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ARC MTMS Program Orientation 2013

  1. 1. Welcome 2013 ARC-MTMSCohortProgram OrientationGraduate Teacher Education at SPU
  2. 2. AgendaMorningGetting to know youAbout theUniversitySchoolProgramStandards & AccreditationCertification OfficeProgram SpecificsLunch 12:00AfternoonAcademic Policies 12:30Tuition and FeesCampus ResourcesClass RegistrationbPortfolioContact and Support ~1:10www.sputeachered.org/arc-candidate-orientation
  3. 3. Learning TargetGet to know each other.Summarize features of the ARC-MTMS program.
  4. 4. Ice Breaker• Groups of 6-8• Read, discuss, report
  5. 5. SPU• Founded by FreeMethodistChristians 1891• 1921 NormalTraining Schoolp. 4
  6. 6. School of Education VisionConceptual Framework• Service• Leadership• Competence• Characterp. 6
  7. 7. MAT Program StandardsPrinciples of HOPEH – Honor student diversity, development and their right tolearnO – Offer an organized and challenging curriculumP – Practice effective teaching: inquiry, planning, instruction &assessmentE – Exemplify service to the teaching professionp. 7
  8. 8. Program Standards and WACRead WAC 181 for Teacher Candidates
  9. 9. Graduate School Standards• Foundational Knowledge and Skills• Leadership• Communication• Analysis & Problem Solving• Professionalism• Impact on Student Learningp. 9
  10. 10. Accreditation• Professional Educator Standards Board– Teacher Performance Assessment– Draft Professional Development Plan– WEST B and E• National Council for Accreditation of TeacherEducation– bPortfolio– Disposition Assessment
  11. 11. Alternative Routes to CertificationMaster ofArts inTeachingMaster ofTeaching inMath andSciencep. 10
  12. 12. ARC Program at SPUdevelopmental in natureaddresses foundational knowledge in the field ofeducation, curriculum and instructionblend of theoretical and practical studiesintegrated with the mission of SPUall credits are offered at the graduate level
  13. 13. ARC Routes to CertificationRoute 1Route 2Route 3Route 4
  14. 14. Certification Component45 creditsSummer Learning Academy (12-13 credits)10-month internship3 quarters of graduate classesbeginning week of September 30
  15. 15. Certification Component• Orientation Element– Introduction to Teaching; Leadership in Teaching• Foundations Element– Learners in Context, Diversity in America and ProfessionalIssues.• Application Element– Inquiry, Teaching & Assessment Methods– Classroom Management– elective in educational technology• Site Experiences Element (internship)p. 11
  16. 16. Timetable at a Glance12-13 credits in summer quarterbusy autumn quartermath-science, elementary-sped, K-12 secondarytechnology electivecourse descriptionsp. 14
  17. 17. Sample Course Sequence Checklist
  18. 18. Master’s Degree ElementEDU 6085 Moral Issues in Education (MAT, MTMS)EDU 6120 American Education: Past & Present (MAT, MTMS)EDU 6526 Survey of Instructional Strategies (MAT)EDU 6978 Introduction to STEM Research (MTMS)EDSP 6644 Educating Exceptional Students (MAT, MTMS, SpEd)EDSP 6652 Seminar in Learning Disabilities & ADHD (SpEd only)p. 22
  19. 19. Choose One 3 Credit ElectiveCurriculum DesignHuman Development & Principles of LearningCommunication & CollaborationReading/Writing in Content AreasWriting: Process to ProductOther course with approvalGo Falcons
  20. 20. Second Master’sMAT - EDU 6085 Moral Issues in EducationMTMS - Introduction to STEM ResearchMTMS - Moral Issues in Education5 years to complete1 course every 2 years to remain active
  21. 21. Academic PoliciesAcademic IntegrityAppeals PolicyNo grade less than a C (2.0) may be appliedtoward certification or degreeA cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or highermaintained across programGPA < 3.0 = academic probation9 credits to increase the GPA to 3.0 or higherp. 24
  22. 22. Welcome Back Kotter
  23. 23. ARC Tuition & Fees$422 per credit for certification (45) = $19,490$578 per credit for Master’s (15) = $8,670Internship $500 ($150a, $150w, $200s)edTPA $300, State $55, Graduation $50Booksp. 26
  24. 24. Campus ResourcesID CardsLibrarySoftware agreements (CIS)SecurityBookstoreParkingp. 32
  25. 25. Parking• Free4 pm (some lots say 5) – 7 amSat and SunSummer
  26. 26. Course RegistrationmySPU (www.spu.edu)– Banner– Blackboard– Catalog/Time Schedule– Webmail (SPU email)– White Pages
  27. 27. Catalog/Time Schedule
  28. 28. BannerScheduleFinancial AidGrades
  29. 29. Sample Course Sequence Checklist
  30. 30. WebmailForwarding your email through a third party(@gmail.com, @yahoo.com, @hotmail.com, etc.)sometimes results in messages that arrive in “junkmail” folder.Computer Information Services (CIS) recommendsnot forwarding SPU email through third parties.
  31. 31. Portfolio AssessmentPortfolio assessment involves the collection andpresentation of different types of student worksamples, gathered over time, to show depth andbreadth of learning. Work samples are collectedsystematically to validate accomplishments relativeto specific instructional objectives. Portfolioscontain written entries, often accompanying worksamples, which are characterized by self-assessment through reflection.bPortfolio – Blog Portfolio –shows portfolio contents inan online container.http://sputeacher.wordpress.com/p. 28
  32. 32. WAC - Program StandardsWAC 181Principles of HOPE (ProgramStandards)
  33. 33. ExamplebPortfolio
  34. 34. A task to complete by June 7Module 1 – Develop your own bPortfolio siteaccording to the SPU template.Module 2 – Post your first entry by answeringthe following two questions:What vision do you have of yourself as adeveloping, effective teacher?What do you think will make you a particularlysuccessful teacher?p. 37http://sputeacher.wordpress.com/
  35. 35. Between Now and July 22Modules 3 – 7Success in online learningLibrary resources & information literacyUnderstanding and mastering APAPrinciples of paraphrasingOSPISummer Reading p. 39
  36. 36. Contact and SupportTeacher EducationProgram AdminInternship PlacementEndorsement/Certificationp. 40
  37. 37. What’s next?Approved Plan of Study CoursesModules 1-7Class registrationWebmailSummer session July 22Internship Orientation September 10, ~4:00-7:00www.sputeachered.org/arc-candidate-orientation

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