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RESIDENCY EVALUATION FORMS:  English

Residency Semester Evaluation Rubric

English Education Majors

EDSE 4500, Spring Semester

The College of Education at the University of Wyoming uses a four-level rubric as a means of providing concrete feedback to candidates. Alignment among NCATE/NCTE rubric levels and those used by the College of Education are as follows: Distinguished aligns with Target; an overall ranking of Proficient aligns with Acceptable; Unsatisfactory aligns with Unacceptable.  This rubric is used for both mid-term and final evaluations. The mid-term evaluation, carried out at the halfway point of the residency semester, should give candidates feedback on their performance; this feedback should be used by candidates to improve their performance. In order to be successful on the final evaluation using this rubric, candidates must receive at least an overall Proficient level, which is defined as follows: no scores of Unsatisfactory; Basic scores may be received on only the following categories: 10 and 11. All other categories must receive at least a score of Proficient.

Unsatisfactory (U)

Basic (B)

Proficient (P)

Distinguished (D)

1. Professionalism and reflective practice

COE 3.4, 5.3, 5.5, 9.1, 10.1

NCTE Standard 2.3

Candidate seldom complies with school policies, attends required meetings, displays appropriate behaviors, accepts constructive criticism, demonstrates respect for each student, and cultivates a democratic classroom community. Candidate seldom participates in appropriate school improvement activities. Candidate seldom demonstrates reflective practice, involvement in professional organizations, and collaboration with both faculty and other candidates.

Candidate occasionally complies with school policies, attends required meetings, displays appropriate behaviors, accepts constructive criticism, demonstrates respect for each student, and cultivates a democratic classroom community. Candidate occasionally participates in appropriate school improvement activities. Candidate occasionally demonstrates reflective practice, involvement in professional organizations, and collaboration with both faculty and other candidates.

Candidate frequently complies with school policies, attends required meetings, displays appropriate behaviors, accepts constructive criticism, demonstrates respect for each student, and cultivates a democratic classroom community. Candidate frequently participates in appropriate school improvement activities. Candidate frequently demonstrates reflective practice, involvement in professional organizations, and collaboration with both faculty and other candidates.

Candidate consistently complies with school policies, attends required meetings, displays appropriate behaviors, accepts constructive criticism, demonstrates respect for each student, and cultivates a democratic classroom community. Candidate consistently participates in appropriate school improvement activities. Candidate demonstrates reflective practice, involvement in professional organizations, and collaboration with both faculty and other candidates.

Candidate uses the results of reflective practice to design a plan for professional development.

Notations

Midterm:

Final:

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