Student Learning Outcomes

Candidates will demonstrate:

  1. Knowledge, skill, and ability to articulate planning of instruction and assessments
  2. Knowledge, skill, and ability to analyze their teaching and assess student learning
  3. Knowledge, skill, and ability of specific theories of child development to support student learning related to practice
  4. Ability to make connections to research as it relates to cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development
  5. Mastery of high-level practice through their clinical experiences
  6. Knowledge, skill and ability to problem solve using reflective activities to analyze and adjust instruction to make appropriate accommodations for all learners
  7. Use of academic language as it relates to theory and practice in written and oral assessments
  8. Knowledge, skill, and ability to coordinate and adjust instruction to address the individual needs of exceptional learners