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NCICU ed deans mtg nov 2012 NCICU ed deans mtg nov 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • NCICU Teacher Education Deans Meeting High Point University November 2, 2012 Eliz Colbert, Debbie Hill, & Rachel McBroom
  • NCATE Update
  • IHE PrioritiesI. CommunicationII. Program ApprovalIII. Reporting
  • Priority I: CommunicationIHE Wiki
  • Priority I: CommunicationNCDPI/SBE Updates• IHE Institutes Registration closes Nov. 21 – Dec. 17 at UNC Wilmington – Jan. 9 at Gardner Webb University Charlotte Campus• ETS High Demand for Praxis in December – encourage students to register early
  • Priority I: CommunicationNCDPI/SBE Updates• Task Force is developing recommendations regarding: – MTEL – SB 724 – Arts integration across the curriculum• IHE representatives (Meredith, Campbell, NCSU, UNCC, UNCG, UNC GA, NCICU)
  • Priority I: CommunicationQuestions/Comments
  • Priority II: Program ApprovalRevisioning updates• Program Approval Letters – corrections in progress• New blueprints under review• Superintendent Licensure Program Revisioning Process – tentatively begin Spring 2013
  • Priority II: Program ApprovalRttT IHE Report Card update• RttT Report Cards will be populated with data from IHE Performance Reports and N.C. Educator Evaluation System• Expected publication data – 12/12
  • Priority II: Program ApprovalElementary Education Pilot update• Executive Summary and Technical Reports posted on IHE wiki• Committee will make recommendations for 2013 pilot based on 2012 results – Dale Carpenter (Western), Loury Floyd (NC A&T), Mary Kay Delany (Meredith), Michael Maher (NCSU), & Brenda Tinkham (Chowan)
  • Priority II: Program ApprovalElem Ed Evidence 3 Strengths • Good Unit Plan • Clear Lesson Plans • Descriptors clearly addressed • Interdisciplinary • Included Rationale • Strong Collaboration • Included School and Classroom • Variety of Methods Profiles • Critical Thinking • Use of NCSCOS • Global Awareness • Strong Content • Technology • Supportive Visuals • Variety of Resources • Effective Assessment • Parent Involvement • Differentiation • Strong Reflection
  • Priority II: Program ApprovalElem Ed Evidence 3 Limitations • Misinterpretation of 3c.2 • No Narrative • Collaboration Missing/Weak • Did Not Include Plans • Did Not Address Diversity • Assignment Not Appropriate For • Standards Weakly Met Evidence • No differentiation • Too Many Descriptors • Weak Research Base • Disjointed • Lack of Organization • No Contextual Info Provided • Lack of Details
  • Priority II: Program ApprovalMSA Pilot update• Report on IHE wiki• 16 campuses participated• 32 candidate portfolios reviewed• Review process was effective with a few suggestions for improvement.• Repeat in Summer 2013 with larger sample to provide individual campus feedback
  • Priority II: Program ApprovalQuestions/Comments
  • Priority III: Reporting• Title II Pass Rate Reporting through ETS – Resolve issues around lateral entry – Resolve issues around transfer students• IHE Performance Report
  • Thank you & for more informationcontact… Rachel A. McBroom, Ph.D. Eliz Colbert, Ed.D. Debbie Hill, Ed.D.