INTASC 1)
Ability to plan for small
segments of instruction
(InTASC 4, 7)
Knowledge of instructional
technology (InTASC 6)
Ability to assess student
learning and adapt
instruction (InTASC 8)
Collaboration with parents
and interaction with faculty
and school personnel
(InTASC 10)
Self-assessment/Reflection
(InTASC 9)
Communications skills and
response to feedback
(InTASC 6, 9)

Distinguished
Proficient
(Consistently) (Frequently)
X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

Basic
(Sometimes)

Emergent
(Rarely)

Not
Observed

Flexibility

X
X

Organizational skills
Attitude and appearance

X
X

Time management of
classroom responsibilities
Punctuality

Initiative

COMMENDATIONS:
Elizabeth has built a great rapport with both the students and staff.
She accesses resources for support and asks for assistance when needed.
She demonstrates accurate reflections and always implements any needed action.
RECOMMENDATIONS:
Elizabeth should establish / continue involvement in the IEP process.
She should continue to access resources for instruction and classroom management.
She should increase her awareness and effort to be more prompt with her reflections.

MENTOR TEACHER (SIGNATURE)


Erin Upton
DATE December 5, 2014

INTERN (SIGNATURE)
Elizabeth Johnson
DATE December 5, 2014

NOTE: Please provide a copy of this evaluation to the intern and the university PDS
Coordinator within three days of the completion of EDUC 797 Internship