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  • 1. Online Teaching Endorsement Competency ChecklistChecklist items are performance outcomes required by Professional Standards Commission Rule505-3-.85 Online Teaching Endorsement. During each course, the candidate will provide narrativeevidence of achievement of targeted outcomes, including date of completion, course #, project name,grade (if given), and hyperlink to artifact if included in KMS. Some performances may be satisfied bydocumentation of prior experience, particularly through the Computer Skill Competency Assessment(In-Tech; Georgia Special Requirement). This will be an electronic document within each candidate’sKMS, added to during each course, and cumulative to the end of the program. When anitem/outcome is checked as fully satisfied by an instructor, no additional evidence of achievement ofthe outcome is required. Performance Target for Evidence Candidate Self- Instructor Program Outcomes for Performance Assessment Assessment Advisor Online Teaching (include date of Assessment Endorsement (all (course(s) or completion, course must be satisfied to prior #, project name, satisfied satisfied satisfied satisfied satisfied satisfied satisfied satisfied satisfied Partially Partially Partially recommend experience) grade (if given), and Fully Fully Fully candidate for Not Not Not hyperlink to artifact if endorsement) included in KMS.(I) effectively use and Computerassist others in word- Skillprocessing, Competencyspreadsheet, and Assessmentpresentationsoftware. 7601(II) 1) effectively use ComputerInternet browsers, Skillemail applications Competencyand online etiquette. Assessment Performance outcomes reserved for assessment by field-based observation 7603 in Practicum.(II) 2) candidates 7603additionally candesign and maintaina module using anonline courselearningmanagement system.(III) incorporate 7602visual resources intoan online module.(IV) utilize 7601synchronous andasynchronous toolseffectively (i.e.,discussion boards,chat tools, electronicwhiteboards, etc.).(V) troubleshoot Computertypical software and Skillhardware problems. Competency Assessment
  • 2. (VI) effectively use 7602and incorporatesubject specificdevelopmentallyappropriate softwarein an online learningmodule.(VII) demonstrate 7601continual growth intechnologyknowledge and skillsto stay abreast ofcurrent andemergingtechnologies.(VIII) model Computerappropriate Skillstrategies essential Competencyto continued growth Assessmentand development ofthe understanding oftechnologyoperations andconcepts.(I) demonstrate 7603effective strategiesand techniques that Performance outcome reserved for assessment byactively engagestudents in the field-based observation in Practicum.learning process, indesigning, andassessing onlinelearners andinstruction.(II) apply current 7602research on teachingand learning withtechnology whenplanning learningenvironments andexperiences.(III) create and 7601maintain acommunity bycreating value,effective facilitation,and an environmentof trust, establishingconsistent andreliable operatingnorms, andsupportingindividuality andempowerment.
  • 3. (IV) facilitate and 7601monitor appropriateinteraction amonglearners.(V) promote 7601collaborativelearning throughreflection and socialnegotiation.(VI) incorporate 7601within instructionaldesigns sufficientsupport, directions,and guidelines foronline learners.(VII) lead online 7602instruction groupsthat are meaningful,project-based,inquiry-oriented.(VIII) model and 7601demonstrateeffective moderatortechniques tofacilitate activestudent participation.(IX) differentiate 7602instruction ofstudents’ learningstyles and needsand assist studentsin assimilating andaccommodatingmeaningfulinformation.(X) apply technology Computerto increase Skillproductivity. Competency Assessment(XI) apply Computertechnology to Skillengage students’ Competencyhigher order thinking Assessmentskills and creativity.(I) consistently 7601model effectivecommunication skillsand maintain recordsof applicablecommunications withstudents.
  • 4. (II) facilitate regular 7601and frequentteacher-studentinteraction, student-student interaction,and teacher-parentinteraction in avariety of ways.(III) provide an 7601effective onlinesyllabus that lays outthe terms of theclass interaction forboth teacher andstudents, definesclear expectationsfor both teacher andstudents, details thegrading criteria andappropriate andinappropriatebehavior forstudents, andexplains the courseorganization tostudents.(IV) provide an 7603online syllabus withobjectives, concepts,and ideas, andlearning outcomes in Performance outcome reserved for assessment bya clearly written,concise format. (Alsoincludes key field-based observation in Practicum.components insyllabus:expectations forinteractions, gradingcriteria,inappropriatebehavior criteria,class organization,etc.)(V) use student data 7601to inform instruction,assist students intheir own time andtask management,monitor learnerprogress withavailable tools, anddevelop interventionplans forunsuccessfullearners.(VI) provide timely, 7601constructivefeedback to studentassignments
  • 5. (VII) provide clearly 7601defined statementsinforming studentswhat to expect interms of theirresponse time(I) establish 7601standards forstudent behavior thatare designed toensure academicintegrity andappropriate uses ofthe Internet andwrittencommunication.(II) clearly identify 7601the risks ofacademic dishonestyin online testing andcreates assessmentopportunities, whichlimit this risk .(III) demonstrate an 7601awareness oftechnology impacton student testingperformance.(IV) provide a 7603copyright statementor disclaimer which Performance outcome reserved for assessment byclearly identifies theowner(s) of the field-based observation in Practicum.course and thesource(s) of thematerial students areabout to use.(V) inform students Computerof the significance Skilland responsibilities Competencyassociated with AssessmentAcceptable UsePolicies (AUP) 7601 (VI) use appropriate 7602strategies andresources for dealingwith student issuesarising frominappropriate use ofelectronically-accessed data orinformation(VII) inform students 7601of their right toprivacy and theconditions underwhich their names oronline submissionsmay be shared withothers
  • 6. (I) apply experiences 7603as an online studentto develop Performance outcome reserved for assessment by field-based observationsuccessful strategies in Practicum.for teaching online.(II) demonstrate the 7602ability to anticipatechallenges andproblems in theonline classroom.(III) experience the 7601perspective of theonline studentthrough his or herresponsiveness andempatheticbehaviors towardstudents.(I) continually review 7602all materials andWeb resources foralignment withcourse objectivesand standards andor appropriateness(II) create Computerassignments, Skillprojects and Competencyassessments that Assessmentare aligned toaddress visual, 7602auditory, and tactilelearning styles. (III) use authentic 7602assessment ofstudent acquiredknowledge and skillsas part of theevaluation process(IV) provide 7603continuousevaluation of Performance outcome reserved for assessmentstudents, to includepre- and post- by field-based observation in Practicum.testing as well asstudent inputthroughout thecourse.(V) develop a 7602triangulation of theassignments,assessments andstandards-basedlearning goals.
  • 7. (VI) create 7602assignments that areauthentic andrelevant to thecontent and shouldelicit a responsefrom the studentcomparable with thelevel of competencydemanded in therelated task(VII) create 7602assessments,assignments andprojects that addressmultiple intelligences(I) respect diverse 7602talents and usestrategies designedto include allstudents.(II) provide activities, 7603modified asnecessary, that are Performance outcome reserved for assessmentrelevant to specialeducation by field-based observation in Practicum.modifications,student age, culturalbackground andexperiences. (III) encourage 7601collaboration andinteraction among allstudents(IV) provide student- 7602centered lessonsand activities thatare based onconcepts of activelearning and that areconnected to real-world applications.(V) provide 7601opportunities forstudents to considermeaning and reflecton new knowledge(I) create or select 7603effective assessmentinstruments tomeasure onlinelearning that reflect Performance outcome reserved for assessmentsufficient contentvalidity (i.e.,adequately sample by field-based observation in Practicum.the content that theyare designed tomeasure) andreliability (i.e.,produce consistentresults from
  • 8. administration toadministration).(II) implement online 7601assessmentmeasures andmaterials in waysthat insureinstrument validityand reliability(III) assess student 7601knowledge andinstruction in avariety of ways.(I) employ effective 7603self-evaluation toolsto ensure theircourses have avariety of timely and Performance outcome reserved for assessmentappropriate activitiesto assess studentreadiness for course by field-based observation in Practicum.content and mode ofdelivery(II) provide 7602opportunities forstudent selfassessment withincourses.(I) gather 7603appropriatebackground andcontent knowledgeassessment data for Performance outcome reserved for assessmenteach student andbase instruction onstudent assessment by field-based observation in Practicum.data(II) review student 7601responses to testitems in onlinetesting software toidentify issues intesting orpedagogicalstrategies.(III) demonstrate 7601awareness ofobservational data(i.e., tracking data inelectronic courses,Web logs, email,etc.) and its uses inmonitoring courseprogress andeffectiveness(IV) provide 7601opportunities forevaluating teachingeffectiveness withinthe onlineenvironment (i.e.,classroom
  • 9. assessmenttechniques, teacherevaluations, teacherpeer reviews)