Tx adm supervisor_overview

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  1. 1. University of PhoenixPrincipal Preparation Internship Operational Guidelines for Mentor/Field Supervisors “Impacting student learning, one educator at a time.”
  2. 2. MissionUniversity of Phoenix provides access tohigher education opportunities that enablestudents to develop knowledge and skillsnecessary to achieve their professionalgoals, improve the productivity of theirorganizations and provide leadership andservice to their communities.
  3. 3. Purpose To facilitate cognitive and affective student learning To develop competence in communication, critical thinking, and collaboration To provide instruction that bridges the gap between theory and practice To provide General Education and foundational instruction and services To use technology to create effective modes and means of instruction To assess student learning and use assessment To be organized as a for-profit institution in order to foster a spirit of innovation To generate the financial resources necessary to support the Universitys mission.
  4. 4. College of EducationConceptual Framework
  5. 5. University Learning Goals Professional Competence and Values Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Communication Information Utilization Collaboration
  6. 6. PhilosophyOur core goal is to meet the needs ofworking and underserved students bygiving you the chance to earn your collegedegree. Flexible scheduling, faculty withreal-world knowledge and a consistent andeffective curriculum design help makehigher education accessible to everyone.
  7. 7. Texas Administrative Code Principal Certificate StandardsThe standards serve as the foundation forthe individual assessment, professionalgrowth plan, and continuing professionaleducation activities required by §241.30 ofthis title (relating to Requirements toRenew the Standard Principal Certificate).
  8. 8. Texas Administrative Code Learner-Centered Values and Ethics of LeadershipA principal is an educational leader whopromotes the success of all students byacting with integrity and fairness and in anethical manner.
  9. 9. Texas Administrative Code Learner-Centered Leadership and Campus CultureA principal is an educational leader whopromotes the success of all students byacting with integrity and fairness and in anethical manner.
  10. 10. Texas Administrative CodeLearner-Centered Human Resources Leadership and ManagementA principal is an educational leader whopromotes the success of all students byimplementing a staff evaluation anddevelopment system to improve theperformance of all staff members, selectsand implements appropriate models forsupervision and staff development, andapplies the legal requirements forpersonnel management.
  11. 11. Texas Administrative Code Learner-Centered Communications and Community RelationsA principal is an educational leader whopromotes the success of all students bycollaborating with families and communitymembers, responding to diversecommunity interests and needs, andmobilizing community resources.
  12. 12. Texas Administrative Code Learner-Centered Organizational Leadership and ManagementA principal is an educational leader whopromotes the success of all students throughleadership and management of theorganization, operations, and resources for asafe, efficient, and effective learningenvironment.
  13. 13. Texas Administrative Code Learner-Centered Curriculum Planning and DevelopmentA principal is an educational leader whopromotes the success of all students byfacilitating the design and implementation ofcurricula and strategic plans that enhanceteaching and learning; alignment of curriculum,curriculum resources, and assessment; and theuse of various forms of assessment to measurestudent performance.
  14. 14. Texas Administrative Code Learner-Centered Instructional Leadership and ManagementA principal is an educational leader whopromotes the success of all students byadvocating, nurturing, and sustaining a campusculture and instructional program conducive tostudent learning and staff professional growth
  15. 15. Step 1 – Internship Approval Process TEACHER EDUCATION SPECIALIST (TES) CONTACTS STUDENT. STUDENT RECEIVES REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FROM TES. TES COORDINATES WITH SENIOR FACULTY LIAISON (SFL). SFL CREATES STUDENT FOLDER: COORDINATES WITH PROGRAM MANAGER/DIRECTOR. STUDENT COMPLETES ADMIN/500. SITE SUPERVISOR/MENTOR ASSIGNED FACULTY/FIELD SUPERVISOR (FS) ASSIGNED FS MAKES FIRST CONTACT WITH STUDENT—WITHIN FIRST 3 WEEKS FS SCHEDULES AND CONDUCTS SITE VISIT—WITHIN FIRST 3 WEEKS
  16. 16. Step 2 – Communication during Internship Field Supervisor (FS) contacts the student and the mentor on a regular basis. Contacts are recorded on Communication Log  Documented initial contact and 3 additional formal observations/evaluations are required for all principal candidates  All observations must be a minimum of 45 minutes FS checks on all documents collected in the 591 Seminar Series.
  17. 17. Step 3- First Evaluation Observation and Conference 1st formal observation must occur during ADMIN/596A (at the completion of 60 hours)  All observations must be a minimum of 45 minutes Meet with student and mentor to debrief Meet with mentor privately Document start and end times of observation & conference Complete first evaluation in TaskStream
  18. 18. Step 3 continued…. Provide copy of FS evaluation to campus principal and candidate, with signature confirmations COE must receive the signed copy of the acknowledgement form at the completion of 240 hours. This is submitted by the student to the designated staff member.
  19. 19. Step 4 – Second Evaluation Observation and Conference First week of ADMIN/596B (completion of 120 log hours)  All observations must be a minimum of 45 minutes Meet with student and mentor Meet with mentor privately  Document start and end times of observation & conference Complete midterm evaluation in TaskStream Submit grade in TaskStream
  20. 20. Step 4 continued…. Provide copy of FS evaluation to campus principal and candidate, with signature confirmations COE must receive the signed copy of the acknowledgement form at the completion of 240 hours. This is submitted by the student to the designated staff member
  21. 21. Step 5 – Final Evaluation Observation and Conference First week of ADMIN/596C (completion of 240 hours)  All observations must be a minimum of 45 minutes Meet with student and mentor Meet with mentor privately Document start and end times of observation & conference Complete final evaluation in Task Stream Submit grade in Task Stream
  22. 22. Step 5 continued…. Provide copy of FS evaluation to campus principal and candidate, with signature confirmations COE must receive the signed copy of the acknowledgement form at the completion of 240 hours. This is submitted by the student to the designated staff member
  23. 23. Internship Grading Protocol Student must have combined overall score of 3 out of 4 to meet internship requirement.Grade Form Holistic approach Grading scale
  24. 24. TaskStreamhttps://www.taskstream.com/ts/administrator5/TX FS Instructions for completing evaluations Grading standards
  25. 25. Additional Information Requires 30-40 hours additional field experience, assigned through coursework Hours recorded on Field Experience Record FS: No direct responsibilities for field experience
  26. 26. Where To Find Documents https://www.taskstream.com/ts/administrator5/TX

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