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Drake University School of Education Student Teaching Final Evaluation

Student Teacher:
Term: Fall/Spring

Mentor Teacher: Date:


Unsatisfactory

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Advanced Expertise Comments: Through Erin's teachings about the Art Center she helped the 4th graders connect concepts tto the real world. She facilitated and planned for the field trip using multiple resources, and strengthened students creativity and critical thinking skills in a collaborative setting. She uses a variety of methods to check for understanding. Erin is reflective on the student's progress and her own growth. Planning the lesson content and meeting student needs comes naturally to Erin. Her strength as an artist and a mother helps her shine in this area. Erin consistently . incorporates a variety of instructional strategies including
Drake University School of Education, 2011

Final
Developing
Shows the connection between content knowledge and realworld applications. Sometimes supports learners' use of critical and creative thinking to solve problems, develop communication skills, use resources, and look at more than one perspective.

Drake University SOE Expectations:

Proficient
Consistently implements instruction that engages learners in applying content knowledge to real- world problems, utilizing critical and creative thinking. Facilitates the development of communication skills, use of current tools/resources, arid multiple perspectives within collaborative problem solving.

5. Application of Content: The Needs to make student teacher understands how to connections for learners connect concepts and use differing between concepts and perspectives to engage learners in real-world applications critical thinking, creativity, and and/or needs to collaborative problem solving facilitate the use of related to authentic local and global critical and creative issues. thinking to solve problems, develop communication skills, use resources, & look at multiple perspectives.

6. Assessment: The student teacher understands and uses multiple methods of assessment to engage learners in their own growth, to monitor learner progress, and to guide the teacher and learner's decision-making. 7. Planning for Instruction: The student teacher plans instruction that supports every student in meeting rigorous learning goals by drawing upon knowledge of content areas, curriculum, crossdisciplinary skills, and pedagogy, as well as knowledge of learners and the community context. 8. Instructional Strategies: The student teacher understands and uses a variety of instructional strategies to encourage learners to develop deep understanding of
Last Update: 07/2011

Does not understand or use assessment strategies effectively.

Understands and uses a variety of assessments (including formative and summative) for multiple purposes. Plans instruction using a variety of methods to meet curriculum goals, content standards, and student needs.

Effectively and,consistently implements a variety of assessments (including formative and summative) for multiple purposes. Consistently plans detailed instruction using a Variety of methods to meet curriculum goals, content standards, arid student needs.

Instructional plans are inadequate in detail or need to include a variety of methods to meet curriculum goals, content standards, and student needs. Lessons show a limited understanding of purposeful instructional strategies and the importance of higher

Implements some lessons that incorporate a variety of instructional strategies and support the development of

Consistently irriplements lessons that incorporate a variety of instructional strategies and support the development of higher order