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Student Teaching Preliminary Meeting Fall 2016 OFFICE OF CLINICAL SERVICES & CERTIFICATION Lovinger Bldg. Student Teaching Preliminary Meeting Fall 2016 OFFICE OF CLINICAL SERVICES & CERTIFICATION Lovinger Bldg. 2170, UCM Warrensburg, MO 64093 Office: (660) 543 -4880 Fax: (660) 543 -8655 1

Handouts You should have picked up the following items at the door when you Handouts You should have picked up the following items at the door when you came in: ü Career Services Handout ü MEES Formative Ratings ü Checklist Meetings Schedule ü Social Media Policy 2

Career Services Amber Goreham 3 Career Services Amber Goreham 3

Academic Enrichment Cecelia Brewer brewer@ucmo. edu 4 Academic Enrichment Cecelia Brewer [email protected] edu 4

Academic Enrichment Test Prep Center https: //www. ucmo. edu/learningcenter 5 Academic Enrichment Test Prep Center https: //www. ucmo. edu/learningcenter 5

Agenda ü Student Teaching is a Requirement ü Student Teaching Pre-Requisites/ Requirements ü Professionalism Agenda ü Student Teaching is a Requirement ü Student Teaching Pre-Requisites/ Requirements ü Professionalism ü Attendance ü Checklist Meetings ü Required Forms/Paperwork ü District Requirements 6

Agenda ü Admission to Teacher Education Program ü Background Checks ü Testing Overview ü Agenda ü Admission to Teacher Education Program ü Background Checks ü Testing Overview ü Mo. GEA ü Missouri Content Assessment (Mo. CA) ü Professional Organizations ü Missouri Pre-Teaching Assessment (Mo. PTA) ü Missouri Educator Evaluation System (MEES) ü Co-Teaching Training Dates ü Orientation Meeting Dates 7

Our (Clinical Services & Certification) Job: ü Is not to prepare you for student Our (Clinical Services & Certification) Job: ü Is not to prepare you for student teaching ü That’s You and Your Department’s Responsibility ü Our responsibility is to Place Student Teachers 8

Our Job: ü It is not to find a Perfect or Dream Placement ü Our Job: ü It is not to find a Perfect or Dream Placement ü No Such Thing ü Our responsibility is to find a Placement that will help you earn your Certification ü School Districts don’t really look at what you taught in student teaching. If you went to UCM and you pass student teaching, they know you’re prepared. 9

Our Job: ü Understand honest Mistakes but: ü Putting things off is not an Our Job: ü Understand honest Mistakes but: ü Putting things off is not an honest mistake ü Not getting admitted to Teacher Ed. is not an honest mistake ü Forgetting to take the Mo. CA is not an honest mistake ü Forgetting to get your background check is not an honest mistake ü Failing classes or “D’s” in Teacher Education Classes is not an honest mistake. 10

Major Changes 11 Major Changes 11

Being here today should not be a surprise. Ever since you entered any level Being here today should not be a surprise. Ever since you entered any level of Teacher Preparation either as an Undergraduate or Graduate Student, You’ve known that Student Teaching was going to be a requirement 12

Substitute Teaching is not a Clinical Experience You can not get paid by a Substitute Teaching is not a Clinical Experience You can not get paid by a district during Clinical Experience 13

Alt. Certs &MAT’s—Teaching in an area that is not what you are seeking initial Alt. Certs &MAT’s—Teaching in an area that is not what you are seeking initial certification in is not a clinical experience—It does not count as Student Teaching 14

Student Teaching is regulated by Missouri Statutes, DESE Regulations and University Policy 15 Student Teaching is regulated by Missouri Statutes, DESE Regulations and University Policy 15

Major Changes from Semester to Semester. If you have friends student teaching this semester, Major Changes from Semester to Semester. If you have friends student teaching this semester, realize that the rules will be different for you than they were for them. 16

Due to Changes in state regulations, standards and assessments, there is little to no Due to Changes in state regulations, standards and assessments, there is little to no flexibility for student teaching. 17

Strict(er) Mo. PTA Policies 18 Strict(er) Mo. PTA Policies 18

Strict Mo. PTA Policies ü Removal from Student Teaching will have dire consequences for Strict Mo. PTA Policies ü Removal from Student Teaching will have dire consequences for Mo. PTA completion You Must Be Fully Committed to Student Teach 19

In order to student teach in the Spring 2017 Semester, you must meet the In order to student teach in the Spring 2017 Semester, you must meet the following requirements by the end of the Fall 2016 Semester: Undergraduates 20

ü You must be fully admitted to the Teacher Education Program. ü You must ü You must be fully admitted to the Teacher Education Program. ü You must meet all qualifications including: üA minimum Overall GPA of 2. 75 üA minimum Content GPA of 3. 0 üA minimum Teacher Ed. GPA of 3. 0 üMust be admitted to your Major Department üMust have a cleared FBI Criminal Background Check üMust have taken the Missouri Educator Profile (MEP) and have discussed it with your academic advisor. 21

In order to student teach in the Spring 2017 Semester, you must meet the In order to student teach in the Spring 2017 Semester, you must meet the following requirements by the end of the Fall 2016 Semester: Undergraduates & Graduates 22

ü Take the Missouri Content Assessment (Mo. CA) for your major ü The Missouri ü Take the Missouri Content Assessment (Mo. CA) for your major ü The Missouri Content Assessment is required to be taken prior to November 1, 2016 üYou do not have to pass it before you student teach—Must be passed to get your teaching certificate ü UCM Policy—”All required courses must be completed prior to student teaching. ” 23

Appeals to the Teacher Education Committee should only be filed if there are Extenuating Appeals to the Teacher Education Committee should only be filed if there are Extenuating Circumstances do not include: ü Having a GPA below 2. 75 ü Not having all coursework completed prior to student teaching ü Not passing the Mo. GEA ü Not having taken the Missouri Content Assessment ü Not having been admitted to Teacher Ed. 24

When you receive an email from student_teaching@ucmo. edu ljacques@ucmo. edu lfischer@ucmo. edu rlcole@ucmo. edu When you receive an email from [email protected] edu [email protected] edu [email protected] edu [email protected] edu ü Read it immediately ü Read it in its entirety—Not just the first couple of sentences ü We don’t send out tweets—usually our emails have quite a bit of detail to them 25

Reality Check 26 Reality Check 26

Reality Check Over the Past 30+ Years ü Nation at Risk Report ~1983 ü Reality Check Over the Past 30+ Years ü Nation at Risk Report ~1983 ü TV Portrayals of Teachers ü Attacks Have Increased over the Past 5 Years 27

Reality Check The Missouri State Board of Education and DESE came to the conclusion Reality Check The Missouri State Board of Education and DESE came to the conclusion that the reason so many teacher candidates were passing their Assessments was because they were Too Easy. Not Because: 28

Reality Check The Missouri State Board of Education and DESE came to the conclusion Reality Check The Missouri State Board of Education and DESE came to the conclusion that the reason so many teacher candidates were passing their Assessments was because they were Too Easy. Not Because: ü The Intelligence of the Candidates 29

Reality Check The Missouri State Board of Education and DESE came to the conclusion Reality Check The Missouri State Board of Education and DESE came to the conclusion that the reason so many teacher candidates were passing their Assessments was because they were Too Easy. Not Because: ü The Intelligence of the Candidates ü Your teachers in school, your professors at UCM did a good job of preparing you 30

Reality Check 2014~Missouri State Board of Education member states that because the state’s standards Reality Check 2014~Missouri State Board of Education member states that because the state’s standards were so low-- 31

Reality Check 2014~Missouri State Board of Education member states that because the state’s standards Reality Check 2014~Missouri State Board of Education member states that because the state’s standards were so low— “. . . any idiot could teach!” 32

Reality Check Actually— ü Higher Percentage of Med Students pass their Boards ü Higher Reality Check Actually— ü Higher Percentage of Med Students pass their Boards ü Higher Percentage of Law Students pass the Bar Exam 33

Reality Check Actually— ü Higher Percentage of Med Students pass their Boards ü Higher Reality Check Actually— ü Higher Percentage of Med Students pass their Boards ü Higher Percentage of Law Students pass the Bar Exam Only the Assessment for Teachers has been condemned as being too easy. 34

Reality Check Student Teaching will be tough— 35 Reality Check Student Teaching will be tough— 35

Reality Check Student Teaching will be tough— ü It’s Supposed to Be 36 Reality Check Student Teaching will be tough— ü It’s Supposed to Be 36

Reality Check Student Teaching will be tough— ü It’s Supposed to Be ü How Reality Check Student Teaching will be tough— ü It’s Supposed to Be ü How Else Do You Learn? ü It prepares you for a tough job 37

Reality Check Here’s what’s in your favor: 38 Reality Check Here’s what’s in your favor: 38

Reality Check Here’s what’s in your favor: ü You know more about learning styles, Reality Check Here’s what’s in your favor: ü You know more about learning styles, assessment, curriculum, and literacy than any generation of student teachers before you. 39

Reality Check Here’s what’s in your favor: ü You know more about learning styles, Reality Check Here’s what’s in your favor: ü You know more about learning styles, assessment, curriculum, and literacy than any generation of student teachers before you. ü You have had more real classroom experience than any generation before you. 40

With all of this, who would want to be a teacher? 41 With all of this, who would want to be a teacher? 41

Removals from Student Teaching Placement Hurts our entire program including the placement prospects of Removals from Student Teaching Placement Hurts our entire program including the placement prospects of those who follow. 42

Removals from Student Teaching Placement Things have changed drastically because of Mo. PTA ü Removals from Student Teaching Placement Things have changed drastically because of Mo. PTA ü Much Less Flexibility than in past because of new standards & assessments ü If you can not be fully committed to student teaching—Don’t do it! 43

Keep in Mind ü You will be a Guest in the school district and Keep in Mind ü You will be a Guest in the school district and in the school building(s) where you are assigned to student teach. ü School Districts do not have to place or take student teachers 44

Keep in Mind • You are expected to conduct yourself as a professional at Keep in Mind • You are expected to conduct yourself as a professional at all times. 45

Professionalism • In the Past 9 Years Student Teachers have been removed for: – Professionalism • In the Past 9 Years Student Teachers have been removed for: – Chronic Lateness – Not informing anyone about being absent – Not attending required district meetings – Cell phone usage/texting/Computer Issues – Lack of lesson plans and other types of lack of preparation – Inability to accept constructive criticism – Insensitivity to the needs of students – Unprofessional Dress – Informing Cooperating Teacher they were teaching incorrectly – Insubordination to: • The Principal and/or their Cooperating Teacher 46

Teacher Candidate Policy for Social Media All Teacher Candidates are expected to: ü Interact Teacher Candidate Policy for Social Media All Teacher Candidates are expected to: ü Interact and communicate with staff, administrators, students, and parents/legal guardians in a Professional Manner ü Follow District and Building Policies ü Teacher Candidates are to maintain Professional Boundaries 47

Teacher Candidate Policy for Social Media The use by Teacher Candidates of any social Teacher Candidate Policy for Social Media The use by Teacher Candidates of any social media to communicate with students and/or parents/legal guardians, including but not limited to email, Facebook, Twitter, texting, and blogs must be for educational purposes approved by the Teacher Candidate’s school district. Communications must comply with all relevant district policies and must be set up for public viewing. 48

Teacher Candidate Policy for Social Media Teacher Candidates must not use social media to Teacher Candidate Policy for Social Media Teacher Candidates must not use social media to engage in private communications with students. Teacher Candidates must not use their personal electronic communication devices, accounts, web pages, or other personal forms or electronic communication to communicate with students and parents/legal guardians. 49

Professionalism • Your Students and Student Teaching Comes First – Need to approach this Professionalism • Your Students and Student Teaching Comes First – Need to approach this as though you are a contracted teacher • Working with other people’s kids – Mo. PTA, Job/Work will not be an excuse for not performing up to level in student teaching – Strongly Discourage working at another job during Student Teaching Semester—Even more so because of Mo. PTA. – Can not receive pay from district you are student teaching in – This will not be your typical 12 Hours of University Credit 50

Professionalism ü Student Teaching begins the day that your Cooperating Teacher is contracted to Professionalism ü Student Teaching begins the day that your Cooperating Teacher is contracted to start the new school year or new semester. ü For Spring Semester, that means you are the first day your Cooperating Teacher requires them to return after their Christmas/New Year’s break. ü Attend all Faculty and Professional Development Meetings. 51

Professionalism • You are expected to attend: – – Faculty Meetings Professional Development Meetings Professionalism • You are expected to attend: – – Faculty Meetings Professional Development Meetings Parent-Teacher Meetings Any and all meetings that your Cooperating Teacher is expected to attend 52

Professionalism • Always Remember: Consider Student Teaching as your job rather than a class Professionalism • Always Remember: Consider Student Teaching as your job rather than a class – You can get fired from a job-- • Consider Student Teaching as a 4 month long job interview 53

Professionalism While Student Teaching: • • • The Five Be’s: Be On Time Be Professionalism While Student Teaching: • • • The Five Be’s: Be On Time Be Courteous Be Dependable Be Responsible Be Prepared 54

Attendance • Student Teachers are expected to report every day. • There are NO Attendance • Student Teachers are expected to report every day. • There are NO Vacation or Personal Days provided during the Student Teaching Semester. – Exception—Holidays Recognized by Your School District 55

Attendance • Spring Break • Weddings & Honeymoons • Graduation Trips 56 Attendance • Spring Break • Weddings & Honeymoons • Graduation Trips 56

Checklist Meetings 57 Checklist Meetings 57

Monday August 29 UU 235 Morning Afternoon 8: 30 -9: 00 Early Childhood/Elementary 1: Monday August 29 UU 235 Morning Afternoon 8: 30 -9: 00 Early Childhood/Elementary 1: 00 -1: 30 Early Childhood/Elementary 9: 15 -9: 45 Middle School/ Secondary 1: 45 -2: 15 Middle School/ Secondary 10: 00 -10: 30 Pre K-12 2: 30 -3: 00 Pre K-12 10: 45 -11: 30 Alternative 3: 15 -400 Alternative Certification/MAT Tuesday August 30 UU 219 Morning Afternoon 8: 30 -9: 15 Alternative Certification/MAT 1: 00 -1: 45 Alternative Certification/MAT 9: 30 -10: 00 Middle School/Secondary 2: 00 -2: 15 Middle School/ Secondary 10: 15 -10: 45 Pre K-12 2: 45 -3: 15 Pre K-12 11: 00 -11: 30 Early Childhood/Elementary 3: 30 -4: 00 Early Childhood/Elementary Wednesday August 31 UU 101 Morning Afternoon 8: 30 -9: 00 Pre K-12 1: 00 -1: 30 Pre K-12 9: 15 -9: 45 Early Childhood/Elementary 2: 00 -2: 15 Early Childhood/Elementary 10: 00 -10: 30 Middle School/ Secondary 2: 30 -3: 00 Middle School/Secondary 10: 45 -11: 30 Alternative 3: 15 -4: 00 Alternative Certification/MAT Thursday September 1 UU 235 Morning Afternoon 8: 30 -9: 15 Alternative Certification/MAT 1: 00 -1: 45 Alternative Certification/MAT 9: 30 -10: 00 Early Childhood/Elementary 2: 00 -2: 15 Early Childhood/Elementary 10: 15 -10: 45 Middle School/Secondary 2: 45 -3: 15 Middle School/Secondary 11: 00 -11: 30 Pre K-12 3: 30 -4: 00 Pre K-12 Dr. Cole will remain in the meeting room after each morning and afternoon session to answer questions. 58

Checklist Meeting Monday, August 29 Tuesday, August 30 Wednesday, August 31 Thursday, September 1 Checklist Meeting Monday, August 29 Tuesday, August 30 Wednesday, August 31 Thursday, September 1 8: 30 -11: 30 Mornings 1: 00 -4: 00 Afternoons 59

Checklist Meeting • Broken up into Four Groups – – Alternative Certification/MAT’s Early Childhood/Elementary Checklist Meeting • Broken up into Four Groups – – Alternative Certification/MAT’s Early Childhood/Elementary Middle School/Secondary Education Pre-K-12 60

Checklist Meeting • Times Rotate Each Day – 8 Different Time Periods at various Checklist Meeting • Times Rotate Each Day – 8 Different Time Periods at various times of the morning and afternoon for Each Group 61

Info on Checklist ü Required Assessments ü Career Services ü Scholarships ü Background Check Info on Checklist ü Required Assessments ü Career Services ü Scholarships ü Background Check ü Mo. PTA ü Enrollment ü Placement Letter ü Co-Teaching Training ü Required Meetings ü Seminar 62

All Forms Can be Found at: • www. ucmo. edu/cert/student • Click on Forms All Forms Can be Found at: • www. ucmo. edu/cert/student • Click on Forms • Forms Located under Student Teaching Preliminary Meetings 63

You will need to bring the following 3 completed forms with you to the You will need to bring the following 3 completed forms with you to the Checklist Meeting next week • Student Teaching Final Placement Request • Student Teacher Information Form • Authorization for Release of Information 64

Be aware that placing student teachers gets tougher each semester. School districts are getting Be aware that placing student teachers gets tougher each semester. School districts are getting more picky. Make sure that all of your paperwork is done correctly and on time. Being Late may mean your paperwork gets to the School Districts Late and may keep you from being placed in your choice of districts!! 65

 • Make sure that you have all three of the forms filled out • Make sure that you have all three of the forms filled out before the Checklist Meetings. • If the forms are not ready, you will be asked to attend a later meeting. • Checklist Meeting will last 30 minutes. • You will not be placed without attending one of these Meetings! • You’ll be given a copy of the checklist • Keep it! Do Not Be Late!! 66

Final Placement Request • We will send your paperwork to your first choice—can not Final Placement Request • We will send your paperwork to your first choice—can not guarantee order after that. Make sure that district is your first choice! You will not be placed in your home district unless it is a large district (i. e. Blue Springs, Independence, etc. ) • List Four school districts—not individual school buildings. • Do not attempt to arrange a placement for yourself, or select your supervising teacher. All placements must be arranged through our office and through the school districts! • We enroll you for Student Teaching and any other classes required by your major department through our office. • List clearly and concisely any unusual conditions that might affect your student teaching placement. • Coaching (athletics) does not dictate a student’s placement. Coaching does not count as Student Teaching hours. • Keep us informed regarding any changes: address, phone number, name, etc. Our office is not automatically informed when 67 you make a change in another office.

Final Placement Request • Once you submit this form: – No Changes will be Final Placement Request • Once you submit this form: – No Changes will be made unless it is at the request of your department. – Make sure that the four school districts you choose are four districts that you are willing to student teach in. • We may not be able to go in the order that you picked. – We can not guarantee placement in any district including your first choice. 68

Final Placement Request • Music Ed. Students – Placement Requests must be initialed/ signed Final Placement Request • Music Ed. Students – Placement Requests must be initialed/ signed by either Dr. Zabriskie for Vocal or Dr. Luberoff for Instrumental before you bring them to the Checklist Meeting. 69

Final Placement Request • Art Students – Placement Requests must be initialed/ signed by Final Placement Request • Art Students – Placement Requests must be initialed/ signed by Dr. Weed before you bring them to the Checklist Meeting. 70

Final Placement Request • All K-12 Certification Students – We need to know if Final Placement Request • All K-12 Certification Students – We need to know if you wish to have your 12 -week placement in Elementary or Secondary 71

Final Placement Request • Middle School Majors: – List the subject area in which Final Placement Request • Middle School Majors: – List the subject area in which you are receiving your certification (example: Middle School Math, Middle School Social Studies, Language Arts, etc. ) 72

Final Placement Request • Check Clinical Services website for district requirements. • If interested Final Placement Request • Check Clinical Services website for district requirements. • If interested in student teaching in Independence—list as first choice only 73

 • Student Teaching is a 16 -Week Assignment • Again, it may not • Student Teaching is a 16 -Week Assignment • Again, it may not be a “perfect” placement – It is not a life-long contract Our Priority: The placement will work for your certification 74

District Requirements • Check our Website for other district requirements such as: – – District Requirements • Check our Website for other district requirements such as: – – Resume’s Cover Letters Interviews Substitute Teaching Certificate 75

District Requirements • Some districts require all or part of the following: * – District Requirements • Some districts require all or part of the following: * – Transcripts – Personal Interviews – Health Exams – Substitute Teacher Certificate – Surveys • Those commitments must be met prior to placement. Any expenses are the responsibility of the Student Teacher. Check Our Website for Specifics The St. Louis area districts will require all five of these 76

Student Teacher Information Form • This form is your application and the “marketing tool” Student Teacher Information Form • This form is your application and the “marketing tool” that our office uses to assist with your placement. It must be typed. Be certain your response to each section is clear, concise, and thoughtful. • Check for and Correct all Spelling and Grammatical Errors!! • Have another person read your form and check for errors. 77

Information Form (Example) B. Skills and Characteristics C. Experiences D. Organizational memberships and/or activities Information Form (Example) B. Skills and Characteristics C. Experiences D. Organizational memberships and/or activities engaged in and honors earned Indicate special skills and personal qualities which will be of value to you as a teacher (music, crafts, sports, etc. ) Indicate past experiences that you think might contribute to your effectiveness as a teacher and aid you in working with children. Positions of responsibility held. Sunday School and Bible School teaching. Swimming lessons, little league coaching. Class and organizational offices held in high school and at the university. Other leadership positions held E. Pre-student teaching experiences (Field Experience observation/participation, teacher aide work, micro-teaching, whole-class teaching, etc. ) List approximate hours or number of times for each activity. Field experiences, PDS, lessons taught to students, substituting, tutoring 78

Authorization for Release of Information • Placement can not be processed without a completed Authorization for Release of Information • Placement can not be processed without a completed Authorization for Release of Information Form. • Check the box. 79

Clearance for Enrollment • You must be recommended by your Major Department in order Clearance for Enrollment • You must be recommended by your Major Department in order to student teach. • We generate this recommendation form through our office. – The Departmental Approval to Student Teach 80

Student Teaching Request Paperwork • Will be sent to the school districts no later Student Teaching Request Paperwork • Will be sent to the school districts no later than September 26 th. 81

Placement Letter Please read the entire letter as soon as you receive it and Placement Letter Please read the entire letter as soon as you receive it and follow its directions! 82

Background Check • Background Checks are good for 1 full year. • SCHOOL DISTRICTS Background Check • Background Checks are good for 1 full year. • SCHOOL DISTRICTS REQUIRE THAT BACKGROUND CHECKS BE CURRENT WHEN STUDENT TEACHING STARTS • You must have a current background check no later than November 15, 2016 83

Background Check • You must use 3 M/Cogent • You must first register with Background Check • You must use 3 M/Cogent • You must first register with Missouri Automated Criminal History (MACHS) www. machs. mo. gov • Use code 2300 • Call 1 -877 -862 -2425 for appointment • Cost is $44. 80 84

Background Check • Use code 2300 85 Background Check • Use code 2300 85

Background Check The Clinical Services & Certification Office does fingerprinting in 2170 Lovinger. Tuesdays Background Check The Clinical Services & Certification Office does fingerprinting in 2170 Lovinger. Tuesdays & Thursdays 8: 30 -12: 00 1: 00 -4: 00 86

Background Check • Location will be determined when appointment is set up. • Other Background Check • Location will be determined when appointment is set up. • Other sites include Sedalia, Sweet Springs, Lee’s Summit • For additional information go to www. ucmo. edu/cert and click on left tab: Fingerprinting/background check 87

Missouri Content Assessment • Must be taken prior to Student Teaching. – November 1 Missouri Content Assessment • Must be taken prior to Student Teaching. – November 1 for Spring Student Teaching – April 1 for Fall Student Teaching • Test Dates For your Major Area: Check http: //www. mo. nesinc. com/ 88

Missouri Content Assessments • You must take the Missouri Content Assessment(s) in order to Missouri Content Assessments • You must take the Missouri Content Assessment(s) in order to student teach. • You must pass the Missouri Content Assessment(s) before applying for certification. • If possible, take assessment at UCM. 89

Professional Organization Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA) Join online at http: //www. msta. org/join/ Professional Organization Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA) Join online at http: //www. msta. org/join/ Look for the large green button-middle of page “click here to join online” This will create an account that will affiliate you with the UCM local chapter NO COST – PROVIDES YOU WITH LIABILITY INSURANCE AS LONG AS YOU ARE A MEMBER.

Professional Organization Missouri National Education Association (MNEA) Join online for student membership at: http: Professional Organization Missouri National Education Association (MNEA) Join online for student membership at: http: //www. mnea. org/Missouri /College. Students. aspx This affiliates you with the state and national organization - for UMC affiliation contact Ruth Burkett at [email protected] edu NO COST – PROVIDES YOU WITH LIABILITY INSURANCE AS LONG AS YOU ARE A MEMBERAS LONG AS YOU ARE A

Missouri Educator Evaluation System (MEES) Clinical Experience Model For Teacher Preparation 92 Missouri Educator Evaluation System (MEES) Clinical Experience Model For Teacher Preparation 92

MEES Teacher Candidate Evaluation Forms üEvery university in Missouri with a Teacher Preparation Program MEES Teacher Candidate Evaluation Forms üEvery university in Missouri with a Teacher Preparation Program is required to use this model. 93

MEES is a Growth Model of Evaluation üWith MEES, a Teacher Candidate is evaluated MEES is a Growth Model of Evaluation üWith MEES, a Teacher Candidate is evaluated on: üIndividual Professional Growth üShowing Consistent Application and Demonstration of Mo. SPE Quality Indicators 94

MEES is a Growth Model of Evaluation MEES Presents a Change in Mentality for MEES is a Growth Model of Evaluation MEES Presents a Change in Mentality for Teacher Candidates: Previously: üTeacher Candidate had an “A” üThe “A” was Theirs’ to Lose With MEES: ü“ 0” is Where Every Starting Teacher Candidate Should Be üThe Goal for the Teacher Candidate should be Movement Toward Improvement 95

MEES is a Growth Model of Evaluation New Philosophy: üYou know the material—you now MEES is a Growth Model of Evaluation New Philosophy: üYou know the material—you now have to show you know how to teach it ü“ 0”—Why Give Points to Someone Being Where They’re Supposed to Begin With? 96

MEES Rubric üEmphasis is on the Transition from “Knowing to Doing” And. . . MEES Rubric üEmphasis is on the Transition from “Knowing to Doing” And. . . üFrom Teacher Candidate/Baseline into an Emerging Teacher 97

MEES üTeacher Candidates are Evaluated on 16 Targeted Indicators of the 36 Mo. SPE MEES üTeacher Candidates are Evaluated on 16 Targeted Indicators of the 36 Mo. SPE Quality Indicators üAll 9 Mo. SPE Standards are Addressed üThe 16 Targeted Indicators were Selected by Public School Teachers & Administrators üWhat School Districts expect Teacher Candidates to know and be able to do 98

MEES is a Growth Model of Evaluation üWith MEES, a Teacher Candidate is evaluated MEES is a Growth Model of Evaluation üWith MEES, a Teacher Candidate is evaluated on: üIndividual Professional Growth üShowing Consistent Application and Demonstration of Mo. SPE Quality Indicators 99

Formative Rating Scale 0 Teacher Candidate: 1 2 3 Emerging 1 Candidate: Emerging 2 Formative Rating Scale 0 Teacher Candidate: 1 2 3 Emerging 1 Candidate: Emerging 2 Candidate: Emerging 3 Candidate: Is Prepared Possesses Necessary Knowledge Skills may not show up in actual performance Applies and demonstrates skills Inconsistently Ground Level—This Some Professional is where you are Growth is displayed supposed to be starting Student Teaching Applies and demonstrates skills Consistently Consistent Meets all the Basic Professional Growth is Expectations of a displayed Beginning Teacher 100

MEES Formative Assessment Form üFour to Six Targeted Indicators should be Tracked During Each MEES Formative Assessment Form üFour to Six Targeted Indicators should be Tracked During Each Observation ü The Student Teacher is notified in Advance of Targeted Indicators to be Observed 101

MEES Formative Assessment Form If the University Supervisor Observes Quality Indicator Activity Other Than MEES Formative Assessment Form If the University Supervisor Observes Quality Indicator Activity Other Than What was Targeted for that Observation— üCan Score the Indicator If it is in the Positive. üIf Negative, Can Write a Concern, But Can Not Score. 102

MEES Summative Assessment Form By the End of the Semester: üAll 16 Quality Indicators MEES Summative Assessment Form By the End of the Semester: üAll 16 Quality Indicators Must Have Been Observed and Rated 103

Student Teaching Grade Final Student Teaching Grade is Determined by the University Supervisor üGrade Student Teaching Grade Final Student Teaching Grade is Determined by the University Supervisor üGrade Should Be Based on the Teacher Candidate’s Performance Level at the End of the Semester üGrade is not Necessarily Based on the Sum or Average of Quality Indicator Scores üNO Formula about how many 3’s or 2’s for an “A” or “B” Again, it’s how you finish! 104

Co-Teaching Training Dates ü Monday, December 12, 2016~UCM Campus ü 8: 30 & 1: Co-Teaching Training Dates ü Monday, December 12, 2016~UCM Campus ü 8: 30 & 1: 00 Sessions ü Tuesday, December 13, 2016~ Blue Springs School District Administrative Center ü 8: 30 & 1: 00 Sessions 105

Student Teacher Orientation Conference • Tuesday, January 10 th, 2017 – 9: 30 a. Student Teacher Orientation Conference • Tuesday, January 10 th, 2017 – 9: 30 a. m. – University Union 240 • All student teachers are required to attend the conference! 106

Starting Dates • Student Teaching begins the day that your Cooperating Teacher is contracted Starting Dates • Student Teaching begins the day that your Cooperating Teacher is contracted to return after the Holiday Break. 107

Miscellaneous Reminders • Email Addresses—We will use your UCM email address for both Graduate Miscellaneous Reminders • Email Addresses—We will use your UCM email address for both Graduate and Undergraduate students – Start Checking your UCM email regularly • At least once a week • Facebook & Social Media 108

Student Teaching Preliminary Meeting Fall 2016 OFFICE OF CLINICAL SERVICES & CERTIFICATION Lovinger Bldg. Student Teaching Preliminary Meeting Fall 2016 OFFICE OF CLINICAL SERVICES & CERTIFICATION Lovinger Bldg. 2170, UCM Warrensburg, MO 64093 Office: (660) 543 -4880 Fax: (660) 543 -8655 109