Our conceptual framework embraces three areas – Knowledge of, Dispositions Toward, and Performances related to the Learner, Pedagogy, and the Curriculum. It is our belief that the continually developing levels of proficiency or competency achieved by our Reflective Teacher Candidates with a Christian Worldview in the three areas are effectively demonstrated and continually measured and evaluated by the following ten (10) Reflective Teacher Candidate Proficiency Outcomes. Our ten proficiency outcomes are based on the college mission and vision statements, as well as the mission and vision statements of the Education Division. The Proficiency Outcomes are aligned with the INTASC Standards/ Georgia 2000, and NCATE Standard 1.
Reflective Teacher Candidate Proficiency Outcomes:
- understands and demonstrates knowledge of learner characteristics.
- develops lesson plans which use technology and a variety of instructional methods.
- demonstrates mastery of content.
- promotes creative and critical thinking.
- demonstrates proficiency in writing and expression.
- utilizes formal and informal methods and assessments.
- demonstrates an understanding of student diversity.
- promotes motivation and positive social interaction.
- reflects upon practice and continues to grow professionally.
- possesses a Christian disposition toward school, local, state, national, and of world values while reinforcing the dignity and worth of the individual.