Professional Education Unit Data
Preparing Effective Educators
The Esteves School of Education prepares highly effective leaders, educators, teachers, school counselors, and clinicians who support, encourage, and create learning environments that meet the learning needs of all students. Our Conceptual Framework includes the concepts of technology, best practices, inclusion and diversity, reflection, dispositions, and service learning (TBIRDS). These elements are interrelated and integrated to prepare professional education candidates to assume roles as reflective facilitators of learning, combining knowledge and skills to exemplify those qualities and dispositions that characterize effective educators.
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TITLE II New York State Teacher Certification Examination Pass Rates (Initial Licensure programs Unit –Wide)
Evaluation of Dispositions Transition Point 3 Unit-Wide
- Aggregate Unit-Wide Candidate Final Self-Evaluation of Dispositions (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012)
- Aggregate Unit-Wide Faculty Final Evaluation of Candidate Disposition (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012)
Evaluation of Pedagogical Knowledge and Skills Transition Point 3 Unit-Wide
- Aggregate Initial Candidate Pedagogical Knowledge & Skills Evaluation (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012)
- Aggregate Advanced Candidate Pedagogical Knowledge & Skills Evaluation (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012)
Survey of Program Completers at Exit Unit-Wide
Service Learning Data