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DRAFT Graduate Catalog 2014-2015 DRAFT

CatalogGraduateSchool of EducationELEMLearning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes for M.Ed. in Reading Education and Elementary Education

  1. The candidates will possess in-depth content knowledge to enhance 21st century skills in the specialty area that they teach.
  2. The candidates will know how to implement pedagogical strategies based on the North Carolina Standard Course of Study State Standards as required by the NCPTS and NCATE/CAEP.
  3. The candidates will design, implement and report research projects conducted in their classroom/school which integrates research with teaching and service.
  4. The candidates will utilize technology to enhance instruction, learning, research, assessment and data management.
  5. The candidates will promote an educational culture that values reflective practice.
  6. The candidates will demonstrate the value of diversity and promote instruction that is responsive to all learner needs.
  7. The candidates will demonstrate leadership skills to advocate for students, communities, policies and practices that support student learning and development.

Learning Outcomes  for the Class A Level  Licensure in  B-K and Elementary Education

  1. Teacher candidates will know their content based on the Common Core (Math and Language Arts K-5), the Essential Standards for all content areas, and CAEP.
  2. Teacher candidates will know how to teach based on the Common Core (Math and Language Arts K-5), the Essential Standards for all content areas, and CAEP.
  3. Teacher candidates will implement practices that reflect the cognitive, mental, and physical development of P-6 students.
  4. Teacher candidates will know how to utilize technology to enhance instruction, learning, research, assessment, and data management.
  5. Teacher candidates will demonstrate leadership skills through the establishment of a safe, orderly, and positive environment.
  6. Teacher candidates will provide appropriate accommodations and implement teaching strategies for diverse learners.
  7. Teacher candidates will integrate 21st century knowledge and skills in instruction.
  8. Teacher candidates will be able to communicate effectively and be reflective practitioners.

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